Regroupement Trisomie 21, based in Montreal is a local organization helping families with children with Down Syndrome. Visit their website to learn more about their incredible work!
The Miriam Foundation, based in Montreal is a local organization that does exceptional work helping families with children with autism. Please visit their website to learn more about their incredible work!
Light A Dream is an exceptional organization supporting young adults with autism and other intellectual disabilities with career training and vocational opportunities. Light A Dream, through the use of both classroom training and hands on experience in a variety of job placements, creates a safe and secure sense of community for the students, enhancing their self esteem, work, social and leadership skills.
CTV recently did a segment on the wonderful and important work of this special foundation!
CTV Montreal reports on Light a Dream, a West Island foundation that teaches job and life skills
Ronald Mcdonald House Montreal
The Ronald McDonald House Montreal is a temporary home away from home for out-of-town (more than 55 km) families of children with critical illnesses who must travel to Montreal for medical treatments. Our vision is to offer children the possibility of having their parents near them during their treatment or hospitalization. For $10 per night, families can access a warm and secure home where they can find comfort and support during this difficult and stressful time.
Logifem provides accommodation and support to women and children experiencing homelessness in Montreal. They have a primary residence where each woman has her own room, meals are provided and Intervention Workers are available 24 hours a day. They also have transitional apartments in the community where women, both with and without children, can stay for up to three years. They’ve been able to help thousands of women and children move on from incredibly difficult situations related to issues such as conjugal violence, mental health problems, financial difficulties, isolation and difficulties parenting.
When you support Logifem you are supporting a whole community.
Camp Emergo, is the first summer camp for autistic people in Québec, which was set up by parents of the Association des enfants autistiques du Québec (today, the Fédération québécoise de l’autisme). It’s mission is to offer respite services to families living with autistic people or people having pervasive developmental disorders by welcoming them in a safe and stimulating outdoor environment adapted to their needs, thus encouraging them to maintain and develop their capabilities. To learn more about the incredible work this organization does, visit the foundations website!
Code Life: The Montreal General Hospital Foundation’s Mission is to Provide Vital Support for Vital Care through Training, Technology and Research. Code Life is their pledge to protect, heal, extend, and save life by means of leading-edge medical research and care. The Montreal General Hospital (MGH), the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) and more broadly, within the McGill academic health network, work in close partnerships with donors and collaborators to raise awareness and foster excellence in vital care to all patients, present and future.
Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only free, anonymous and bilingual professional counselling, information and volunteer support service for young people. They are available 24/7 by phone, Live Chat, and the Always There chat app.
Rainbow Railroad was founded in 2006 to provide an additional solution to address the global refugee crisis, to which LGBTQI persons are uniquely vulnerable. Rainbow Railroad provides support to LGBTQI individuals
seeking safety with airfare and financial support that facilitates departure, travel, arrival and referral for settlement. Beyond direct financial assistance, Rainbow Railroad provides information, resources and advice for
SHARE THE WARMTH’S mission is to awaken hopes and dreams in the South-West of Montréal and Verdun community through excellence in programming that fosters the overall development and success of youth, increases access to food security and health for all, and offers work training programs. We are inspired by a vision of a vibrant community where all members reach their full potential and achieve their dreams. We promote member involvement in all aspects of the organization and innovative and efficient use of our resources, especially the building in which we offer our programs. Our mission is lived out in schools, with youth and in the community by providing food, school supplies, scholarships and tutoring, music for youth, a food bank, a fruit and vegetable market, a community Boutique and lunches, work and volunteering programs and more. At our core is the belief that together, we can fight hunger and poverty.
There values are generosity and reciprocity, accountability and responsibility, creativity, openness, inclusion and respect.
The Old Brewery Mission is an incredible organization based here in Montreal that is trying to end homelessness! Some frightening statistics you may not know according to The Old Brewery Mission
RAVEN’s vision is a country that embraces the ancestral laws of Indigenous Peoples and their equitable access to the justice system within a thriving natural habitat. Their mission is to raise legal defence funds to assist First Nations who enforce their rights and title to protect their traditional territories. The environmental challenges that face many First Nations in Canada are really challenges for the entire world. Fundamentally, we believe these are issues of human rights and climate change – we are seeking environmental justice for all.
The Montreal Heart Institute Foundation supports one of Montreal’s most prescious resources, The Montreal Heart Institute. This hospital is specialized and dedicated to the development of cardiology, and is affiliated with the Université de Montréal. The hospital is a provincial, national, and international leader in healthcare, prevention, research and teaching in the area of cardiovascular disease.
Welcome Hall Mission founded in 1892 provides support to the homeless, young single mothers, families and at-risk youth. Their mulititude of programs transform the lives of struggling Montrealers every day, providing them with nourishing meals, education, employment classes, recovery, and community. Supporting Welcome Mission Hall helps them to lend a hand to anyone that needs it!