ORGANIZATIONS SHARE THEIR STORIES

A picture is said to be worth a thousand words. In the case of an organization, stories act as powerful images. They reveal its personality, its audiences, the scope of its activities. They introduce us to the daily life of the organization, its challenges and its successes. Here are the stories of our partner organizations: there is no doubt they will make you feel connected to them as we are.

The Shield of Athena

The Shield of Athena is a non-profit organization for victims of family violence. We offer emergency shelter and professional services to women and their children. Its support, intervention and prevention services are culturally and linguistically adapted to meet the needs of many of Montreal’s major ethnocultural communities.

Windmill Microlending

The Windmill supports skilled immigrants and refugees continue their career in Canada through low-interest micro-loans. This with the intention of helping them achieve their career goals and use their skills and experience for the benefit of Canadian society.

Welcome Collective

Welcome Collective provides education, counselling and other support services and settlement assistance to asylum seekers, including basic items such as furniture and clothing, as well as information on local culture, transportation and social services.

Pour 3 points

Pour 3 Points trains sports coaches to also play a role as life coaches. They can help young people develop the skills they need to succeed in school and in life.

La Tablée des chefs

La Tablée des chefs, first and foremost, is the engine for social involvement of chefs, cooks and pastry makers in Québec. The organization mobilizes them around the recovery of edible surplus food, preparation of ready-to-eat meals for the benefit of food banks, and transmission of their knowledge to youth who are in difficulty or living in poverty.

United Way Kingston

Everywhere in Canada, United Way works locally for the creation of exceptional communities for all. Three strategies are preferred: improve living conditions, favour youth success, build strong and healthy communities.

United Way Greater Toronto

Everywhere in Canada, United Way works locally for the creation of exceptional communities for all. Three strategies are preferred: improve living conditions, favour youth success, build strong and healthy communities.

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