Recruiting organizations in alphabetical order

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  • E-mentoring for students aged 14 to 30 to help them choose a career and to persevere with their studies.

  • Center for homeless persons or those at risk of homelessness, helping them with their essential needs and the search for well-being and a better quality of life.

  • Acouphènes Québec est un organisme d'entraide pour les personnes souffrant d'acouphènes.
    Offrir un service d'accueil aux personnes souffrant d'acouphènes
    Promouvoir la recherche sur les acouphènes, promouvoir la prévention (écoles, milieu de travail, conférences.)
    Intégrer les...

  • Community center offering a variety of activities and services in order to promote the interests and the well-being of the downtown Montreal elderly.

  • ADAMA est une association qui vise également à supporter les différents clubs d'arts martiaux qui veulent inclure des personnes avec un TSA, une DI ou une limitation physique, en offrant conseil et soutien dans leurs démarches. ADAMA s'engage à former leurs entraîneurs, les outiller et les...

  • Défendre les droits des personnes aînées dans tous les domaines et améliorer leur qualité de vie.

  • Support services helping immigrant women integrate into Quebec society.

  • Employment, immigration, school and social services to help people fulfill their potential and to promote community growth and vitality.

  • AIM CROIT est un organisme à but non lucratif qui offre gratuitement des services spécialisés d'intégration professionnelle aux résidents de Montréal ayant une limitation physique, sensorielle ou neurologique.

  • Community centre serving English-speaking seniors in East End Montreal.

  • No-kill shelter dedicated to the welfare of abused and abandoned animals.

  • Using art and technology to educate youth about democracy.

  • Activités et services offerts par des bénévoles afin d'améliorer la qualité de vie des personnes âgées et handicapées physiques vivant dans leur propre domicile.

  • Shelter for women in difficulty who are in temporary need of a warm and understanding welcome allowing them to find new energy, rebuild hope and confidence, and find their way in life.

  • Défense des droits des grands-parents et des aînés et aide aux grands-parents en difficultés, en les accompagnant dans leur cheminement.

  • Promotion of the practice of sports activities by visually impaired persons.

  • Intervention with youth from 6 to 18 years old in the Montreal Ville-Marie borough in order to prevent delinquency and other social issues.

  • Lutter contre la pauvreté par la solidarité alimentaire | Proposer logement abordable | Promouvoir autonomie individuelle et collective | Favoriser partage de savoirs | Pratiquer l'écologie sociale et gestion participative

  • Promouvoir des solutions écologiques et des stratégies les moins toxiques pour préserver notre environnement pour les générations futures.Sensibiliser la population à l’égard des hypersensibilités environnementales et des moyens de minimiser les expositions aux substances reconnues ou présumées...

  • Support to people with mobility impairments, including severe ones, through facilitating their participation in sailing activities, in order to increase their quality of life and community involvement.

  • The Quebec Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists (QASLPA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to protect the rights and interests of its members who are either speech language pathologists or audiologists.

  • Support to people with aphasia through a variety of bilingual activities and services.

  • Preservation and promotion of diversity and freedom of expression by exploring new types of relationships between artists and the community.

  • Center for multicultural families of the Côte-des-Neiges district encouraging cooperation and mutual assistance, exchange and a feeling of belonging in their environment.

  • Residences, group homes, foster homes, etc., for English-speaking children and adolescents up to 18 years of age and their families, mainly referred by youth court or social services.