Recruiting organizations in alphabetical order

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  • Training, support and resource centre for volunteers working with youth or preparing to do so.

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

  • Community support centre for people aged 50 and over of the Plateau-Mont-Royal territory.

  • 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.

  • Support services helping immigrant women integrate into Quebec society.

  • International non-profit organization dedicated to global understanding and community involvement through international programs for youth and for adults.

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

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

  • Works with women artisans in developing countries to develop their leadership and entrepreneurship skills to generate sustainable revenues for themselves and their families, and create positive change in their lives and communities.

  • 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.

  • Individual, group and community leisure activities for the 150 elderly and/or disabled inhabitants of the centre.

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

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

  • 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.

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

  • L'Association québécoise Plaidoyer-Victimes (AQPV) est une organisation provinciale, à but non lucratif, qui a pour mission de promouvoir et de défendre les droits et les intérêts des victimes d'actes criminels. Elle compte environ 200 membres associatifs et individuels issus de différents...

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

  • Lutter contre la pauvreté, la désaffiliation sociale et le mal de vivre des jeunes sans-abri.

  • Shelter for women who are in difficulty and/or homeless; services include short-term accommodation, individual support, crisis intervention, information and referral services, accompaniment during recovery, group activities, etc.

  • Shelter for mothers and children who are victims of conjugal violence, offering services in several languages.