Recruiting organizations in alphabetical order

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y
  • Long-term nursing homes for residents who have suffered strokes or are victims of Alzeimer's disease or diabetes. Three locations: Westmount, NDG and downtown.

  • Community hospital, affiliated to McGill University, serving a multicultural population.

  • To provide front-line services, including meals, shower facilities,clothing, emergency food and information & referral. In addition we provide individual crisis intervention , assistance with CV's,job search, housing search, access to medical professionals as well as social workers, lawyers,...

  • The Teapot 50+ Centre is a not-for-profit multi-resource centre for people fifty years and older. The Teapot invites the 50+ community to gather together for social, educational, and physical activities. The Teapot also provides support services in Lachine to keep seniors living independently...

  • Telephone listening centre offering a free, anonymous and confidential service to people who need to confide in someone, to talk about their problems, or who are living in difficult times.

  • Éducation populaire et soutien des organismes bénévoles dans le domaine des communications et de la production de documents.

  • Dedicated to the performances of English & French pieces which explore the tension between the individual and the collective experience, how everyday acts of kindness and cruelty are reflected in the larger political and social context of our society.

  • Promotion of opera to the general public, young and adult, and support to young singers.

  • Organisme venant en aide aux jeunes qui éprouvent des difficultés sur le plan scolaire, familial ou social en les accueillant et en leur offrant des activités éducatives, récréatives et du soutien.

  • Troupe de théâtre visant à favoriser et à promouvoir le développement de l’intégration sociale de personnes déficientes intellectuelles ou ayant des troubles du spectre de l'autisme.

  • Educational, cultural, social, and recreational programs for a multi-cultural community, aimed at empowering the people served.

  • Services et activités, en partenariat avec les centres de réadaptation et le CLSC, afin de contribuer à l'épanouissement et à l'intégration des personnes vivant avec une déficience intellectuelle.

  • Apporter aide et soutien aux jeunes mères, valoriser l'expérience des femmes plus âgées, favoriser le contact entre générations.

  • The goal of the centre is to build and share expertise concerning the most viable approaches to sustainable urban development and how they may best be implemented in our neighbourhoods and city.

  • Canada's first volunteer bureau, offering Montrealers countless opportunities for volunteering in response to requests from almost a thousand community organizations.

  • Department of the Volunteer Bureau of Montreal offering support services to a network of close to a hundred Meals-on-Wheels groups and Lunch Clubs for seniors in the Montreal area.

  • We work with individuals and communities across Montreal to help the most vulnerable newly arrived asylum seekers gather the essential items they need to live and to integrate into their new homes.

  • Rehabilitation centre for persons living with intellectual disabilities and/or developmental disorders.

  • Through our action, we help people adopt healthy lifestyle habits, grow and have a greater sense of belonging to their community. We help build healthy and vibrant neighbourhoods, where different generations engage, respect and spend time with each other, and where everyone is welcomed, whatever...

  • Services and activities to enhance the lives of people with an intellectual disability or autism, sensitize the community, develop innovative approaches and provide support to families.

  • Educational and vocational training, information, counselling and referral services in order to help women help themselves.

  • To empower young people to initiate and engage in community and creative projects that promote social inclusion, combat urban isolation across all generations, and spark positive societal change.

  • East End Montreal branch of the YMCAs of Québec.

  • Through our action, we help people adopt healthy lifestyle habits, grow and have a greater sense of belonging to their community. We help build healthy and vibrant neighbourhoods, where different generations engage, respect and spend time with each other, and where everyone is welcomed, whatever...

  • Promotion of the well-being of individuals, families, and communities through the development of spirit, mind, and body.