Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Montreal (#32870)

Wheel chair accessible
Matching responsible volunteers with children needing role models.
Register for our at-home clothing collection and stay informed of our next pick-up date in your area (Greater Montreal, South Shore and North Shore). By registering for our at-home clothing collection, you will be informed of our upcoming pick-up dates in your area 2 weeks before each visit. Clothes, books and toys collected help raise funds to support our mentoring programs. | Place of work: à domicile | Volunteers required: 20
Anglais | Bilingue (F/A) | Français
Group activities | Fundraising | Manual work
Length of commitment: 
Four times a year.
Samira Atmane, Adjointe administrative /
Place of work: 
à domicile
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This organization's needs

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