To self-manage a collective property firmly rooted in our neighborhood's popular history; to create a hub of services, as well as artistic, cultural, social and political activities that adequately respond to the needs and desires expressed by the local population; to ensure the accessibility of the site to one and all, with a strong and affirmed bias in favour of marginalized and impoverished populations.
Saint-Antoine 50+ Community Centre is a non-profit social service organization that offers diverse programs and services to all seniors, as well as other adults, in the community. We strive to enhance the quality of life of individuals and community of Little Burgundy, Saint-Henri, Pointe-Saint-Charles, Verdun and LaSalle. We strive to foster friendships and create opportunities for members to share with and learn from people coping with similar life experiences.
Using a variety of skills, you will support computer literacy classes for seniors, animate games, interact in conversations, and assist during special events.
Working in groups you will participate in a variety of activities such as organizing donations for children living below the poverty line, sorting food donations for weekly food baskets, reorganizing spaces to support afterschool programs and employment insertion programs, and cooking and preparing hot breakfasts and lunches for school children.
To awaken hopes and dreams in the community through excellence in programming that fosters the overall development and success of youth, increases access to food security and health for all and offers work training programs.
Working collectively, you will be sorting food donations for weekly food baskets.
Established in 1892, Welcome Hall Mission has become the largest doorway to help for Montrealers in need. Many programs are available to support the homeless, young single mothers, families and at-risk youth. Providing hope through concrete actions and effective solutions.
Put your handy skills to the test. As a team you will help with maintenance of Camp Kinkora, from painting and scraping to light carpentry.
Camp Kinkora has been in existence since 1926 making it one of the oldest and most respected camps in Canada. While our facilities are the same throughout the year, the spirit of the camp grows from a collection of adventures, imaginations, experiences, and communities that venture her grounds year round. As such, we strive to maintain a values-based mission and identity to help foster community and growth for all ages, and we work hard with our partners and clients to foster these values in all that we do.
Travel, accomodation and food for participants is provided in part for the George and Helen Coward Endowment.