Parkinson Québec – English MISSION Parkinson Québec strives for excellence in research, advocacy, education and support services. In partnership with the 12 regional offices or organizations in Quebec, Parkinson Québec contributes in: educating people with Parkinson’s disease and giving them the tools they need for an active and productive life; Read more [...]
CHIP, the acronym for Communicaid for Hearing Impaired Persons, is the only non-profit registered charity serving the anglophone community affected by hearing loss in Quebec. This grassroots organization was built through the efforts of countless volunteers working thousands of hours over the last 40 years. Many of our team and board members Read more [...]
Since establishing their roots in Montreal during the 18th century, members of Montreal’s English-speaking Catholic community have dedicated themselves to offering care and compassion to those in need. This commitment gave birth to a host of educational, health and social service institutions. Through devotion to service and outreach to the broader Read more [...]
Saint Columba House is engaged in seeking justice through empowerment, education and social action, as a community ministry of the United Church of Canada in partnership with the Point Saint Charles Community. Through its engagement in the community of Point Saint Charles, Saint Columba House: Works for personal and collective empowerment Read more [...]
Phelps Aide Phelps Helps is a true grass-roots organization, founded in 2012 to expressly combat the unacceptably high drop-out rates in the Stanstead area of Quebec. The program has grown organically from a single high school tutoring program to one that includes assistance for Grades 3 and up in both Read more [...]
Blue Metropolis Foundation is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1997 that brings together people from different cultures to share the pleasure of reading and writing and encourages creativity and intercultural understanding. The Foundation produces an Annual Literary Festival of international calibre and offers a wide range of educational and social programs year-round, both in Read more [...]
Located in the heart of the historical English-speaking, Black community in Little Burgundy, Montreal, DESTA supports black youth aged 18 to 35 in reaching their educational, employability, and entrepreneurial goals through a holistic and individualized approach.
Gaspesian British Heritage Village is an 82-acre provincially-designated heritage site that preserves and promotes the history of the English-speaking community of the area and provides a gathering place for the community. The Village provides a forum for English-speakers to celebrate their collective identity and works to increase the visibility of Read more [...]
Centre Famille & Ressource A.D.D. / Family Resource Center offers a variety of services to enhance the lives of English-speaking children (ages 6-25) who have behavioral problems due to mental health issues and academic difficulties through Social Skills and Study Skills development programs. The Center also supports English-speaking families by Read more [...]
Loyola High School is a non-profit organization that has been serving Montreal’s English Catholic community for well over one hundred years. Loyola is a Jesuit, Catholic university-preparatory school that challenges its young men to become intellectually competent, open to growth, religious, loving and committed to doing justice. Loyola is committed to Read more [...]
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1819 René-Lévesque W.
Montreal, Quebec H3H 2P5
Phone: 514-868 9044
Fax: 514-868 9049