When you show up this weekend to the N4N Food Drive you will have the chance to win $1,000 to donate to one of these West Island Charities.
The Desjardins Mobile Branch Bus will be on site at both Saturday, November 19, at Beaconsfield Arena and Sunday, November 20, at Marche de l’Ouest from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Join us and get your chance to win!!
Action-Jeunesse de l’Ouest-de-l’Île (AJOI) – Street workers offer on-the-spot intervention services for teens in trouble. The workers encourage teenagers to discover and develop alternatives to the streets and provide them with the opportunity to speak about their needs.
Cloverdale Multi-Ressources Family Centre encourages children and families from the Coverdale area and its surroundings who often live in difficult conditions to get involved with each other, to improve and maintain their well-being through various services such as animation, prevention, education and entertainment.
Literacy Unlimited is dedicated to empowering adults through improved literacy. Literacy Unlimited recruits, trains, and supports volunteers from the community to deliver programs to help learners to reach their personal, educational and employment goals.
On Rock Community Services offers a food bank, a school lunch service and a community diner to families in need.
Venturing Out Beyond Our Cancer (VOBOC) is dedicated to easing the cancer journey for adolescents and young adults undergoing cancer treatment by granting special requests.
West Island Assistance Fund dispenses food and clothing to families in need and offers free summer camp experience for under-privileged children living in the West Island.
West Island CALACS offers help to women who have been the victims of sexual assault, as well as programs for the prevention of sexual assault. CALACS is the only service in the West Island to offer these services to women 14 years and older.
West Island Mission provides food assistance and a popular “Back to School Backpack” program for the less fortunate living in the West Island of Montreal.
West Island Women’ Centre improve the quality of life of women on the West Island by offering them self-help activities, encouraging them to develop their potential, and raising community awareness of the problems experienced by women
WIAIH and the Pat Roberts Developmental Centre Improve the quality of life of West Islanders with autism or with intellectual disabilities, facilitate their social integration by providing leadership and a variety of services, support their families, and raise awareness to modify the public perception of people with intellectual disabilities.