Our community partners in Quebec
Give parents respite and offer activities to consolidate the development of various parenting skills and the learning of Quebec sign language. Facilitate entry into employment for young adolescents living with deafness.
Support the most vulnerable children and families by providing an environment for socializing in French.
Support for emerging projects by young people aged between 16 and 35 in situations of social and economic insecurity.
Support the leadership team for activities for parents with children aged 6 to 11.
Enhance the parenting experience and the role of parent educators by developing culinary skills transferable to the home to promote healthy, economical eating.
Support homework program and circus activities for local elementary school children aged 4 to 12.
Support the Foundation's mission of providing access to education and culture, in this case for less privileged families.
Support for the Enfance-Jeunesse program for young people aged 7 to 17 who have a relative with a mental illness.
Support to consolidate respite services for parents of children with physical and/or intellectual disabilities.
Provide in-home respite for more vulnerable families and support for parents in developing their parenting skills.
Offer respite to parents, support the welcome and inclusion of immigrant families and promote access to leisure activities for families.
Offer support to mothers and children in situations of post-separation domestic violence, to help them in their new beginning and new reality. (Shelter and post-shelter).
Support youth intervention service for mothers and children who are victims of domestic violence.
Offer activities to provide girls aged 12-19 with tools to help develop their full potential, capacity for resilience, awareness of social responsibilities, while strengthening their self-esteem by acquiring healthy lifestyle habits.
Support economically vulnerable families aged 16 to 30 to promote equal opportunities for their children.
Projet de production maraîchère redistribuée auprès des organismes en sécurité alimentaire.
Allow neighborhood families access to recreation and respite, valuing the role of parents.
Maintain the presence of a youth street worker, offer prevention activities in youth settings and provide a safe, warm, tolerant and respectful place to welcome young people living in a situation of homelessness or at risk of being homeless.
Develop and consolidate good practices for effective interventions to better support the needs of parents and children. Accompany and support families through food assistance and drop-in daycare activities.
Activities for parents and their children to promote overall child development and enrich the parenting experience.
Prevention workshops (pregnancy, sexuality, contraception) for young people aged 12-17 from more disadvantaged backgrounds.
Through the housing component, provide help for young people who have broken away from their community, are at risk of being homeless or who are homeless.
Provide support for a participatory artistic project allowing young people aged 12 to 17 to develop their creativity in engaging in a multidisciplinary collective work that examines their mental health with kindness and positivity.
Provide a living environment to break the isolation of young people and create an environment of belonging and meaningful ties.
Assist young people aged 12 to 25 at risk of homelessness and support them by creating meaningful relationships.
Develop an intersectional youth approach through a project aiming to promote young girls’ and young people’s participation in creative undertakings, supporting them in carrying out social action projects.
Support for young people aged 18 to 25 to ensure the development of their potential and their autonomy so they can integrate into society and function without supervision.
Support for young people aged 12 to 17 and their families experiencing personal, academic and/or family difficulties, providing housing and complementary services.
Support families and young people experiencing the effects of food insecurity, and/or social and economic exclusion by offering them various activities related to food security.
Charlevoix - Côte de Beaupré region
Support for young people aged 8 to 17 to develop their self-esteem by using circus arts and community work as a tool for social intervention.
Offer a week of specialized day camp and music workshops for young people who have a loved one living with a mental health problem.
Offer activities and support to parents to develop their parenting skills and foster the parent/child relationship, stimulate children’s development and break isolation.
Provide a dynamic living environment that meets the needs of young people and equip them to develop their personal and social skills
Offer drop-in daycare to parents allowing them respite and to access to support of qualified educators to promote children’s overall development and socialization.
Equip families and their children aged 0-12 through activities promoting food security and healthy eating (collective gardens and kitchens).
Activities (training and reflection tools) to increase parenting skills and support young parents aged 14 to 24 in their life project.
Food education for young people aged 5 to 17 in Centre-Sud encouraging the development of a healthy relationship with food and aimed at strengthening the food security of their families.
Parent(s)-child(ren) dyad activity program, culinary workshops and informal gathering place allowing families to discuss topics related to parenthood, and children to benefit from specialized and creative workshops.
Empower families living in poverty by promoting initiatives proposed by young people and parents, involving them at every stage.
Intervention program and activities intended for economically vulnerable mothers and/or newcomers to Quebec as well as their preschool children.
Support for young people aged 15 to 25 in order to develop and enhance their talents and skills to make them engaged and responsible citizens in their community.
Support youth center in schools for children aged 9 to 12 with learning difficulties.
Develop the father-child(ren) bond, parenting skills and sense of belonging through a camping trip and strengthen the participation of those living in a context of vulnerability through fall and winter camps.
Support for the development and consolidation of activities related to spreading the spirit of mutual aid among young people aged 12 to 17.
Support for young people aged 12-17 in difficulty and/or homeless in order to facilitate access to community and health services.
Support all methods of intervention within the organization in order to improve support for families at risk in the North Montreal community.
Support the drop-in daycare service by offering parents respite, preventing exhaustion, neglect, and mistreatment. Develop successful strategies for the child and the entire family.
Stays at the P'tit Bonheur summer camp in Sablon for several MTL youth organizations funded by the Fondation.
Supporting artistic projects for young people aged 6 to 12 as a springboard for integrating positively with their environment.
Offer activities to develop skills and strengthen parenting skills to facilitate a more harmonious integration of families into the host community.
Clubs for 4 to 12 year olds with support, family follow-up and varied educational activities, ranging from art, social circus and parent-child cooking workshops.
Support the organization of a collective initiative by a group of immigrant women that will lead to the organization of a public conversation and the creation of awareness tools to distribute to educational institutions.
Respite offered to vulnerable families and activities allowing the full development of children.
Mobilize mothers and their allies throughout Quebec and the rest of Canada around the climate emergency and the protection of children and protect the earth.
Inspirational Box Project offering meal boxes twice a month to families to promote the empowerment of single-parent women by developing their culinary abilities and knowledge, their aptitudes and their parenting skills.
Reaching isolated immigrant families and supporting them in the perinatal period. Through home visits, marraines Relevailles (godmothers) forge a special bond with the families and support them in various spheres of life.
Through street work, offer activities and psychosocial support to socially marginalized young people aged 12 to 25 in the Mercier Ouest district.
Post-housing follow-up to ensure continuity of services for young people aged 16-25 in difficulty and/or homeless.
Provide respite for vulnerable families in a family camp that promotes parent-child bonds and breaks isolation.
Workshops, activities and home visits for young mothers during and after pregnancy to provide the support they need.
Our community partners in Mongolia
Offer support services to child victims of sexual abuse to reduce the psychological and health consequences, while promoting empowerment through developing self-confidence.
To provide foster care services to children aged 0 to 18 who have lost either one or both parents, are abandoned and the victims of violence, to provide for their psychological development.
Offer a daycare service where children have the opportunity to participate in various development activities and have access to food and education.
Provide support for the socialization and development of vulnerable children aged 7 to 15 through arts activities, life skills training and social services.
Provide safe accommodation and psychological support to girls aged 2 to 18 who are victims of sexual abuse, who have been abandoned and are at high risk of violence. The objective is to help them continue their development.
Protect and strengthen the social capacities of vulnerable children and young people living in difficult conditions in the Tolgoit region and encourage their participation in activities that take place in their community.
Provide emergency temporary accommodation and food support to children and their mothers who are victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse.
Provide psychological and social support to children aged 12 to 16 in order to teach them how to protect themselves and others from violence by offering them support psychologically and in terms of daily life.
My Family Care Center
To provide foster care services for abandoned and disabled children, whether orphans or semi-orphans, ensuring their safety and development.
Association of Parents with Differently able Children
Offer training to parents with children with disabilities to make them aware of their rights and existing government programs.
Support the development of children with special needs through several programs, including home-based services, counseling and classroom services. Children from remote areas and low-income families benefit from home-based learning activities.
Empowering young people and teenage mothers through prevention and rehabilitation programs. Support includes education on sexual and reproductive health and rights for 14-18 year-olds, and rehabilitation and empowerment for teenage mothers.
Our philanthropic partners