“How to use website NDG.CA to promote your organization and your activities in NDG community”
This part of our strategies and actions is about helping non-profit organizations, community groups (tables, committees, coalitions) and other institutions, exchanging and sharing information between local stakeholders, and to provide partners with ability to share their information and resources. Our goal: to create a useful, functional online community space for residents, groups and official organizations


NDG Community Calendar
used to share any activities (Events, AGMs, Job offers, volunteer requests, funding announcements etc.) in NDG community calendar.

Who can use this tool: Non-profit organizations, community groups, tables, committees, coalitions, business members of NDG Community Council.

Purpose: it will help organizations to publish and coordinate their events. Community groups can consult which date to choose when they are planning the time and date of an event.
All information from Calendar will share in our weekly newsletter.
used to promote your events, job offers and other activities.

Who can use this tool: Non-profit organizations, community groups, tables, committees, coalitions.

Purpose: we will help you make your announcements public for NDG residents, promote your events, job offers and another type of activities.

You can place your announcements, events, job offers on the Community Calendar; then we will share them in our weekly newsletter with NDG residents and partners.

"What's happening in NDG!" 
The newsletter is an initiative based on recommendations at a Round Table Meeting. The letter started informally in December 2005, and was sent out occasionally as needed. Since then, it has developed into a weekly newsletter with about 50 issues per year. We send it every Websday.

The NDG Community Council e-letter “What’s happening in NDG” is a tool for community organizations to reach out to the community-at-large.Currently, the e-letter reaches more than 1 500 NDGers and those who work or serve in NDG: NDG Council members (individuals and organizations), community organizations, schools, institutes, political representatives, funders and government representatives, media (French and English), and numerous individuals.

Submissions for the Newsletter We strongly encourage organizations to share the e-letter with their members. However, due to rising demand and an increase in the information to include, putting out the e-letter is becoming a challenge. We are counting on organizations to help us continue this work!

Feedback The feedback we have received from people encourages us to continue this work while always exploring ways to improve the e-letter. If you want to give us your comments, please send us an e-mail at or call (514) 484-1741.
Online Resource Center NDG
used to enter your information in our database that will be used in the resource center, strategic and action plans, etc. The online resource center remains an important tool that is available to all community organizations and residents. It includes resources divided by subject or by issue, each includes useful links and frequently asked questions.
Online Resource Center NDG
This group was created by the NDG Community Council. The Council and community partners could share activities and information with residents of NDG. What can be posted: This group is a collection of NDG Community Services, News, Activities, Events, etc. Who can post: We invite NDG community organisations, community groups, residents, institutions and businesses to share posts about services or activities in the neighborhood.


We invite you to collaborate with the Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Community Council by completing your information on the site in order to make it a useful, dynamic and strong source of information for our community.
Special page for AMGs in NDG
Who can use this tool: Non-profit organizations located in NDG.

Purpose: to publish your AGM in public place

Instructions: To announce your AGM, please submit information in NDG Community Calendar under the Category AGM/AGA
Who can use this tool: NDG Community council organizational members.

Purpose: this page is used to collect information about requirements in volunteers and useful links about volunteering

Instructions: To post your information on that page, you must contact to
Local tables in NDG
Who can use: Tables & Committees & Coalitions

Purpose: create a web page for each table, committees, and coalitions in NDG.

Who to contact: Follow the link to see examples
NDG Organisational members
Who can use: Not-profit organisations with active membership

Purpose: NDG Community Council creates a place for each of our organizational members to share their information (mission, services, contacts, etc.) as a one-page website

Who to contact:
Follow the link to see examples


NDG Community Council wants to present  the programs and services for the community organisations to help them in their mission.This resource guide collects the information about funding programs, training and consulting and technical support services for non-profit organisations.
Fundung resources for NPO
Centraide supports community agencies in the neighbourhoods and districts of Laval, Montreal Island and the South Shore in order to help people in a situation of poverty and social exclusion

COCo - Website

COCo’s mission is to promote social justice, active citizenship, democracy, and just socio-economic development by supporting the development of healthy organizations and strong communities through education.

Toward this end, COCo is a provincial, non-profit organization that works primarily with English-speaking, bilingual, and ethnocultural organizations to develop organizational health and promote community sector development through: organizational development and leadership training, information dissemination, social analysis, research, and by strengthening links between organizations and sectors.

Comité d'économie sociale de l'île de Montréal (CÉSÎM)
De concert avec nos partenaires, nous travaillons au développement, à la consolidation et à la pérennité des entreprises sociales.
Nous soutenons aussi le réseautage des entreprises.
Notre principale préoccupation est d'assurer que les entreprises qui ont choisi l'entrepreneuriat collectif comme mode de développement aient accès à une variété d'outils et à une continuité de services qui accompagnent leur développement économique et soutiennent leur mission sociale.
TechSoup Website  

connecting your nonprofit, charity, or public library with tech products and services, plus learning resources to make informed decisions about technology. Our free resources are available to all users  from partners like Microsoft, Adobe, Cisco, Intuit, and Symantec




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