Any not-for-profit organisation active in the Territory may be an Organisational Member. Annually, each Organisational Member shall appoint one delegate and an alternate. These appointees shall represent their Organisation at meetings of members and may be elected to the Board of Directors as representatives of the Organisational Member category. These appointees have the voting right at our annual general meeting or at special annual meetings
L'Association coopérative d’économie familiale (ACEF) du Sud-Ouest de Montréal is a non-profit community organization that works to defend the rights of the citizens in the area of consumption. ACEF provides tools and activities to citizens and citizens to enable them:
To find a solution to their debt situation;
- Better assess their consumption choices;
- Acquiring better habits in budget planning;
- To reflect on the consumer society, to avoid the pitfalls and consider a new angle;
- To engage in the defense of their individual and collective rights
Integration with a human face
Bienvenue à Notre-Dame-de-Grâce is a non-profit organization dedicated to facilitating the integration of immigrants (newly arrived or other) in the community of Notre-Dame-De-Grâce and the host society as well as promoting intercultural relations.
New address: 2180 Belgrave, Montréal H4A 2L8
Find out more about us and visit our new website https://www.bienvenuendg.org/
The Carrefour Jeunesse Emploi NDG is a community organization with its very own independent Board of Directors composed of different dynamic local partners. This composition helps us coordinate our efforts according to the realities and needs of the neighborhood we cover. The strong presence of young people on our board is one of the reasons why our implication helps this targeted clientele succeed in their drive towards their socio-professional integration. The diversified expertise at the CJE NDG ( employment services, return to school coaching , career and academic search, entrepreneurship) provides not just a meeting place for the youth but also an opportunity for them to improve their self confidence and other personal traits. This diversified expertise, along with the managerial independence of the organization, explains why we can provide accessible services that are customized to the numerous needs of our milieu. Our goal is to help neighborhood young adults in their socio- professional integration.
The Cheap Art Collective is a resident-led, volunteer-run collective located in St. Raymond’s and the greater Notre-Dame-de-Grace neighbourhood in Montreal, seeking to create affordable, accessible space for culture-making in our community.
The Collective is inspired by the international Art Hive model that links art studios across the globe that aim to “create multiple opportunities for dialogue, skill sharing, and art making between people of differing socio-economic backgrounds, ages, cultures and abilities.”
Clean Sweep is a social economy domestic aid enterprise accredited by the Quebec government and CAA Habitation. Since 1999, this nonprofit organization provides domestic help for persons 18 years of age and older and works closely with its Centre for Health and Social Services.The services offered by Coup de balai are professional, effective and efficient, which implies a guarantee of quality for all our customers.\ Employees are trained by Coup de balai at the beginning of their employment and attend training sessions aimed at increasing their skills and practices. Coup de Balai is a reputable company and has a written policy to ensure the security and confidentiality of its customers. Clients of the organization are, for domestic aid services, subsidized by the Health Insurance Board (RAMQ). Coup de balai offers its services in the following neighborhoods: Montreal West, Cote-St-Luc, Snowdon West, Notre-Dame-de-Grace and Hampstead
5465 Chemin Queen Mary, Bureau 430, Montreal, Quebec, H3X 1V5
Founded in 1988, the Fondation de la Visite is a non-profit organization whose mission is to prevent child neglect and abuse, through the Foundation’s presence among families with newborn babies.
Their services are active in six neighbourhoods of Montreal: Montréal-Nord, Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Côte Saint-Luc / Hampstead, Bordeaux-Cartierville, Lachine / St-Pierre / Dorval.
The Fraser-Hickson Institute, a registered non-profit organization, was established in 1870 according to Hugh Fraser’s will, as a free library, museum and gallery. It opened its doors in 1885 as one of Montreal’s first libraries and for more than 70 years operated out of a building known as Burnside Hall at the corner of University and René-Levesque.
Since 1970, Head & Hands has been committed to the physical and mental health of our community’s youth. Today, we offer a number of medical, social, and legal services including:
Information and referrals, Medical clinics and special HIV testing clinics, The Sense Project sex education program Legal assistance, accompaniment, and lawyer consultations, Social counseling with couples, families, and individuals, The young parents program, The Jeunesse 2000 youth drop-in centre, Tutoring, Our emergency food pantry, Workshops on legal rights, safer drug use, babysitting and other social topics such as self-esteem, body-image, and boundaries
We are a Christian community, seeking to be a haven of hope, hospitality and healing for our neighbourhood and the world beyond. We hope for a transformed world in which justice will roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream. ‘From our past will come our future; what it holds a mystery, unrevealed until its season, something God alone can see.’
We seek to share in the healing of the planet, to share its resources, and conserve it for future generations. We seek to work as partners with our neighbours to build communal health.
The mission at L’Abri en Ville: is to provide a stable and fulfilling environment for persons diagnosed with major mental illness through safe, affordable housing and inclusion in a community that supports their social, material and spiritual needs.
We believe in a society in which persons with mental illness can be full, contributing members. We extend support to others interested in adopting the L’Abri en Ville model.
Approach : The purpose at L’Abri en Ville is to provide stable homes and authentic community for adults diagnosed with a major mental illness.L’Abri has a spirit that becomes evident to everyone who comes aboard—a spirit of community.
Complexe de santé Reine-Élizabeth, 650-2100, rue Marlowe, Montréal, QC., H4A 3L5
Located in the heart of NDG, this not-for-profit organization, partially funded by the Accès-Logis program and the CIUSSS de Montréal Centre Ouest, offers 15 accessible, adapted and affordable housing units to adults, age 18 to 55, living with physical disabilities.
Montreal Wado Ryu Karate association, a non profit organization, provides all activities at Dojo Studio.
Dojo Studio is a martial arts studio, fitness facility and community resource for all persons wishing to perfect their pursuit in health, wellness and fitness or for the fitness beginner wanting to discover new forms of fitness. Located in the heart of N.D.G., Montreal, Dojo offers a wide range of martial arts and fitness classes daily, including karate, kickboxing, yoga, body design, boot camp style drills and hip hop dance art form. Our instructors each come with their unique teaching method and approach to the fitness art form(s) that they teach. Dojo’s philosophy is to promote the concepts of health and wellness through fitness activities that emphasize mind, body and spirit.
The NDG Food Depot is a community-based non-profit organization that works collaboratively with other community partners to address issues of food security in NDG and the surrounding areas. The NDG Food Depot strives to eliminate hunger in a manner that ensures dignity, community engagement and the development of human potential. We have been serving NDG and the surrounding Montreal boroughs since 1986 and have been an independent charitable organization since 2003.
Our objectives are to reduce the hardship of living in poverty by:
Improving food security for people with insufficient income.
Increasing access to healthy food.
Alleviating social isolation and fostering social integration of all community member.
Educating the public at large about issues of poverty and hunger.
NDG Senior Citizens’ Council (NDGSCC) is a nonprofit community organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of low-income adults (50+) by encouraging mutual aid and civic engagement. Since 1974, the NDGSCC has brought together people who are concerned with providing a better quality of life for older residents of N.D.G. and Montreal West. The NDGSCC is to open to engaging all individuals to the extent of their abilities.
Lives are transformed and people discover an infinite number of ways to give back. We are here for people in search of community and compassion.
The New Hope Senior Citizen’s Centre’s mandate is to provide seniors with accessibility to community life and to help fight against and alleviate isolation amongst seniors in the NDG community. Since 1979, our dynamic community centre has been providing a healthy space where members, 50 years and over, can gather for recreation and social activities, have lunch together, stimulate their intellects, pursue their interests and do volunteer work.
New Hope Senior Citizens’ Centre - 6225 Godfrey Avenue,Montreal, QC H4B 1K3
Prevention CDN/NDG is a community organization established in 1988 in the Côte-des-Neiges and Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough. The main objective of the organization is to improve the quality of life of residents by offering them resources and tips on crime prevention, home security, graffiti, recycling and other environmental issues in the neighbourhood.
The organization manages many programs such as the Éco-quartier NDG, Tandem CDN/NDG, “Hip Hop You Don’t Stop” Urban Arts Festival, graffiti removal and mural creation, the hypersexualization program, and outreach workers for youth and seniors in difficulty.
The Queen Elizabeth Health Complex is a not-for-profit community led organization which works in partnership with others to promote and preserve the health and well-being of all members of the community.
The philosophy of the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex is to serve the community by integrating all aspects of healthcare, both public and private, traditional and non-traditional, preventive and curative. This blended approach seeks to address some of the gaps in and weaknesses of the current healthcare system.
Today, the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex is a not-for-profit ambulatory health care centre that receives no government funding, a pioneer in health care comprised of expert health professionals in public and private sector organizations offering a comprehensive range of quality medical services all under one roof.
We are a parish of the Anglican Church of Canada, serving western NDG, Montreal-West, Cote-St-Luc and Ville-St-Pierre since 1891.
We are a diverse community, with members from many ethnic, racial and socio-economic backgrounds, coming from more than a dozen countries.
We welcome everyone to join us on our journey of seeking to develop our relationship with God and seeking to do the work of God in the local community and in the wider world.
We are primarily an English-speaking community, but we welcome all, and can celebrate baptisms and marriages bilingually or in French.
The church is located at 25 Brock North, Montreal-West. The church office is located at 3400 Connaught, NDG. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 9:00 to 12:00. The Memorial Hall is at 7505 Sherbrooke West, NDG.
Tracom is a non-profit organization. Qualified crisis intervention workers are available 24/7 to take your call. We offer professional services that are free, confidential, and bilingual.Tracom (Transition
Communautaire) is a non-profit organization founded in 1986. Then Minister of health and Social services, Thérèse Lavoie-Roux initiated efforts to reduce the problem of overcrowding in hospital emergency rooms. To address this problem, eight crisis centers were established in Quebec, including Tracom.
Feelings of confusion
Women on the Rise (WOR) is an organization which adheres to its mission of "helping mothers to help themselves". We do this by providing support programs and services to parents with children from 0-5 years old. The organization was created in 1991 by CLSC/NDG in response to two studies which highlighted the need for services to address single parents, isolation problems associated with new immigrants and families in general. In 1999, the organization was incorporated as an independent entity. During the first year we shared the premises and received support of another community organization.
In 2001, Women on the Rise was able to find a new home where all our activities could be conducted under one roof.
For more than 68 years, the Notre- Dame-de-Grâce Y centre has been in tune with its community. It welcomes NDG residents, as well as people from the neighbouring districts of Westmount, Côte-Saint-Luc, Hampstead, Montreal West and LaSalle.
The NDG Y centre works in partnership with community organizations such as the NDG Community Council, the local CSSS, the CDEC, Éco-quartier, Action Communiterre, as well as several schools and social clubs. This community, with its broad social, economic and linguistic diversity, benefits from the numerous Y programs for youth. The Teen Zone is particularly active. Six days a week, it is open to teens from all backgrounds. Through games and social activities, it encourages them to become confident, responsible adults.
There are also many services for children and families. The centre offers parents a daycare centre and a day camp as well as the highly popular family membership. With The YMCAs of Québec's Acces for All policy, its programs are accessible to hundreds of people and families coping with difficult financial circumstances.