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Call for projects: 2021-2024 Inclusive Montréal program

Are you a non-profit organization working in the field of social development and intercultural relations? The city would like to invite you to submit a project that promotes bringing Montréal’s cultures closer together and fighting discrimination and racism.

Call for projects: 2021-22 “Montréal Interculturel” program

Are you a non-profit organization working in the fields of social development or intercultural relations? The city would like to invite you to submit a project that promotes ethnocultural diversity and opportunities for dialogue to fight against discrimination and racism.

Call for projects: Priority Inclusion Zones

Are you a non-profit organization working in the field of social development at the local level? The city would like to invite you to submit a project that promotes bringing Montréal’s cultures closer together and fighting discrimination and racism.

Call for projects: Social cohabitation and homelessness awareness

Are you a non-profit organization that would like to carry out a project involving social cohabitation and homelessness awareness? Find out how to get support from this city program with a $2,125,000 budget.

Call for regional projects to fight food insecurity

Are you an organization, co-operative, or a not-for-profit social economy enterprise? Montréal and the Direction régionale de santé publique de Montréal offer financial support for projects that help vulnerable people facing food insecurity.

Call for regional projects to support vulnerable children and families

Are you a not-for-profit organization working with children and families who are in vulnerable situations or at risk of exclusion: Montréal invites you to submit a project that promotes the development of the full potential of children aged 17 and under and the quality of life of their families.

Call for solutions for CDN-NDG

Is your head office located in the borough of CDN-NDG? Or do you serve clients in the borough? If so, this program is for you.

Citizens of honour

Montréal awards this distinction to people who have improved the well-being of Montrealers through their actions, art and commitment.

Community program for youth ages 12 to 30

The youth community intervention program (PIMJ) reaches 25,000 young people annually through some 50 cross-cutting joint projects in Montréal’s 19 boroughs.

Distribution of shrubs in Saint-Laurent

For a second consecutive year, Saint-Laurent will deliver a shrub from a varied selection free of charge to the first 300 residents who request it!