Organizations supported in Quebec
Since the beginning of equities in Quebec
More than $35 million since inception
More than 4 million people reached
858 organizations supported
In Quebec, Mission Inclusion focuses on four programs: homelessness, vulnerable children and families,
seniors and youth.
Homelessness and street youth
Improve the living conditions of people experiencing homelessness.
In the field, the organizations supported can act on different levers such as increasing income, maintaining housing, pre-employability, improving physical and mental health, individual intervention, etc.
Prevent homelessness among vulnerable young adults.
In the field, the organizations supported can act in terms of psychosocial support, motivation and school perseverance of adolescents and young adults, support towards employability, self-confidence, the establishment of a healthy belonging network, etc.
Vulnerable children and families
Support parents in their role and promote the full development of children.
On the ground, the organizations supported will act to eliminate inequalities in opportunities related to the living environment, cultural origin or socio-economic profile of families.
Break the isolation of seniors and strengthen the vigilance of communities.
On the ground, the organizations supported will act to promote citizen participation, protect and support caregivers, prevent abuse through intervention and training, promote the involvement of seniors in collective projects, and fight against ageism.
The example of Cirque Hors Piste in Montreal
The leverage effect of Mission inclusion
Mission inclusion also supported the CHP through organizational strengthening (Strategic Planning 2020) and an impact assessment process (2021). This partnership with Mission Inclusion has given CHP a great deal of confidence.
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