We need your help!
Mobilization in response to COVID-19:
– Donate supplies
– Donate money
NOTE: This website is updated regularly to reflect immediate needs and priorities for the Indigenous community.
NOTE: Please do not donate other miscellaneous clothing/goods other than what’s written on this page because shelters don’t have enough time nor staff to sort through them. Thank you for your support and understanding.
4000 Sainte-Catherine West, Westmount, Quebec
Donation drop-off time: Monday to Friday – 9 am and 2 pm
Sandwiches (without peanuts): Meat and cheese, egg salad, tuna. Snacks: Fruit cups, granola bars, chips, cookies, crackers, etc. Beverages: Juice boxes, water bottles. Products: Fruits and vegetables, canned food (everything except soups or cream corn).
Men’s clothing: Underwear, shorts, socks, pants, t-shirts, long sleeves, button-ups, fall jackets, sports jackets, etc. Running shoes: for Women (size 7+) and for Men (all sizes). Women’s clothing: leggings, sweatpants, small underwear (new). Hoodies: all genders and all sizes.
Plastic bags, reusable bags, backpacks, Tote bags. Ball caps, sunglasses, reading glasses, belts. Tents, sleeping bags, umbrellas, ponchos.
We need volunteers!
Projets autochtones du Québec
165 Rue de la Gauchetière E, Montréal, QC
(514) 879-3310 Ext. 200
Volunteers are needed any day of the week during the evenings for cleaning and kitchen duties .
Commitment: minimum 3 hour shift weekly or bi-weekly
Native Friendship Centre of Montreal
2001 St Laurent Blvd, Montreal, Quebec H2X 2T3
Men’s clothing – backpacks (any size), shorts (M to XL), T-Shirts (M to XL), Pants (28-38), and shoes (9 to 12)
Why is this Important ?
As you continue to take precautions in protecting your families and homes from the threat of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) it is important to recognize that this health pandemic does not affect all Montrealers equally. Among the most at-risk are low-income, homeless, and marginalized communities. As such it is imperative that the food banks, emergency shelters, and other services essential for these communities stay in operation and offer the basic services that other Montrealers have access to at home: eating, drinking, sleeping, washing hands and bodies, self-isolating/protection, changing clothing, cleaning surfaces continuously, and more.