Christmas is a festive season. Generosity is rampant with organizations bringing Christmas baskets to those in need and volunteers donating their time to spread holiday cheer. But now that the presents are unwrapped, the paper recycled, the tree put to the curb or back in the box, the turkey and sweets consumed and the new year rung in, those people will still be in
Save the date! NOVA West Island is pleased to collaborate with EnergiZen for the 5th edition of YOGA for NOVA Come enjoy some sun salutations by warming your hearts to a good cause! Saturday, October 22nd, 2016 from 10 am to 11:30 am Centre Harpell, 60 St-Pierre, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue H9X 1Y6 Minimum donation: $15 per person All level yoga one hour class for adults –
During June, each dollar donated to West Island Citizen Advocacy (WICA) earned us a chance to win a $10,000 donation through the Great Canadian Giving Challenge. Even though we did not won the big price, we still received precious donations thanks to your support. With that contribution, WICA can continue to offer services to the most vulnerable citizens of the West Island community.The Great Canadian Giving
On Friday, July 15th, the West Island Citizen Advocacy (WICA) received a very generous donation from Java Kap of a Keurig coffee machine and capsules. This will go a long way toward helping to improve the quality of life for those living with a handicap, as well as seniors and the disadvantaged of the West Island. Thanks to Java Kap’s generous donation, WICA can
Thank you so much West Island Community Shares (WICS) for your generous donation!
A big thank you to the Philomela Singers who donated $300 from their concert “Noël Nouvelet” in December to WICA!
How we help RJ: West Island Citizen Advocacy (WICA) is a nonprofit organization located in the west of Montreal, Quebec. We recruit and match volunteers with our clients (protégés) can be people with developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, seniors, people with mental health issues or people who are socially isolated. Austerity measures have hit WICA and because of them we are having a hard time funding
A big thank you to the Surrey Knitters for their donation!
written by Jane Hobson West Island Citizen Advocacy (WICA) launched a new fundraising plan in June and Mary Clare Tanguay continued on Saturday by inviting guests to a wine tasting in Pierrefonds. WICA is a non-profit organization that matches volunteers with community members who are handicapped or disadvantaged. “The new fundraising plan encourages WICA members to turn ordinary events into fundraisers,” said Mary Clare
Thank you very much, WICS for your generous donation! WICA received $30,500 at the Fund Distribution Celebration on April 21.