The 2013 Montreal Community Cares Awards Gala highlights

The Montreal Community Cares Awards promote active involvement in our city by honouring the achievements of a broad cross-section of worthy recipients. Our goal is to bring together the many linguistic, ethnic and cultural groups that make up the Greater Montreal Area to celebrate their unsung community champions at a formal gala. Categories include youth leader, community leader, student-athlete, community or charitable organization, and small/medium enterprise. The recipients of the student-athlete award also receive scholarships.


2012 Montreal Community Cares Awards Gala highlights

The Montreal Community Cares Awards promote active involvement in our city by honouring the achievements of a broad cross-section of worthy recipients. Our goal is to bring together the many linguistic, ethnic and cultural groups that make up the Greater Montreal Area to celebrate their unsung community champions at a formal gala. Categories include youth leader, community leader, student-athlete, community or charitable organization, and small/medium enterprise. The recipients of the student-athlete award also receive scholarships.


2014 Montreal Community Cares Awards Gala: Nominations Open Now!

Help us recognize Montreal’s unsung heroes. To nominate a community champion – whether an adult, youth, community/charitable organization or business – for a Montreal Community Cares Award, please complete the 2014 official nomination form. Nominations for the 2014 Montreal Community Cares Awards close March 14, 2013.


CTV's Power of One: featuring our Denburk Reid

Take a look at the Power of One piece on Denburk Reid

Power of One: Denburk Reid


A big thank you to Montreal Community Cares!

A group of young basketball players from different neighbourhoods of Montreal came together last night to come serve supper to more than a 150 homeless men and women at our Webster Pavilion’s cafeteria. This Montreal Community Cares initiative was for the group a meaningful hands-on way of making a difference in the lives of those living on the streets.

One of the boys said: “I feel great; honestly it feels cool to help out.” Several players succeded in connecting with clients with a smile and a kind word, which is quite encouraging for those who don't often have a chance to be treated with respect and dignity.

Denburk Reid, Founder of Montreal Community Cares said: “I want to boys to see that there are others who don’t have much and that are in worst situations. It is an opportunity for them to give back to the community and better understand how it works.”

Your presence and generosity are greatly appreciated, thank you!

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