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Our mission is to support immigrant women in improving their living conditions and facilitate their integration into Quebec. It is a question of helping them to come out of isolation and equip them to favor their autonomy for a better individual and collective care. Afrique au Féminin is the only women’s wentre in Parc-Extension, a district located in the Centre-North borough, where there is a high concentration of people from ethnocultural communities and almost 50% of whom are women facing various barriers of integration. Afrique au Féminin is a centre for women who want to build relationships, live in harmony with themselves, share their difficulties and share their experiences and solutions. We welcome all women and we respond to their needs (listening, support, support and reference).
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By becoming a member of the Centre or supporting its cause, you are concretely encouraging a committed and dedicated team to its community. In this way, you will help them to guide immigrant women and all those in need to find their bearings. In addition, you will be aware of our activities and events.
Volunteering is not only about being useful to others. It is also about enriching your life by getting involved meaningful actions as part of a team of volunteers. You will learn, build relationships with others, and use your talents and know-how to create change. Help us make a difference in the lives of women in Parc-Extension.
Help us accomplish our mission by offering your financial support. Giving is the best way to share! You can donate online, by check or money order, on a one-time, monthly or annual basis. You can even choose the program you want to support.
7000, avenue du Parc – Suite 106-107, Montréal (Québec) H3N 1X1