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Our community network

Nearly 300 community organizations on the Island of Montreal, accredited to Moisson Montréal, receive food that is redistributed to people in need.

The community network is diverse, which is one of the factors underlying its richness. In fact, the missions of the organizations are quite different; one third have food support as their principal mission while two thirds focus on issues such as reducing the school dropout rate, supporting the integration of new immigrants, helping with employability, etc.

The organizations accredited to Moisson Montréal also vary in size and each functions according to its resources, mission, and values. Each one contributes to reducing food insecurity on the Island of Montreal.

There are different types of partner organizations such as community centers, day centers, shelters, religious institutions, etc.


Our accredited organizations



Old Brewery Mission

« As head of food services, I have to use my imagination and creativity every day to feed our
homeless clients. In all, 900 meals are served daily. Every week, we go to Moisson Montréal to pick up
much-needed food. Without Moisson Montréal, it would be impossible to feed everyone! »

Catherine Vachon
Head of Food Services, Old Brewery Mission

Pictured, a volunteer from the Old Brewery Mission

Interaction famille

« Moisson Montréal’s contribution is enormous, representing more than 95% of the food we provide.
Working at Interaction Famille gives me a lot of satisfaction, but sometimes I feel angry because
of the injustices that some families in need experience. It is also for this very reason that I dedicate
myself to the cause. »

Josée Légaré
Coordinator, Interaction Famille Hochelaga-Maisonneuve

Pictured, Sasky, three years-old, at the Interaction famille organization

Santropol Roulant

« We prepare more than 100 meals a day for seniors, people living with a loss of autonomy or having
reduced mobility. Our meals are distributed in eight neighborhoods in the city, five days a week. The
idea is to bring young and old together to form an intergenerational community. It is thanks to the
delivery of hot meals that these connections are made possible and that links can be forged.. »

– Aidan Vorolieff
Aidan Vorolieff, Kitchen Programs Manager, Santropol Roulant

Pictured, a volunteer from Santropol Roulant


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