NOTRE-DAME-DE-GRÂCE COMMUNITY COUNCIL

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Bienvenue à Notre-Dame-de-Grâce

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An integration with a human face

Bienvenue à Notre-Dame-de-Grâce is a non-profit organization dedicated to facilitating the integration of immigrants (newly arrived or other) in the community of Notre-Dame-De-Grâce and the host society as well as promoting intercultural relations.

The origin

Bienvenue à Notre-Dame-de-Grâce stems from the Bienvenue à NDG Project which has been operative since 2009, in partnership with the NDG Community Council, the Comité Action 6-12, and the Table de Concertation Jeunesse NDG.

 

TEAM

Angela Aldinucci Interim Director | bienvenuendg@ndg.ca
Ricardo Botero | Intervenant Espagnol | bienvenuendgespagnol@gmail.com
Sharareh Mahvi | Intervenante Perse | bienvenuendgperse@gmail.com
May (Zhihiu Liu) | Intervenante Mandarin | bienvenuendgmandarin@gmail.com
Olga Borcovscaia | Intervenante Russe | bienvenuendg.russe@gmail.com
Asma Benaziz | Coordinatrice |Intervenante Arabe | bienvenuearabe1@gmail.com

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LOCATION

5964, Ave. Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, #205, Montréal, QC, H4A 1N1 

SUPPORT US

Volunteering 

Become a member

Donations

 

 

DOCUMENS
  
BOARD MEMBERS 2016 - 2017

Aminata Aïdara: Présidente
Nathalie Senecal: Trésorière
Anouk Laurent : Secrétaire
Christiana Simonsen: Administrateur
Mesay Girma Administrateur
Marie-Hélène Bachand: Administrateur
CONSEIL COMMUNITAIRE NDG: James Olwell
PREVENTION NDG: Joseph Lambert Administrateur
CJE-NDG : Jean-Marie Rugira
Marjolaine Olwell: Administrateur

 

 

OUR SERVICES  
Welcoming

We hold information kiosks to directly inform immigrants about services, organizations and the activities of the community being available to them. 

Break the isolation and provide training

We organize and animate social integration activities that bring individuals together in cultural activities and training workshops. 

Accompainment

We accompany the newcomers in their efforts to integrate through meetings with an agent of integration. 

 
Preparing for employment

We offer career development opportunities to the participants and we value their contribution to the development of the community.

 

Partnership

We work with community partners to better meet the needs of immigrant families. 

 

LEARN FRENCH

Apprendre le français a NDG, c’est gratuit! Le programme de francisation à
temps partiel est offert à toute personne d’origine immigrante.
Les cours sont offerts toute, le soir seulement, à NDG:  6900, chemin de la
Côte-Saint-Luc (coin av Rosedale) H4V2Y9


• 18h00 à 21h00 – 9 heures /semaine (Lundi-Mardi-Mercredi)


Contactez-nous au 438-927-5850.

Nous prenons désormais les inscriptions aux
cours de francisation en tout temps. Les cours sont gratuits!

 
EVENTS
NDG’S INTERCULTURAL FESTIVAL
We  showcast different cultural aspects of the different groups living in NDG including food, costumes, dance, music and games. It is also a great opportunity for local multicultural businesses to promote themselves.
FOOTBALL 7
En partenariat avec le Conseil  communautaire NDG et Jeunes en santé NDG nous avons organisé le projet Football 7. Ce projet vient renforcer l’importance de l’activité physique pour tous les membres de la famille tout en faisant la promotion des activités de divertissement que les organismes du quartier développent pour la communauté
 
PROJECTS

The project Je m’engage invites you to participate of the creation of the first work cooperative for newcomers in NDG

What are the benefits for me?

  • Going into business offering your skills
  • Share your knowledge with your neighbours
  • Learn new and interesting things
  • Get Canadian working experience as a volunteer
  • Participate in your community

Supported by the found Ville-MESS 2013-2015

 
Objectives

Bienvenue à Notre-Dame-de-Grâce fulfils its mission by providing services to immigrants and members of cultural communities by carrying out the necessary actions which can help them integrate harmoniously into the heart of our community.

  • To greet immigrants, individuals and their families
  • To break their social isolation
  • To accompany them through their various integration steps
  • To reinforce the feeling of belonging to their new social environment and to make it easier for them to develop a potential network
  • To support individual immigrants and their families in acquiring the knowledge and the skills (through training, for example) needed to improve their integration
  • To empower immigrant individuals and families so they may become more comfortable in getting involved in the community
  • To refer them, if need be, to the proper existing resources
  • To be an active partner, in a complimentary and collaborative fashion, of other integration programs and organizations which cater to the needs of immigrants and members of cultural communities

 

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