• Delia Papageorgakopoulos

M4MP April Current Event Resources

Updated: Apr 30

Webinars and workshops:

  • How to Fundraise:

  • What: We will cover the many different ways you can raise money for your activities and how to do so in an ethical way, true to your project, vision and values. This is an English workshop.

  • Who: Amy Blackmore is the Executive and Artistic Director of MainLine Theatre, the St-Ambroise Montreal FRINGE Festival and the Bouge d’ici Dance Festival. Having sat on juries for the Canada Council for the arts and the Conseil des arts et lettres du Québec, Amy recently completed a four year mandate on the jury Conseil des Arts de Montréal for Les Nouvelles pratiques artistiques/pluridisciplinaires.

  • When: Wednesday, April 14 from 7PM-8:30PM

Job opportunities:

  • https://thesexmed.com/get-involved/ writers needed

  • Our professional insight stream is sexual health content written by certified healthcare professionals that address clinical aspects of sexual health. If you are a healthcare practitioner and would like to write for us, please send an email to info@thesexmed.com.

  • "Our editorial stream includes first person narratives and perspective pieces that address subjects of sexual health that are non-clinical in nature. These pieces typically entail personal experiences with, or opinions on, the topic of sexual health in the context of the healthcare system. This content does not require any clinical expertise in the subject matter. Please get in contact with us if you are interested in submitting a piece and we will let you know more about our guidelines."

  • Wecobien: translators needed

  • Welcome Collective is building an online resource centre for refugee claimants and we need help translating it to French, Arabic, Spanish, and Portuguese. If you, or someone you know, would like to volunteer your time for a really useful and fun project, please contact Selma at: selma@welcomecollective.org

  • The W.E.T. Project :W.E.T. is a three week employability training program at Camp Weredale in the Laurentian Mountains. It will train you to work in a kitchen, with hand tools, and prepare you for the job market. You'll even pick up valuable life skills along the way.


Donation call out!

  • Revive the NCC

  • A group of concerned Little Burgundy residents are trying to reclaim a piece of land that was once home to a historic Black community centre that was demolished six years ago. A new executive was formed to realize the dream of creating a curated space to share the history of Afro-Canadians in Montreal. We are hoping to have this money within the next year in order to break ground for this much needed space.

  • Resilience MTL

MTL solidarity supply

  • Community Cooks Collective (CCCollective) is a mutual-aid organization dedicated to cooking and transporting meals for members of Montreal’s homeless population, namely those who participate in Resilience Montreal's services. Established at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in Montreal, we are completely run by volunteers and are committed to building community in a time of social isolation.

  • Anne’s House

  • Nazareth Community is a non-profit organization that provides residence for at-risk individuals. Anne’s House is our female residence that provides housing for 28 womxn who struggle with homelessness, mental issues, trauma and addiction. Our aim is to provide assistance and support while focusing on the empowerment of the womxn we house, equipping them with the confidence and skills to move towards independent living and flourish.

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