PME MTL West-Island is proud to remit a grant of $11,398 from the Fonds de développement de l’économie sociale (FDÉS) to Centre Bienvenue for their Café Transit project.
Photos (l to r) : Christian Dubois, Director General (interim), Centre Bienvenue, Nicolas Roy, Director General, PME MTL West-Island and Shant Kancachian, Counsellor, Startup and Social Economy
Established in 1991, Centre Bienvenue is a non-profit organization situated in Pierrefonds, whose mission is to better equip individuals suffering from mental health issues by helping them to recognize their value and to offer the necessary support and services that will allow them to contribute actively in society.
These funds will help the organization in the establishment of Café Transit, a café that will allow students of the Transit class that are heading towards employment, to have a work platform where they can practice their academic abilities.
PME MTL has numerous funding options to help entrepreneurs and businesses carry out their plans. Consult our website to learn more.
Photos (g à d): Nicole Neveu, President of the Board, Centre Bienvenue and Résidence Bienvenue, Michel Wilson, Administrator of the Board, Centre Bienvenue and Résidence Bienvenue, Dimitrios (Jim) Beis, Mayor of Pierrefonds borough, Catherine Clément-Talbot, Councillor of Pierrefonds borough, Christian Dubois, General Director (interim), Centre Bienvenue, Nicolas Roy, Director General, PME MTL West-Island and Shant Kancachian, Counsellor, Startup and Social Economy
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