Centraide Richelieu-Yamaska funds 18 community service organizations through the Community Services Recovery Fund.
Centraide Richelieu-Yamaska is proud to have worked with United Way Centraide Canada as part of the Government of Canada’s Community Services Recovery Fund. This fund is being administered collaboratively by the Canadian Red Cross, Community Foundations of Canada, and United Way Centraide Canada to provide funding to Community Service Organizations, including non-profit organizations, Indigenous Governing Bodies, and Registered Charities located in Canada.
The Community Services Recovery Fund responds to what Community Service Organizations need right now and supports organizations as they adapt to the longterm impacts of the pandemic. The Community Services Recovery Fund is a one-time investment of $400 million by the Government of Canada to help Community Service Organizations (charities, non-profits, Indigenous governing bodies) adapt, modernize, and be better equipped to improve the efficacy, accessibility, and sustainability of the community services that they are providing through the pandemic recovery and beyond.
The following projects are being supported in the Richelieu-Yamaska territory :
- 26 675 $ was invested to fund the ACEF MONTEREGIE EST for the redesign of their financial education services;
- 98 836 $ was invested to fund the Aide Pédagogique aux Adultes et aux Jeunes (APAJ) for learning and technologies available to vulnerable people;
- 99 955 $ was invested to fund the Association des Parents et des Enfants Handicapés Richelieu-Val-Maska (APEH-RVM) for the restructuring of their services IT platform;
- 75 000 $ was invested to fund the CAB Bedford for the implementation of a plan to boost citizen involvement;
- 82 320 $ was invested to fund the CAB de Cowansville for the unification of food banks and medical transport;
- 59 000 $ was invested to fund the CAB de Farnham for the improvement of their virtual platforms;
- 45 650 $ was invested to fund the CAB de Granby for adapting their Meals on Wheels service;
- 92 000 $ was invested to fund the CAB de la Vallée-du-Richelieu for adapting to new volunteering;
- 55 195 $ was invested to fund the Centre Femmes des Cantons – La Collective par et pour elle, to address the digital divide;
- 74 800 $ was invested to fund the Centre de prévention du suicide de la Haute-Yamaska (CPSHY) for suicide prevention in Brome-Missisquoi;
- 28 400 $ was invested to fund the Maison des jeunes de Granby, La Barak for the creation of the satellite service of La Barak, Maison des jeunes;
- 72 000 $ was invested to fund La Traversée, Centre de crise et de prévention du suicide for the redesign of their website;
- 36 250 $ was invested to fund the L’Orienthèque for the adaptation of their services via virtual;
- 11 798 $ ont été investis pour financer la Maison des jeunes des Quatre Fenêtres for the Four Windows virtual youth center project at school;
- 61 311 $ was invested to fund la Maison La Passerelle for the overhaul of the 2023-2024 intervention program;
- 27 210 $ was invested to fund the Parrainage Civique de la Vallée-du-Richelieu (PVCR) for a strategic planning project;
- 87 638 $ was invested to fund the Pleins Rayons for the adaptation of services: a place for everyone!
- 57 782 $ was invested to fund the Tandem emploi Vallée du Richelieu for the improvement of their virtual platforms.