In spring 2016, 17 Montreal neighbourhoods were selected to join the first wave of the Collective Impact Project.

Ahuntsic

Bordeaux-Cartierville

Centre-Sud

Côte-des-Neiges

Lachine

LaSalle

Mercier-Est

Mercier-Ouest

Parc-Extension

Peter McGill

Pointe-aux-Trembles

Rosemont

Saint-Léonard

Saint-Michel

Verdun

Ville-Émard-Côte-Saint-Paul

West Island

Collective Impact Project

Joining forces to accelerate change


The Collective Impact Project (CIP) is an accelerator of change that aims to increase the impact of collective action and achieve measurable and significant outcomes in the reduction of poverty in Montreal neighbourhoods.

The CIP is not a program or a fund. It is a new form of support for community development that reinforces but does not supplant Centraide's normal funding methods.

The CIP has been made possible thanks to the help of major foundations that have committed $22.25 million over 5 years so that Centraide of Greater Montreal can invest in seventeen neighbourhoods on the Island of Montreal.

Discover and keep up to date with the CIP

To find out more about the CIP

Contact your Centraide advisor by email or phone or write us at pic@centraide-mtl.org.

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