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Support local charities and the FRINGE by leaving your change in the donation boxes at our Box Offices and special events. The money raised will be shared 50/50 between MainLine Theatre (the charitable organization which produces the FRINGE) and the charities listed below. Tax receipts will be issued for donations in excess of $20.
LA FONDATION JEAN LAPOINTE
Maison Jean Lapointe present workshops in schools whose aim is to educate young people about the risks and serious consequences of consuming alcohol and drugs. Our objective: Meet with 45,000 Secondary 1 students across Quebec.
Featured days: June 12, 16
APATHY IS BORING
Apathy is Boring is a national non-partisan project. Our mission is to use art & technology to educate youth about democracy.
Featured days: June 15, 18
HEAD & HANDS
At Head & Hands, we work with youth to promote their physical and mental well-being. Through our medical, social, and legal services, we facilitate social change and the empowerment of youth based on their needs within our community and society.
Featured days: June 4, 9
As a socially conscious enterprise serving the Montreal community since 1990, and supported by partners in the business community and the City of Montreal, the Groupe L’Itinéraire focuses its efforts on improving the skills, autonomy and employability of individuals struggling with homelessness and marginalization.The most visible of these projects is L’Itinéraire magazine, sold on the street by vendors participating in our social reintegration programs.
Featured days: June 5, 14
AMI-Québec, a grassroots organization, is committed to helping families manage the effects of mental illness through support, education, guidance and advocacy.
Featured days: June 10, 20
Leave Out ViolencE (LOVE)
LOVE is a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing violence in the lives of 13-18 year olds of all cultures in our communities who have been victims, perpetrators or witnesses of violence.
Featured days: June 7, 22
The Native Women's Shelter Montreal
The Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal offers support, frontline services, referrals, and shelter within a traditional holistic framework to Aboriginal women and children.
Featured days: June 11, 23
Santropol Roulant is a volunteer organization established in 1995 that is run by dynamic young people who bring individuals together across cultures and generation through an innovative meals-on-wheels service, intergenerational programs, a rooftop garden project, and a community bike shop.
Featured days: June 8, 19
THE YELLOW DOOR
Situated in downtown Montreal, the Yellow Door has been an integral part of its community for over 100 years; the organization has always espoused precepts of social justice, freedom of expression, spirituality and personal growth.
Featured days: June 13, 17
ASTT(e)Q aims to promote the health and well-being of trans people through peer support and advocacy, education and outreach, and community empowerment and mobilization.
Featured days: June 6, 21
The St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival is a MainLine Theatre production. MainLine Theatre is a charitable organization, and your donations are tax-deductible. Visit to CanadaHelps.org to set up regular monthly donations (the gift that keeps on giving) or a one-time gift.
Or, send a cheque made out to MainLine Theatre to: MainLine Theatre C.P. 42013 succ. Jeanne Mance Montréal QC H2W 2T3 To arrange other payment methods, contact us at 514.849.3378 or firstname.lastname@example.org