Let's help our community


Roadblock Fundraising

Over the weekend of November 18th and 19th volunteers will come together on the Boulevard des Anciens-Combattants, in front of Valacta, to collect your voluntary donations which will be handed over to the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue parish Food Bank to support them through 2019.

If you are interested in being part of one of our teams of volunteers, either collecting donations or counting money, contact us.

Information: 514-457-1605


Food Drive

On Sunday December 2nd, starting at 12 pm, volunteers from municipal services and from the community will once again be on the move to give assistance to those in need in our community.

You want to support them ? You want to contribute ? When you hear the horns honking, just step out the door to hand over your donations : non-perishable food items, hygiene products, or cash or cheque made to the order of Comptoir alimentaire.

Please note—they do not knock at your door ! If you will not be home, you can leave your boxes and bags on your front porch. Make sure to label them "Guignolée".

Information : 514-838-5713 | Marcel Paquet, Person in charge


Solstice Jam

Benefit concert - All proceeds go to the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Food Bank

With the following artists: Bill Gossage / Mike Bleho, Ian Grey, The Jazz collective, Gary Townsend, Jeff Griese et DNR

Saturday, December 15th, 7 pm at Centre Harpell (60, rue Saint-Pierre, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue)


  • $15 bought in advance
  • $20 bought at the door

Tickets available at Café T.W.I.G.S. (85, rue Sainte-Anne) or by calling Doug Miller at 514-457-1835

Production: Douglas W. Miller | In collaboration with the City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue



Another way to help the disadvantaged members of our community is to bring clothing to the bazaar on the ground floor of the Parish Hall at 1, Rue de l’Église.

Please note that the bazaar is open to the public every Tuesday between 12:30 pm and 5 pm, come and find something interesting!

Information: 514-457-5499


Community Directory

8th Baden-Powell Adventurers 
Andrew Jefferson: 514-941-6999 | www.badenpowell.ca

West Island Community Resources Centre
514-694-6404 | info@crcinfo.ca | www.crcinfo.ca

Bazar - Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue 
514 457-5499 (Yvette) | Used clothing, small household items and more: every Tuesday from 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm 

Boutique 24 (thirftshop)
514 457-6364 | www.unionchurch.ca

Boutique 24, located at 24 Maple Ave has been in operation for over 25 years. The Boutique serves the community with nearly new clothing, small household items and more, at bargain prices on EVERY Thursdays from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm, last Friday of each month from 6:30 pm to 9 pm and last Saturday of every month from 10 am to 2 pm . We support a myriad of community organizations such as food banks, women's shelters, and school breakfast programmes. 

Friends for Mental Health
514-636-6885 | info@asmfmh.org | www.asmfmh.org 
Friends for Mental Health guides families towards new paths in learning to live with mental illness.

Volunteer West Island
514-457-5445 | www.volunteerwestisland.org

West Island Women's Centre
514-695-8529 | wiwc@qc.aibn.com www.wiwc.ca 

Club de l'Âge d'or
Micheline Francoeur: 514 505-1146 

Club Richelieu
Claude Tellier: 514 708-7861

Comptoir alimentaire of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Parish
Noëlla Duchesne: 514-457-5499

Sainte-Anne Singers
Margo Keenan: 514-457-9149 | mkeenan@videotron.ca |  www.sainteannesingers.org 

Royal Canadian Legion
514-457-9332 | rcl91@videotron.ca | 28 Rue Sainte-Anne

Girl Guides
lakeshoregirlguides@hotmail.com  | www.girlguides.ca

Darts league: La détente
Pierrette Bouchard: 514 457-6997

Marché Sainte-Anne
Lise-Ann Briand: 514 831-3333 | marchesainteanne@gmail.com | www.marchesainteanne.ca

Meal on Wheels
514-457-5445 | www.volunteerwestisland.org

NOVA West Island
514-695-8335 | www.novawi.org  www.thriftshopsfornova.com

Royal Astronomical Society of Canada
info@rascmontreal.org |  rascmontreal.org

The Lakeshore Chamber Music Society
Philip Cumyn: 514-457-5280 or 514 697-8015 |  www.lcmssmcl.ca

West Island Citizen Advocacy (WICA)
514-694-5850 | www.benevolepcbo.com
West Island Citizen Advocacy is a registered charitable, non-profit community group whose mission is to recruit, screen, train, match and follow-up volunteer citizen advocates who work one-to-one or on a team with persons who are handicapped or are disadvantaged in our community.