Covid-19 - How can I help?

Mesures préventives


Being confined at home is a factor that increases the risk of domestic and family violence and limits the ability of potential victims to reach out for help.

The Alliance des maisons d'hébergement de 2e étape pour femmes et enfants victimes de violence conjugale recently launched a campaign to help victims of domestic and family violence. Click here to learn more.

If you witness a case of violence against women and/or children, call 911.


Qualified to work in Québec's healthcare sector and want to contribute to the effort? Visit the Je contribue platform (in french only) launched by the government of Québec and fill out the form.


Your time

Are you healthy and want to volunteer? platform

All volunteer opportunities and the needs of community organizations will now be centralized on a single platform:

This site is dedicated exclusively to needs arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. Opportunities are grouped by region and city. You can access them easily with just one click.

The online platform lists volunteer opportunities and the profiles and skills of the ideal candidates. Interested people can apply online and will receive a phone call.

Examples of volunteer opportunities include:

  • friendly calls to seniors;
  • accompanying and driving people to the hospital;
  • home care and assistance;
  • grocery shopping for disabled people;
  • meals-on-wheels service for vulnerable seniors;
  • medication deliveries for seniors.


Cash donations needed

Moisson Rive-Sud: public appeal
The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented situation that has given rise to substantial needs among the population. Moisson Rive-Sud, the largest food bank in the Montérégie region, needs cash donations in order to meet the growing demand. This is a great way to help remotely!


Last update: April 16, 2:50 p.m.