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WELCOME TO OUR HOUSE

Benedict Labre House was founded in 1952 by Tony Walsh as a day shelter for the homeless. Originally, the population served was Griffintown, which consisted mainly of Irish laborers. The house now serves a more diverse population of men and women from different backgrounds.

Benedict Labre House offers front-line services to the homeless and people in need. The House is deeply rooted in the community and is highly dependent on donations and volunteers.

Currently, we have more than 500 volunteers dedicating their time to ensure continuity of our services. Benedict Labre House is a unique place where everyone is greeted with respect.

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DAY CENTRE

 

REINTEGRATION

 

OUR INTERNS

 

PRE-EMPLOYABILITY PROGRAM

 

EMPLOYABILITY

 

OUR COMMITTEE OF SERVICE USERS

OUR PROGRAMS

587
Volunteers
10920
Social Interventions
60000
Meals Served
1485
People Reached

TESTIMONIALS

Our values

Respect, humanism, inclusion, integrity and equality

Respect, humanism, inclusion, integrity and equality

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THANK YOU

Scotia Bank

South-West Borough

City of Montréal

Hydro-Québec