Brighten your week with these five heartwarming stories from Montreal. They are guaranteed to make you smile.
Inspired to Deliver More
“When you see these kinds of people with this kind of heart, you want to also contribute.”
Peter Hanson lends his courier trucks to help pick up and drop off donated furniture to refugees in need.
A Revolutionary Kit
“As soon as you get the splint on, it just takes the pain right away.”
After suffering about 20 broken bones, 11-year old Carter is determined to make dealing with Osteogenesis Imperfecta easier with his one-step splint kit.
Shopping for Change
“Most of these women have little to nothing. They arrive in the shelters with the clothes on their backs, and they’ve left a lot of things behind, and now they get a chance to get something new.”
In honour of International Women’s Day, Ardene opened its doors exclusively to about 350 homeless women in Montreal for a free shopping spree.
READ THE STORY: Free shopping spree for Montreal-area homeless women
A Helping Paw
“She makes you feel more home, and less tense.”
Rescue puppy Abby joins the West Island Palliative Care residence to lift patients’ spirits and put a smile on their faces.
A League of Their Own
“We’re really trying to just help while having fun.”
Local female softball league, ‘Les Princes Montreal’ proves they can win more than just championships by raising funds for charities aimed at empowering women.