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Little Brothers: Present in Sherbrooke since 1986

In Sherbrooke, we are able to observe that the isolation of seniors is much more present than we could imagine. Some of them have lost contact with the community and it is very easy to no longer see them. One of our great challenges is certainly to make them feel at home in the community.

It is by working together with others in the community that we can identify isolated seniors, recreate a caring community around them, and ensure a continuum of care and services.

We promote grassroots mobilization and the matching of seniors with volunteers living in their neighbourhood.

On a daily basis, Little Brothers Sherbrooke can thus mark their presence and their ability to touch the hearts of our Great Friends.


seniors accompanied annually


volunteers who give their time throughout the year

Three elders smiling while sitting at a table.
A long table with many people celebrating a 60th birthday.
Two women posing for the camera

Within the Community

Since it is collectively that we can respond to the needs and well-being of seniors, it is essential to work closely with collaborators and partners to extend the reach of our action.

Key Collaborators and Local Partners

  • The City of Sherbrooke;
  • CIUSSS de l’Estrie-CHUS;
  • The Cégep de Sherbrooke;
  • The Centre d’action bénévole de Sherbrooke;
  • The Alzheimer Society of Estrie;
  • The 35e Régiment des transmissions;
  • Dira-Estrie.
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Team Members

Emmanuel Bulamatari, Regional Director, Western Québec

Keven Michaud, Sector Manager

Paule Desgagné

Marie-Josée Dubreuil

Nathalie Dumont

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