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Opening hours:

Every day from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm (Gilford) and from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm (Mont-Royal)

Shopping at one of our two Boutiques: a Good Deed for Seniors, Your Wallet, and the Planet

Located in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal in Montréal, Little Brothers’ Boutiques offer a great variety of top quality second-hand personal and household items, all at a friendly price. With new arrivals of unique items every day, you’re bound to find a treasure just right for you.

All funds raised are donated to the Little Brothers Foundation to support its work and counter the social isolation of seniors.

Finds you can make at the Boutique

Clothing, jewelry, toys, books, and even furniture…there is something for everyone.


Anchored in the Community since the Early 1980s

Little Brothers Boutique has been an important part of the neighbourhood and community since it opened in the early 1980s. It has quickly become a place that fosters connections between volunteers, customers, and the seniors who shop there.

Our Boutique also provides the much appreciated opportunity for our Great Friends to clothe and equip themselves for free.

Our Boutique embodies Little Brothers’ values, and the profits, donated to the Foundation, allow the mission to continue. We are grateful and thank all donors and volunteers without whom La Boutique could not exist.

Our Boutique makes a real difference on many levels by:

  • giving new life to second hand objects;
  • offering affordable goods to its customers;
  • reducing waste;
  • creating a sense of belonging for seniors who come to the shop;
  • contributing to Little Brothers’ mission across Quebec with its profits;
  • valuing the volunteer commitment and participation of those involved;
  • offering free items and clothing to seniors supported by Little Brothers;
Photo of a mural on a brick wall. It's depicts a woman pulling a wheeled bag through a mountainous landscape that seems to be made of sound waves.

Impact of Little Brothers Boutique in the Community


annual sales on July 31st, 2022



45 to 60

volunteers who offer a minimum of 4 hours per week


departments (thrift store, bookstore, treasures, and online sales)


bags – or nearly 312 tons – of second-hand clothing and accessories are received each year


of sales are donated to the Little Brothers Foundation to support its mission

A Word from the Director

Group photo in the boutique's alleyway.

« Since 1981, the Boutique has been working in the Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood to support the Little Brothers mission to alleviate the social isolation of elders. With over forty years’ experience in receiving, selecting and selling second-hand items, and an exceptional team of nearly 50 volunteers and 10 employees, we are proud to announce the opening of a new Boutique on the famous Mont-Royal Avenue.

It’s a new adventure, one that will bring The Little Brothers’ Boutiques and their treasures to a much wider audience, but above all, one that will help us raise awareness about our initiatives with our Great Friends.

Thank you again to all the volunteers who are committed to Little Brothers, and without whom none of this would be possible!»

David Starck, Director of Commercial Operations

Little Brothers Boutique’s Values


Low prices all year round


New arrivals daily and unlimited choice


A business at the heart of its community


A valuable contributor to the mission

Human contact

A welcoming atmosphere and friendly staff

Volunteering at our Boutique: a great way to get involved

Do you have a few hours per week or per month to spare? Join the dynamic and friendly team at Little Brothers’ Boutique.

There are several volunteer opportunities available to you, and you can volunteer according to your skills and wishes. We have positions available:

  • sorting;
  • cash register;
  • creation of photo and video content;
  • customer service;
  • merchandise display.

Giving your time to the Boutique means giving a second life to all the goods that are donated and actively contributing to an environmentally and socially responsible mission. It is a concrete and effective way to fight against social  isolation among seniors.

How do I become a volunteer?

Fill out the form and select the Little Brothers Boutique as your volunteer location of choice.

Photo of Diane Lalonde arranging clothes on racks.

«  I chose to volunteer for Little Brothers because I really care about it, but also because it makes me feel good to give my time to others who need it. I have been volunteering at the Boutique for twelve years and I hope to continue for a long time, it’s like a big family!»

Françoise Giroux, la Boutique volunteer since 2011
Photo of a woman filling a box with neatly folded clothes.

How do I donate items?

Most items are easy to donate. Simpy drop them off in the collection box located at 1380 rue Gilford at the corner of rue Garnier in Montréal. You can drop off your donations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Larger items, such as picture frames and small pieces of furniture, can be brought in during business hours. Please make an appointment if you would like to donate large pieces of furniture.

Donations not accepted: please note that we do not accept upholstered furniture (chairs, mattresses, beds, bed bases, sofas, futons).

Donations accepted:

  • Clothing
  • Shoes
  • Jewelry
  • Accessories
  • Books
  • Discs, CDs and DVDs
  • Toys
  • Household items


  • We do not do home pickups or deliveries, and Little Brothers never solicits donations at home;
  • Tax receipts will not be issued for items donated to Little Brothers Boutique.

Thanks to our partners

  • Centre d’action bénévole de Montréal – Volunteer Bureau of Montreal;
  • Centre d’action bénévole l’Est de Montréa – Volunteer Bureau of Eastern Montreal;
  • Forum des citoyens aînés de Montréal;
  • Social workers from CIUSS and hospitals;
  • CHSLD and residential care workers;
  • The community service of the SPVM;
  • The public health department;
  • Trajet Jeunesse;
  • Tel-Aînés;
  • P.A.S. de la rue.

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