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How to Change the Lives of Isolated Elders

Loneliness and social isolation are prevalent among the elderly, and extremely detrimental to their health and well-being. Anyone can be affected, including our loved ones and neighbours, and tomorrow it could be any one of us. We are all part of the solution.

Discover the many ways you can get involved

Donate to Little Brothers

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Your donation has the power to change and improve the lives of the seniors who have shaped our society. Be the one who makes a difference for our Great Friends.

Planned donation

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You can make a planned donation to Little Brothers today and ensure that your bequest will support our cause for many years to come.

Organize a fundraiser 

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Organize a fundraiser to increase your impacton reducing the isolation of seniors. Discover new ideas for starting your own project in support of Little Brothers.

Get your company involved for a good cause

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Invite your colleagues, clients, and staff to learn more about Little Brothers’ mission. Build a partnership that meets your needs and objectives with the help of our team.

Participate in an event

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Support the cause of isolated seniors by taking part in an event or campaign organized in support of the Little Brothers Foundation.

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Commit to seniors

Volunteering for Little Brothers is an active commitment to countering the isolation of elders in your community and a rewarding experience. Find out how you can volunteer your time to brighten the lives of seniors.

Your generosity is at the heart of our action

By committing to Little Brothers, you are making a positive impact on the well-being and social participation of people 75 years and older in Quebec.

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