Juliette Huot (1912-2001) was a Canadian actress, considered a pioneer in the world of radio, theater, and television in Québec. She also became popular for her television cooking shows, and was known for her extensive involvement with Little Brothers.
The Juliette-Huot Prize acknowledges the exemplary commitment of a volunteer to the Little Brothers’ cause. It is awarded at the annual general meeting.
Our latest laureates
Andrée Ruel, Québec
Sylvie Deshaies, Montréal
Marjolaine Poirier, Sherbrooke
Ronald Dufort, Montréal
André Demers, Québec
Danielle Chalifoux, Terrebonne
Viateur Lavoie, Laval
Normand Dupond, Québec
Hubert de Ravinel co-founded the organization in Montréal, in 1962. He was a radio and television host, poet, essay and short story writer, and he received numerous awards for his social implication from an early age, including the Ordre national du Québec and the Légion d’honneur française.
The Hubert de Ravinel Prize is given to volunteers under 35 years of age for their outstanding commitment to seniors. It was first awarded in 2020.
Our latest recipients
Pénélope Côté, Lévis
Léa Frédérique Boa Wolff, Montréal
Tiffany Emond-White, Montréal
Félix Lamontagne, Montréal
Little Brothers acknowledges the commitment of its volunteers
At Little Brothers, we recognize the invaluable contribution of volunteers year round. Thank you to these exceptional people for their availability, their support, their generosity, their know-how, and their dedication to seniors.
National Volunteer Week, held in April of each year, provides an opportunity for community organizations to host events across the province to recognize and acknowledge the contributions of volunteers.
During this week, Little Brothers showcases its volunteers through communication campaigns and publications that highlight the work of those who take action throughout the year to bring joy to our Great Friends.