Mission inclusion, formerly The work Lightweight, has announced the creation of an emergency fund COVID-19 to support the charitable organizations that operate among the vulnerable categories.
Since the beginning of the pandemic coronavirus, the applications for financial assistance from the organizations that it supports, both in Quebec and internationally have flamed, found, Mission inclusion.
“I can assure you that Mission of inclusion will be present to answer the call of the bodies on the ground, in Quebec and in the world”, said Saturday Richard Veenstra, executive director of Mission inclusion, by way of a press release.
In response to the humanitarian crisis, Mission inclusion is said to have increased the funding of projects set up or modified because of the COVID-19.
A funding of $ 23,000 has been donated to the wheels that carry relief to seniors and to disadvantaged people outside of Montreal, has been provided.
In addition, the Grouping Sharing has received a payment of more than $ 20,000 to manage requests for food assistance have increased by 300 %.
“The money raised will help to all these organizations that work tirelessly to assist those most affected by the epidemic and those most vulnerable to the disease”, said for his part the actor Marc-André Coallier, a spokesman for Mission inclusion.