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10 000$ and more



Hydro-Québec generates, transmits and distributes electricity. Its sole shareholder is the Québec government. It uses mainly renewable generating options, in particular large hydro, and supports the development of other technologies—such as wind energy and biomass. A responsible corporate citizen committed to sustainability, Hydro-Québec carries out construction projects to prepare for the future. It also conducts R&D in energy-related fields, including energy efficiency. The company has four divisions.
The First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commission (FNQLHSSC) is a non-profit organisation that is responsible for supporting the efforts of the First Nations of Quebec in order to, among other things, plan and deliver culturally-appropriate and preventive health and social services programs.

The FNQLHSSC’s mission is to promote and monitor the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being of First Nations and Inuit people, families and communities while improving access to comprehensive and culturally-sensitive health and social services programs designed by First Nations organizations that are recognized and sanctioned by local authorities, all the while respecting their respective cultures and local autonomy. The FNQLHSSC also assists communities that so desire, to set up, develop and promote global health and social services and programs that are adapted and conceived by First Nations organizations.

The RBA Foundation was created in 2008 for the purpose of becoming socially involved in our communities and supporting causes aimed at improving the wellbeing of First Nations.

The mission of the RBA Foundation is to continue to contribute to the improved wellbeing of First Nations.

The RBA Foundation has been committed to improving the living conditions of First Nations for five years now. During this period, the Foundation contributed close to $360,000 to more than 20 First Nations organizations and organizations with a First Nations component in sectors involving youths, families, women, elders, mutual support, suicide, and values and traditions.

Founded in 1970, the Desjardins Foundation is a charitable organization that contributes to young people’s academic success by awarding prizes and scholarships and making donations, and through its involvement with partner organizations. In 2016, the Foundation gave back nearly $2 million in Quebec and Ontario.​

5 000 to 9 999$

SOCCA is a non-profit corporation that provides non-repayable contribution, loan and support financing products and services for the start-up, acquisition or expansion of Aboriginal businesses.

The advice and products adapted to the reality of the Aboriginal people, make that SOCCA is the privileged partner of the economic development of the First Nations of Quebec since 1992.

1 000 to 4 999$

Soeurs de la présentation de Marie du Québec

999 $ and less

Soeurs de la Charité de Québec
Œuvres Louis-Rhéaume
Œuvres Marie-Anne-Lavallée
Les Frères Maristes



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Notre fondation

Le constat

Le constat n’est pas nouveau. Les Premières Nations font face à des problèmes sociaux insoutenables. Au début de la chaîne, il y a la pauvreté, l’insécurité alimentaire, la maladie et la difficulté d’accès à une instruction de qualité. À la fin, il y a des réalités aussi dramatiques que la violence, l’alcoolisme et le jeu pathologique. La fondation Nouveaux Sentiers a été mise sur pied pour s’attaquer concrètement aux problèmes liés à la pauvreté et à l’exclusion sociale.

Notre mission

Une mission claire : contribuer à l’amélioration des conditions de vie des Premières Nations, en appuyant des initiatives qui visent le développement social et humain des individus au sein de leurs communautés. C’est une mission ambitieuse. Nous savons que la tâche est immense. Ce que nous savons aussi, c’est qu’il existe des problèmes criants dont il faut s’occuper à court terme, c’est-à-dire tout de suite. La Fondation agira en tenant compte des priorités, voire des urgences.

Notre manière

La Fondation récolte des fonds pour ensuite les redistribuer aux organisations qui œuvrent au bien-être des Premières Nations. Elle pourra même contribuer, suivant le besoin, à la création de nouveaux services et de projets structurants.