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17 Montreal neighbourhoods

In spring 2016, 17 Montreal neighbourhoods were selected to join the first wave of the Collective Impact Project. Each of these neighbourhoods has its unique issues, strengths, challenges and vision for the future. But what they all have in common is a firm commitment to a collective process to improve their communities and their living conditions. They dare to dream of better neighbourhoods, and they know how to take action. The CIP provides them with support to make their dream a reality. The CIP provides them with support to achieve their goals thanks to an investment of $22.25 million over five years from eight large foundations.

About the CIP

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Discover the agencies in your neighbourhood in the “Communities served” section of Centraide of Greater Montreal's website.

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Discover the agencies in your neighbourhood in the “Communities served” section of Centraide of Greater Montreal's website.

Visit centraide-mtl.org

About the CIP

The Collective Impact Project is an accelerator of change to increase the impact of collective action and achieve measurable and significant outcomes to reduce poverty in Montreal neighbourhoods.

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    The CIP is an invitation for neighbourhoods to experiment, innovate, and find new ways to accelerate change.

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    The CIP provides support that is tailored to the reality and choices of each neighbourhood.

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    The CIP aims for concrete results for people and their living conditions.