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Become a corporate partner of AJOI

AJOI partners with businesses and foundations that help it accomplish its mission. The possibilities for partnership are numerous and can take the form of donations, fundraising, product donations and awareness campaigns. These activities offer our partners great visibility in the greater West Island of Montreal and its surroundings.

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A partnership adapted to your objectives

An association with AJOI can be used to mobilize your staff around a noble cause – such as helping young people and vulnerable people – or to team up with a charitable organization established and recognized since 2007 which, moreover, is supported by a large community.

AJOI's mission

Founded in 2007, AJOI (also known as "AJOI") offers prevention and intervention services in street and community work to young people and vulnerable people in the West Island of Montreal. The organization has 30 passionate employees who make it possible to offer a range of diversified and quality services, participating in the creation of a united and safe community. In 2021, AJOI intervened with 5,381 individuals at risk or in difficulty in the West Island and the three most frequently discussed issues were homelessness, mental health and drug addiction.

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To initiate a winning collaboration with our organization, or to obtain more information, fill out the attached form. We will contact you as soon as possible.

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What does an association with AJOI look like? Here is a selection of recent partnerships:


Generous donation

Kiwanis-Memorial Peter Bedard Golf Tournament donated $24,000 to support AJOI's mission.


Product donations

Centreaide du Grand Montréal and HSBC offered complete kits of unisex hygiene products.


Clothing donation

The Teresa Dellar Community Foundation donated a large quantity of socks and underwear for the community. A generous and profitable donation for young people and vulnerable people in the West Island and surrounding areas.



Each year, Hockey Helps the Homeless (HHTH) organizes a hockey tournament to raise funds for the homeless. Hockey professionals and amateurs come together to practice this sport while helping vulnerable people. In 2023, HHTH has taken the initiative to give all donations from the event to AJOI, for a total of ??? $. Thus, HHTH has enabled hundreds of young people and vulnerable people to be helped and accompanied by our intervention services.


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