Stay at home, but what if you don't have a home?

As the COVID-19 epidemic continues, let us remember that homeless people are among the most vulnerable to the spread of the virus. Lack of adequate nutrition, a weakened immune system, and chronic health problems put homeless people at greater risk.

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When you are homeless, you have limited access to clean facilities and you are not able to wash your hands several times a day. If you are infected, you have no home and isolating yourself is difficult.

People who are homeless or at risk of homelessness are extremely vulnerable during these times.

They have no way to "stock up" on extra food, toilet paper and medicine. Many have no choice but to access crowded and busy food banks and soup kitchens.

People living in poverty and homelessness in Montreal need you more than ever. During this pandemic period, Accueil Bonneau is there for them by continuing to offer a meal in the form of a lunch box every day, 7 days a week!

We are counting on people like you to support us in these challenging times.

Make a donation today to help us, help them

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COVID-19 Questions and Answers at Accueil Bonneau or how to help us help them?

On behalf of Accueil Bonneau, we would like to thank you for your help, your encouragement and your generous donations.

We are going through a very difficult period, but thanks to your solidarity with our mission and your generosity, Accueil Bonneau continues its daily support for people who are homeless or at risk of being homeless in Montreal. Your acts of kindness and compassion give us all hope.

To do social work, you have to count on people who are committed to improving the lives of the most vulnerable. We are blessed to have exceptional staff here at Accueil Bonneau, through their commitment and dedication.

We would like to congratulate our provincial and federal governments as well as the City of Montreal for their actions and interventions, which are essential for these people with precarious employment and housing conditions.

We would also like to offer thanks to those in health services, working extremely hard on the front lines for all of our care.

For our loyal donors and collaborators, here are answers to some frequently asked questions: