Last June we launched TOHU's Net, our new philanthropic program that will support TOHU and our community. A safety net, a social net, a net to bounce back. Above all, a net that can be deployed when the need arises.
The net is TOHU's donor community that mobilizes to support the organization's social mission, in order to face the unpredictable, with resilience and flexibility. It is a safety net intertwined with solidarity and support, there to respond to new needs, one donation at a time. After all, TOHU is a non-profit organization that is very involved in its community!
Because this is where TOHU is rooted. When TOHU opened its doors in 2004, Saint-Michel’s residents warmly welcomed us. In return, we integrated to our mission, continuous support to the revitalization of the neighborhood. Each action we take aims to support our neighbors. With the current crisis, we want to improve our relationships with the community and nurture the precious ties we have forged with them.
It is a series of actions that encourages conversations and encounters between citizens and culture. For over 15 years, with our partners’ financial support, TOHU has been implementing support, creation, education and intervention resources for the population of the Saint-Michel district, especially its children, as well as for all Montrealers. Normally, 8,200 people take part in guided tours organized by TOHU’s educational services and more than 3,100 students from primary and secondary schools who come to attend of our shows.
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2345, rue Jarry Est,
Montréal (Québec) H1Z 4P3