Can the CBC Montreal Do Crew help you?

Are you part of a non-profit or a not-for-profit organization such as a charity, community group or school? Do you have a project or an event where you need some help? The CBC Montreal Do Crew wants to hear from you.

Know a non-profit or a not-for-profit organization that needs help? Call the Do Crew!

The CBC Montreal Do Crew has helped more than 30 organizations since the summer of 2013. (Johanna Tzountzouris/CBC Communications)

Are you part of a non-profit or a not-for-profit organization such as a charity, community group or school?  Do you have a project or an event where you need some help?  

Since the summer of 2013, the CBC Montreal Do Crew has helped over 30 organizations with hands-on, roll-up-your-sleeves work. From serving at a wine-tasting fundraiser to mucking out a barn for rescue horses and cleaning toys at a community centre, our volunteers (made up of staff and avid audience members) are ready to help.

Do Crew cleaning up outside On Rock Community Services (Andrew Eusebio/CBC)

Need the Do Crew to help you?

If there is a job or event happening that you think the Do Crew should be part of, let us know.

In order for the event, fundraiser or activity to be eligible for help from the Do Crew, it must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a non-profit or not-for-profit organization on the island of Montreal

  • Be in need of hands-on help

  • Need the help of 8 to 15 volunteers for an activity that will last 2 to 4 hours (exceptions will be considered)

  • To submit a request for Do Crew help, please fill out the following form: CBC Montreal Do Crew: Charity Application

If you have any questions, please send an e-mail to mtlcomm@cbc.ca.

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