Selon la Fédération CJA (cliquez ici)cliquez ici):
- Il y a 18,130 Juifs qui vivent sous le seuil de pauvreté à Montréal. Les pauvres comprennent 20% de la population Juive totale, 90,780, dans la communauté
- Le pourcentage de gens économiquement défavorisé continue à augmenter dans la communauté Juive à Montréal. En 1981, il y avait 15,5 % de pauvre, comparé à 17,7 % en 1991, 18,6 % en 2001 et 20 % en 2011.
MADA s'engage à confronter cette pauvreté qui continue à grandir.
MADA en un Coup d'Oeil
In 2019, MADA’s kitchen served meals:
- 80,000 main cafeteria meals;
- 36,400 Repas cafétérias à distance
- 44,100 Repas Shabbat-à-Partager
- 16,200 Repas cafétéria mobile;
- 20,020 Repas à emporter ou livraison à domicile;
- 2,500 Repas du Seder de Pâques à 10 endroits à Montréal;
- 2,500 Repas de Fête de Rosh Hashanah à 10 endroits à Montréal.
In 2019, MADA’s food bank distributed:
- 129,480 Paniers alimentaires mensuels + de Fêtes
- 13,681,860 livres de nourriture
- $2,250,000 de nourritures, produits nettoyage et articles d'hygiène personnels, à d'autres organisations
In 2019, MADA’s clothing and furniture depots distributed:
- 139,125 morceaux de vêtements
- 2,782 pièces de meubles
Notre but pour l'avenir est de répondre aux nombres des demandes, pour vue que personne ne se laissse oublié.
When COVID approached, we took a survey of our clients and discovered that many were not leaving their homes to get groceries or meals and were in desperate need of food delivered to their homes. Many could also no longer afford to eat healthy meals due to their situation.
As a result, in early 2020, MADA created the Meals-A-Partager program, so people could get 6-days worth of prepared nutritious meals, delivered directly to their homes.
As one client wrote:
MADA West Island
MADA learned, through discussion with its clients, that many of its clients, and people in need, were in the West Island but found it too far to come to the MADA location on Decarie. As a result, The West Island MADA location was opened in late 2020 and started serving meals for pick up. In 2021 it continues providing meals and fresh produce to clients once every week. We also started giving clients the option to pick up their monthly “Chez Makolet” orders from there and have volunteers pick up the Shabbat to “Share and “Meals à Partager” boxes to deliver from there if they live closer to that location, making it more convenient all around!
We have learned that clients would like to have new good quality clothes for respect and dignity so we have has a few clothing giveaways of brand new quality clothes in 2020.
We are constantly listening to our clients’ needs and adapting to provide them. We are all family.