Children now

Two words that defines the importance of children for a society. This youth represent the future of our society and we must give them the best conditions possible to grow, to flourish in life. This is why our goal is to propel the cause of the family by concentrating on social problems such as divorce, poverty, school dropout, street gangs, environment, delinquency, health and family mediation. We offer consultation services, assistance and support to people with family issues. We also organize activities for underprivileged children all year long.

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Latest news

2018 Easter Parties for more than 700 children

Montreal, March 29th 2018 and Quebec, Monday March 26th 2018— Children Now hosted its Easter Parties for more than 700 under privileged children. The children aged from 4 to 6 years of age enjoyed a Easter dinner and were entertained by music, dance and animated Easter characters. We would like to take this opportunity to... Read more »

Getting ready for summer!

For most of us, when we think of summer we think of holidays, escape, rest, laughter and relaxation, but for many children from low-income families, may they be in Quebec City or Montreal, they think of “exclusion” and “monotony” because they are often left on their own in conditions that are not conducive to their... Read more »

A Christmas to remember!

Last December 18th and 20th, Children Now invited more than 700 underprivileged children and their companions to its traditional Christmas Show, presented in Quebec City and Montreal. This event was to give all children the chance to live the magic of Christmas, and it couldn’t be possible without the involvement of our many partners. We... Read more »

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