CM Group for Resilience Montreal

Christina Miller Group for Resilience Montreal

As we head into the winter season, the Christina Miller Real Estate Group has decided to come together to collect warm clothing, socks, blankets, toiletries and food for Resilience Montreal.

Resilience Montreal is a non-profit day shelter situated on the corner of Atwater and Sainte Catherine, offering food, a place to sleep, clean clothes, and support to anyone in need. For several decades, Cabot Square in Montreal has been a gathering place for indigenous people, especially Inuit, and Resilience Montreal is always there to provide shelter, food, support, love safety and community.

We will be collecting the donations at our office in Westmount (326 Victoria Avenue) and then we will deliver it all to the Resilience drop-off location.
We encourage you to join us by dropping off your donation and signing our community gift card. Together we can make a difference!


  • + All participant service are delivered in Cabot Square 7 days a week.
  • + A rest area is available at Dawson College for participants throughout the day.
  • + All donations and deliveries are accepted in our building at 4000 Saint-Catherine West (the front door is permanently closed, please use back door entrance).
  • + Donations are accepted everyday of the week 9 am to 2 pm. At this point we do not have the capacity for pick ups but the COVID Support groups on social media have been a great source or people needing to deliver their donations to Resilience Montreal.


Resilience Montreal address is:
4000 Saint-Catherine West
Westmount, Quebec
H3Z 1P1

Christina Miller Group address is:
326 Victoria Ave
Westmount, Quebec
H3Z 2M8


At this point we have had a outpouring of new volunteers, to be manage all the new volunteers we are asking interested individuals to email our volunteer coordinator Hannah at


We have been requesting for those that want to prepare meals to cook meals that can be easily made in bulk (usually enough for 20 serving or more) that are portioned and distributed for our participants. In practise chili, rice, and soup seem to work best for people donating and for us to portion and distribute. We are also doing a special call out for prepared meat thats can be used to make stews, burritos and shepherds pie.

Sandwiches are always appreciated. They can be any type you want but ideally should be individually wrapped and come with a card with what is in them.


There is an ongoing need for donations. There is a exceptional need for the following donations:


  • + Underwear & Socks
  • + Coats (S, M, L, XL)
  • + Boots, Shoes (Common sizes W: 7 to 9 M: 9 to 12)
  • + Sweat pants, Jeans (L & XL / M: 32 to 36 W: 28 to 32)
  • + Sweaters, shirts (M & L)

Other items:

  • + Blankets (No bedding)


  • + Razors
  • + Toothbrushes / toothpaste
  • + Feminine hygiene products
  • + Soap

*Note: Our services are for street involved and homeless adults, donations of children’s clothes may be better suited at organizations that work with children.


To donate online please visit:

The Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal is our fiduciary as so all funds flow through them. After making the online donation please email Nakuset, their director, at The email should include the date and amount and that you would like it earmarked for Resilience Montreal.

Alternatively, to make a cash donation it can be dropped off at Resilience Montreal (Tax receipts can not be made for cash donations), donation by check you can make it out to the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal with Resilience Montreal written in the memo line and either drop it off at Resilience or mailed it to:
P.O. Box 183
Station St. Jacques
H3C 2S1