Mada Community Centre is proud to be celebrating 30 years of sharing and caring for the community—thanks to our extended family of volunteers, donors and partners.
Powered by unconditional kindness and the belief that we are all family, Mada Centre supports Montrealers in need through the provision of free, nutritious, kosher food and related supports in a dignified manner.
For over 30 years, volunteer-based Mada Community Centre has been nourishing humankindness, evolving to become a leading source of food security in the community—with uncommon dignity. Learn how we lovingly serve over 5,000 families a year through meal delivery, a reliably-stocked foodbank including home essentials and fresh produce, as well as through support and crisis services. Mada is more than food. It is love.Watch now
of food and products delivered to families in 2022
worth of food and products provided annually
In 2022, Mada embarked on a significant strategic development process, including the creation of an evolved brand identity. The new logo design proudly evokes the core and promise of the organization—rooted in chesed, a love and kindness that is central to all our actions and outcomes. Stay tuned as we roll-out this modernized look over the next several months!
With the High Holidays in full swing we have many meal and/or volunteer options for you to choose from!Learn more
Thanks to an oversized refrigerated space, our clients in need can now choose from even more pallets of fresh, in-season fruits and vegetables every week. Given the rising cost of groceries, preparing nutritious meals at home just got easier and more accessible, as part of our weekly Chez Makolet foodbank services.
Spreading kindness far and wide is part of the driving force behind the opening of two Mada satellite locations: in the West Island of Montreal and in Ottawa, our first out-of-province locale, in partnership with Chabad of Ottawa. Now serving dinners, delivering meals and proudly connecting with a broader community.Learn more
“What sets Mada apart is their can-do attitude. Nothing is too big or too impossible when answering the question: ‘What else can we do?’. They always find a way with the resources they have, and do it with a focus on dignity."