What if your donations became a drive for inclusion?
idAction Mobile is the Food Truck that has been feeding the spirit of the Montrealers that are most at risk of exclusion for more than 7 years, carrying books, sketchbooks and pencils as an excuse for meeting and discussing, outside of our full speed daily lives.
We need you to continue to build bridges between people who do not know each other and might never have talked to each others without it.
We need $15,000 to ride and unfold our activities throught the city in the next year. We need you to continue to create the magic.
Your donations will be the driving force behind this meal-on-wheel of another kind, and thanks to them, we will continue to take the road towards inclusion.
idAction Mobile is a cultural and philosophical caravan that roams the streets of Montreal and is aimed at its citizens, particularly those that are homeless (youth, Aboriginals). It carries on board a library, magazines, art and writing materials that serve to create a pretext for opening dialogues.
The caravan is an egalitarian space for exchanges: it promotes the reawakening of the creative and reflexive potential of participants to prevent and fight against the exclusion of a marginalized population. Actually, this is a variation on four wheels of our idAction program.
Each outing, our team is both composed of a facilitator -philosopher or artist- and a volunteer.
- Rise awareness of social issues
- Pass along reflexive tools
- Spark civic and cultural action
IDACTION MOBILE IN VIDEO
"La caravane philosophique", in the show Second Regard on Radio Canada (February 2014)
– Nadia Duguay, in the show Second Regard
4 outings per week (Hochelaga, Plateau-Mont-Royal, Ville-Marie, Le Sud-Ouest, Montréal-Nord)
1000 participants each year
2900 books in circulation
700 pairs of glasses distributed
2000 notebooks distributed
10 cultural events each year (Journée du poème à porter, CADOS, Différents comme tout le monde, FIL, Nuit des sans-abri, ATSA...)
Discover idAction Mobile through eyes of two talented photographers: