Community Connections

Connecting with cultural organizations in our host communities has always been very important to us. Our aim is to incorporate them into the Repercussion family by showcasing them to as many of our tour locations as possible. By doing so, we help them promote their mission, giving them a forum to connect with our established audiences while bringing new faces to the cultural experience of Shakespeare-in-the-Park. Find out more information on an individual organization by clicking their logo below.

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The Yellow Door’s mission has been to empower youth to engage in community projects that promote social inclusion, combat transgenerational urban isolation, and spark positive societal change.

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What does the Agapè Centre do? We feed people. Agapè is the largest food bank and soup kitchen program in Cornwall, Ontario. We provide emergency food relief and clothes for those who need it most.

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Tri-County Literacy Council (TCLC) specializes in addressing adult literacy needs in the Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry counties of Ontario.

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The West Island Mission makes a difference in the lives of people who struggle with poverty in the West Island of Montreal by providing food assistance and other related aid.

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Visions Camp is a non-profit organisation for teenagers aged 14 to 18. Created in 1981 under Camp Pathways, it has continued the long standing tradition of providing a positive camp experience in the Catholic faith to all teenagers.

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Deeply rooted in Quebec for over 165 years, through our actions and thanks to your generosity, we help people to adopt healthy lifestyles, develop and have a greater sense of belonging to your community

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The TMR Volunteer Centre was founded in 2000; It is a non-profit organization created to offer services that complement existing resources, specifically to meet needs that require mutual aid, a kind ear or an attentive presence for seniors as well as for people temporarily or permanently in need.

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The NDG Food Depot has been a collaborative community leader in food security working to reduce hunger, poverty and social isolation for 30 years We bring people together to grow, cook, share and advocate for good, healthy food for all

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The Yellow Door’s mission has been to empower youth to engage in community projects that promote social inclusion, combat transgenerational urban isolation, and spark positive societal change.

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The LaSalle Boys and Girls Club of LaSalle is a non-profit organization that has been operating for 38 years with children and youth aged 0 to 18 and their families to develop their full potential by offering quality programs.

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The mission of the Maison Ronde Café is to promote social diversity and the empowerment of Indigenous peoples through a social economy project.

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The Quebec Drama Federation exists to support English-language theatre companies, artists and their artistic expressions in Quebec. This support manifests itself through leadership, collaborations with partners and stakeholders in the community, promotion of the artists and companies, professional development and identification of the role of theatre in the community at large. It also provides resources and means through which success and recognition of English-language theatre companies and artists in Quebec, to the rest of Canada and on an international scale, is achieved..