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Aux sources du Bassin de Chambly helps, supports and accompanies families and individuals with a view to developing autonomy in terms of food and material security.


Free national program for young Canadians aged 12 to 18 who want to participate in fun, stimulating and rewarding activities. Its objective is to develop the qualities of leadership, committed and active citizenship in young people as well as to promote physical fitness, all in an environment that fosters an interest in the land, naval and air activities of the Canadian Armed Forces.


Le Grain d’Sel is a self-help center that fights against poverty and social exclusion by supporting the development of food and economic autonomy for families. All our actions are carried out to offer support to people in difficulty. Solidarity, respect and compassion are the values ​​that transcend our actions.


Since its founding in 1978, the South Shore Volunteer Center (CBRS) has had the mission of promoting and developing quality volunteerism with a view to community support.


The Knights of Columbus is an apolitical charitable organization that has worked in the Quebec community for over 125 years. Always ready to intervene with the most disadvantaged in society, they are grateful for the financial support they can receive from certain collaborators who thus enable them to set up projects that help the most vulnerable citizens.

Over the years, RCL Auclair 121 has contributed in multiple ways to charities and youth associations throughout the territory covered by the legion either through donations, various support or services, or providing use of our facility. 


The following organizations are being supported by the legion mostly through financial contributions.  Simply click on the pictures to access their sites and find out more.

The legion helps and support our community 

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