The Values Remain at the PAQ

by sophiaroseglt on April 10, 2014 - 5:49pm

                As team-mates, my partner and I will be going to the Projet Autochtone du Québec (PAQ) in Montreal’s Chinatown in order to devote our time to the homeless aboriginal who seek shelter and food. Although over the years the PAQ struggled with financial difficulties due to high demands, it kept its core values providing a safe and friendly environment that would allow personal growth and a place to not feel threaten. After reading the article on the PAQ, it is clear that the organization want to offer a clean location to his native clients that are mostly from the northern regions. Both the capacity and emergency counselling/help needed by the first nations attending the shelter has increased by 20% in the last year. As team-mates, my partner and I will be going to the Projet Autochtone du Québec (PAQ) in Montreal’s Chinatown in order to devote our time to the homeless aboriginal who seek shelter and food. Although over the years the PAQ struggled with financial difficulties due to high demands, it kept its core values providing a safe and friendly environment that would allow personal growth and a place to not feel threaten. After reading the article on the PAQ, it is clear that the organization want to offer a clean location to his native clients that are mostly from the northern regions. Both the capacity and emergency counselling/help needed by the first nations attending the shelter has increased by 20% in the last year. 

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I am anticipating researching PAQ in further detail and seeing how the organization can better meet the needs of community members and obtain their goals.

I found this very interesting and I am looking forward to researching this further.