To empower the community of Little Burgundy by offering programs designed to promote self-reliance, mutual aid and fulfillment through education, cultural, social, employment and recreational programs, providing individuals and families with encouragement, tools, opportunities and support.
To help develop the community of Little Burgundy and to work with community partners to enhance the cultural, social, economic and environmental well-being of the community.
To be a presence to the community of Little Burgundy and accompany its people through their struggles and successes.
Our vision is for a community where:
Located in the South West of Montreal, five minutes from the downtown core, Little Burgundy is a vibrant and diverse community, and a great place to live. However, it does face challenges related to poverty, racism and gentrification.
Shauna Joyce ,
514 931-6265 ext. 33
514 931-6265 ext. 35
Joanna Kolb ,
Early Childhood and Families Director
514 931-6265 ext. 29
Dane Savoury ,
Children, Youth and Families Director
514 931-6265 ext. 26
Natalie Miron ,
Adult Development Department Director
514 931-6265 ext. 20
Steven Valin ,
Family Support Worker
514 931-6265 ext. 22
Brandon Poirier ,
514 931-6265 ext. 28
Brandon Poirier & Amber Kerr-Bates ,
514 931-6265 ext. 31
Jacqueline Mitchell ,
514 931-6265 ext. 40
Tina Naim ,
514 931-6265 ext. 35
Lorne Steinberg - Chair
Eli Pichelli - Vice-Chair
Anthony Marinelli - Treasurer
Michael Bucheit - Director
Debra Dennis - Secretary and Community Representative
Cynthia Fish - Director
Betty Goldwarg - Director and Chair of the Programs Committee
Michael Hiles - Director
Robert Johnson - Director
Jessica Marrone - Director and Chair of the Special Events Committee
Angela Meo - Director
Ron O'Connell - Director
The function of the board of directors of Tyndale St-Georges is to consider and advise on strategies and programs for the furtherance of the organization’s objectives, to provide guidance to the Executive Director, to provide oversight of the finances of Tyndale St-Georges and to insure that the principles upon which the organization was founded are respected.
Each board member has the following responsibilities:
Board meetings last about 2 hours and are generally held in the early evening on the last Monday of each month from September to June. Committee meetings are held when needed, usually monthly, and may last 1 hour. Therefore board members can expect to spend at least 30 hours per year on Tyndale's work.