Traffic Tech

Traffic Tech has grown into one of North America’s leading logistics providers and offers a full suite of supply chain and transportation solutions, worldwide international service distribution, warehousing, freight management and supply chain consulting. Traffic Tech been a tremendous support to BBBSWI throughout the years, by participating in and donating to our various fundraisers. If that wasn’t enough, Traffic Tech has recently donated office space, in their glorious new building, to BBBSWI. This rent-free space will help us to invest even more into helping children in the community through our traditional and in-school programs.

Value Village 

Value Village is on a mission to create a better world through reuse by inspiring local communities to donate reusable items to local nonprofits instead of throwing them in the trash. Through its commitment to sustainability, Value Village has become one of the largest recyclers of used goods in the world, keeping more than 700 million pounds of reusable items from landfills each year. We are partnered with Value Village’s West Island store, which means Value Village pays to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of West Island when goods are donated at the store’s on-site Community Donation Centre, whether the items make it to the sales floor or not. When members of the West Island community donate, they are not only giving their goods a second life, they are turning those goods into a sustainable source of funding to support our mission.

West Island Community Shares

West Island Community Shares is an important partner for Big Brothers Big Sisters of West Island. Last year we had the privilege of receiving a donation of $38,000 from WICS as a result of their fundraising efforts. They are committed to raising funds for West Island charities that offer vital services and programs.


Health and social service agencies of the province of Quebec recognize the vital contribution of community organizations to the improvement of the health and welfare of the population. They recognize that, as a result of social services and health services in the public system, community organizations make an original and essential contribution that deserves support from the government. We are appreciative of their support of $12,500 last year to help us run our mentoring programs.

Community Partners

The Tenaquip Foundation


SNAP/Family Resource Centre


Montreal Gazette

Laurentide Controls

OLD NAVY Vaudreuil

FedEx Ground

Beaconsfield Men’s Slo-Pitch


Winners Kirkland

Dreams Take Flight

Employees of Telus, Telus Koodo

Eric T. Webster

The Gap Laval and Fairview

Global TV

Jack Astor’s Dorval

JP Colter Family Foundation


Crown Ring

Laurus Summer Camp

SportLife Daycamps


Mayor Jim Beis and the City of Pierrefonds

UPS Droval

Centreville Volkswagen

Pointe Claire Oldtimers Hockey Club

Promo Avenue

Blue Collar Electric

Michael St-Jules Memorial Fund

The City of Beaconsfield

The City of Pointe Claire

The City of Dollard des Ormeaux

The City of Kirkland

The Montreal Alouettes

The Morris & Rosalind Goodman Family

The Suburban

Khalsa Aid

Becket Players

West Island Community Cares

Learn More

To learn more please refer to our annual reports. click here