Town of Mount-Royal welcomes more and more young families, and it is with the involvement of everyone that a gathering of parents is transformed into a united and dynamic community. Family support, self-help and discussions, activities and workshops are on the agenda.
APMR, founded in 1973, aims to ensure the well-being of the children of Town of Mount-Royal in terms of education and to ensure collective representation of their parents. A non-profit organization runs exclusively by volunteers, the APMR offers a variety of services, including the list of caregivers, conferences, social events, and several other activities for families.
The board of directors
Made up of dedicated volunteers
Committees have been formed within the Board to better address the interests of our members
Public relations and affairs
Represent Mont Royal families in educational, municipal, provincial and federal issues. Mainly work with the city and schools to improve the services offered to families.
Sponsorships and membership
Collaborate with new and current sponsors and partners to finance our activities and operations. Recruitment of new members and ensure satisfaction of current members.
Keep members up to date with activities, current projects and progress of issues taken on. Increase the visibility and influence of the APMR while listening to members.
Organisation of events and activities, create opportunities to come together (including virtually) and bond between families.
Finance and administration
Ensure sound management of operations and finances, preparation of budgets, accounting and legal aspects.
Automation of processes, improvement of communication platforms and mediums from an IT perspective and continue the technological shift of APMR.
Facebook page management, including posts and publications, and ensure code of conduct compliance.