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B’nai Brith Canada has introduced a new feature that is being posted regularly at This feature allows us to pay tribute and express gratitude to exceptional volunteers who have given their time and energy to further the missions of our grassroots, human-rights organization. We are grateful and proud of PEOPLE HELPING PEOPLE.

Our current tribute is to Joanne Cutler.

Joanne Cutler is a mother, singer, author, artist, philanthropist and Chair of B’nai Brith Quebec’s Community Volunteer Services (CVS). A native Montrealer, Joanne has been involved with B’nai Brith Canada for seven years and, this past February, received the Volunteer of the Year award from the city of Côte Saint-Luc, where she lives. “I just love to be part of a group. And I really, really love to help people,” Joanne explained.


“If I’m not for myself, who is is for me? But if I am for my own self, what am I? And if not now, when?” – Pirkei Avot, Ethics of the Fathers 1:14

B’nai Brith is nothing without its volunteers. We offer meaningful opportunities to help improve the lives of those less fortunate, and to work with our expert staff combating antisemitism and racism.

Register your interest to volunteer

B’nai Brith has a wide variety  of volunteer opportunities across Canada.  Please tell us more about yourself, your skills, interests and availability. We strive to match skill sets with meaningful volunteer opportunities.

miri levitt, winnipeg