“It helps us to learn from each other and to learn what is different, and in the end that we are all the same.”

Mwando Mubanga with Victoria Webster


“We usually make a whole bunch of cookies for the hospitality. And then you hand them out at the food bank.”

Sue Allen and Annette Kuhn


Creating a world where everyone belongs

Across Canada and around the world, L’Arche creates communities of friendship and belonging. In L’Arche, people with and without intellectual disabilities live, work, learn, and grow together. L’Arche demonstrates that when persons with intellectual disabilities take their place at the table, they contribute to a more just, compassionate, and vibrant world for all.


Hearts and Hands, the creative arts space of L’Arche Antigonish, is promoting creative expression, belonging, and inclusion in Nova Scotia through community arts.
Tiana really liked Gil’s slideshow and she wondered what he would think of her photos. So, naturally, we went to the man himself to get his reaction as he watched Tiana’s slideshow.
L’Arche Uganda farm area at Thomas House, Creative Connections Program at L’Arche St. John, L’Arche Mauricie’s Atelier Vire-Vent, “Our Coffeehouse” at L’Arche Calgary, L’Arche Sudbury: Sage and Time, and the Foundation’s new Card Service.
Experience community with Sabine as she describes her life with the members of her home in Cape Breton.