Kids & Art uses the power of the arts and creativity to mitigate stress, anxiety, and trauma induced from diagnosis and treatment of pediatric cancer and other critical medical conditions. Through our Amaeyzing ArtKit™ programs, we provide art experiences directly to pediatric patients and families in person and online, as well as through hospitals and […]
FREE ARTS NYC empowers youth from underserved communities through art and mentoring programs to develop their creativity, confidence, and skills to succeed.
The Calgary Pregnancy Care Centre is a non-profit charity offering pregnancy and family support for those in challenging situations.We provide material help – maternity and child (to 2 yrs primarily)clothing along with any other pregnancy related items we have on hand (when requested). We offer both peer and professional (at no charge) counselling. We offer […]
Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. In the U.S. and around the world, they work every day to give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. When crisis strikes, and children are most vulnerable, Save the Children are always among the first to respond and […]
In 1980 a group of young moms recognized that Oakville needed a place where parents could meet friends, share their stories, and learn more about parenting. A place that was healthy, safe and offered quality activities and programs for young children. This group of volunteer parents created a special place and called it Oakville Parent-Child […]
At YSM, we recognize each and every one of the 500,000 people experiencing poverty in Toronto has immense value. As a local development agency, all our resources and energy are focused on responding to immediate needs, while also helping community members move from surviving to thriving. We believe if we combine our collective resources and […]
Wood’s Homes is a children’s mental health centre. We provide treatment and support to children, youth and families with mental health needs.
The Women’s Multicultural Resource and Counselling Centre of Durham Region is a Registered Charitable Organization, dedicated to providing specialized counselling and support to women of all ages and their families, from diverse backgrounds, to eradicate violence, rebuild their lives, and enable them to become contributing and valued members of society. The organization was founded in […]
Empower Youth Live The Dream Services is a grass root organization founded to make every dream count and to counter every dream killer in the lives of our youth. Dreams like self-esteem, resilience, confidence, being focused, graduating from school or trade, avoiding life distraction, pursuing desired sports or arts of choice, becoming other youth mentors […]
A place of welcome, safety, and support for refugees. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto just minutes from Christie/Bloor in the Annex, Christie Refugee Welcome Centre (CRWC) has provided emergency shelter and a warm welcome for refugee families from all ethnic, racial or religious backgrounds for more than two decades. Approximately 300 homeless refugee […]
I would like to introduce you to Launch Point CDC, Inc (Community Development Center and resources that provide job skills training, employment assistance and support services for individuals. Launch Point CDC,Inc. a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, since 1993, has been actively supporting the needs of disadvantage families and underserved communities in the Houston Harris County areas. […]
University Settlement is a charity that offers a wide range of day care and children’s programming, settlement and social services, English language training, seniors programs, and recreation facilities and activities, including the Music & Arts School at University Settlement, the oldest community music school in Toronto. Many of our programs are offered free of charge. […]
We are a national charitable organization devoted to providing free camp experiences and year-round programming for children with cancer and blood disorders. We are a volunteer driven national charitable organization that provides free uplifting camp experiences for children affected by cancer and blood disorders
Kinbridge Community Association is a community based organization that works to build capacity in the people we serve. As a grass roots organization we strive to develop and run programs that serve the needs of our community as identified by our community. Through participation in our programs people are able to get their needs met, […]
Kayla’s Children Centre (KCC) is a school, therapy clinic, and recreational centre for infants, children, and teens with disabilities, behavioural challenges, and complex medical needs. KCC was founded in May 2017 as the result of the merger of Zareinu Educational Centre of Metropolitan Toronto (founded in 1989) and Project AIM Programs (founded in 2007). Both […]
The Six Nations of the Grand River Social Services Department is mandated to serve our Nation by providing assistance in a non-adversarial, cooperative manner, which draws upon, supports and strengthens the family- based obligations and traditions of caring, sharing, mutual respect, healing and harmony that are rooted in and inseparable from our culture. The Social […]
The YMCA of Greater Toronto is a charity tackling the most critical social issues in the GTA. For more than 170 years, we have been supporting communities with services and programs to boost well-being. In a typical year, our YMCA addresses the physical, social, and mental aspects of well-being through 700,000+ connections with youth, families […]
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WeTogether is a non-profit organization that helps low-income families in Jane and Finch area, Toronto. We provide soccer club, wind orchestra club, and free online tutoring for children. We also hold a food bank every week for low-income families. We are currently gathering donations for Back to School Package.
HELPING KIDS RETURN TO SCHOOL… POST COVID We’re getting ready for our annual ‘Back to School BBQ,’ where we’ll be handing out backpacks full with school supplies to North York families in need. For elementary students, we will provide them with a nice backpack stocked with school essentials, masks, snacks, a water bottle, dental kits, […]
City Dream Centre provides practical help through education, training, counselling, school support, hunger and dental relief programs. They help the marginalized find hope and give them a place where they are seen and accepted. City Dream Centre is a place where Hope Dignity and Value exist for everyone. Current operations include the Adopt-a-School program that […]
Sheen for She has a mission to address and prevent physical and mental health issues faced by women dealing with socioeconomic crisis due to violence, homelessness and drug addiction. We do so by providing medical esthetics, self-defence/fitness training, self-care workshops for professional and personal grooming, and group support programs. Sheen for She believes that self-care […]
Lennox & Addington Interval House offers a continuum of shelter and community services to abused women and their children. Engaging our community, we provide safety, support and practical assistance through the following programs: Shelter, Crisis Line, Children’s Services, Transitional Services (Women and Youth), Emergency Accommodations, Communal Living and Outreach programs.
When you rise to the challenge and partner with LOFT, you’re supporting the long-term health and well-being of some of the most vulnerable people in your community. You will be making the greatest possible impact because LOFT is one of the top mental health and supportive housing providers in Ontario, and the fastest growing healthcare […]
We are a youth group from Alexandra Park, we formed to help support youth in the community and give them opportunities that we did not have.
Saskatoon Public Schools Foundation (SPSF) is an independent charity working in partnership with Saskatoon Public Schools to support students, schools, and teachers with a focus on literacy, wellness, and innovation while recognizing the vital role that public education plays in our society.
We are a non profit older adult centre that runs a community Food Bank.
The Empty Stocking Fund (ESF) brings joy to the lives of disadvantaged children by providing toys and gifts during the holiday season and other core essential supplies throughout the year to support positive social and emotional development and academic success. Through relationships with wholesale distributors and in-kind donations from trusted corporations, the Empty Stocking Fund […]
Your Neighbor’s House, a non-profit community food pantry located in Whitesboro, TX, provides food assistance to families in the West Grayson County area. Your Neighbor’s House provides more than 227,300 lbs of food a year to families in West Grayson County. Food items are purchased from North Texas Food Bank and the Food Pantry also […]
For over 25 years, Resource Assistance for Youth, Inc. (RaY) has been empowering youth with support, education, and resources to empower marginalized and street-entrenched youth to make informed choices that will improve their quality of life. RaY utilizes a non-judgmental approach based on the principles of harm reduction to employ a variety of relevant programs […]
At the Community Center of St. Bernard, we believe that having access to nutritious food is a top priority. We are committed to responding to the needs of our community through our Food Pantry. We value and respect every client that comes through our doors. We are here for you.
Jewish Family and Child Service is a multi-service agency that strengthens and supports individuals, children, families and communities by increasing safety and security, improving mental health and wellness and reducing the effects of poverty, within the context of Jewish values. Our Vision A resilient community where hope, dignity, diversity and humanity thrive. Our Mission A […]
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The Denise House exists to provide a safe, supportive and inclusive environment to abused women and their children in Durham Region and strives to provide integrated, anti-racist, anti-oppression services to empower the diversity of all women to choose their own future. The Denise House further exists to educate the public at large about issues resulting […]
Children are the future of tomorrow. My wife and I, decided to help some kids in Haiti; a country where the majority of the kids are hopeless. They don’t have a family financially capable to provide them with the minimum for basic life. This year, we decided to send school supplies for about 120 children […]
We are an at-risk high school for students who have been expelled from Milwaukee public schools for behavioral issues. 99% of our students come from homes living at or below the poverty line, 80% of which are single parent households, and many of the rest are in non-parent situations like relatives or group homes, and […]
Beginnings Family Services Care Centres is a non-profit, faith-based agency whose mission is to provide services related to pregnancy and parenting to clients of all ethnic backgrounds, religious affiliations and walks of life. We exist to build strong families in our community. We do so by nurturing compassionate and non-judgmental relationships with individuals and families […]
In Canada, The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services program began in December 1917 in response to the Halifax Explosion, a maritime disaster in Halifax, Nova Scotia which killed approximately 2,000 people and injured an estimated 9,000 others. The Salvation Army dispatched personnel from across the country to assist with relief efforts which lasted for months. […]
Atikameksheng Anishnawbek are descendants of the Ojibway, Algonquin and Odawa Nations. In 1850, Chief Shawenekezhik, on behalf of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek signed the Robinson-Huron Treaty granting the British Crown and their people (Royal Subjects) a right to occupy and share the lands of the Anishnawbek. The First Nation is located approximately 19 km west of […]
Big Brothers Big Sisters provides direct service to children by matching volunteers and youth in quality mentoring relationships. Our agency staff members are experts at screening volunteers and matching them with a mentee having similar interests. We serve children and youth throughout Pictou and Antigonish counties to ensure they reach their potential. Our mission is […]
Mamas for Mamas is a national charity that provides a hand up to Mamas and families in need. We help provide daily necessities like clothing, food, diapers, formula and much more. I thought becoming a mama would give me instant access to this village of mama bears looking after each other. I was sorely disappointed. […]
TNO – THE NEIGHBOURHOOD ORGANIZATION is a community-based, multi-service agency providing a wide range of community services since 1985. We are a non-profit, registered charity Our programs, services & activities support low-income, marginalized and newcomer communities across Toronto in more than 50 languages and at no cost. Our central locations are in Thorncliffe Park, Flemingdon […]
We are a student-led nonprofit organization fighting against period poverty. Period poverty refers to the lack of access to not only period products and menstrual hygiene education but also to a lack of access to basic sanitation services or hygiene products. Therefore, we strive to make period products and hygiene products readily accessible to those […]
We commit to Muskoka’s young people that we will be leaders in providing them with the highest quality, volunteer-based mentoring programs. We currently provide mentoring services through Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Big Couples, In-School Mentoring, and PRISM Programs for at-risk youth ages 6-16. The Big Brothers mentoring program provides boys and young men with a […]
COMMUNITIES IN SCHOOLS WORK DIRECTLY INSIDE SCHOOLS, BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS THAT EMPOWER STUDENTS TO SUCCEED INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM. Students who drop out are more likely to earn thousands less in salaries, live in poverty, suffer poor health, enter the criminal system and be dependent on government and social services. The cost to our community […]
We invest in communities. We are strategic about how and where your dollars are invested, and it’s our job to make sure the money goes where it’s needed most. Whether funding programs that teach conflict resolution skills to a high-risk family, enable a senior to live independently or help a high school student stay in […]
Dixon Hall’s Seniors department offers a wide range of programs and services to ensure seniors and adults living with a disability or illness can continue to live at home and engage in the community for as long as possible. Through our caring and dedicated staff and volunteers, we provide cost-effective, essential support services to over […]
The Good Guides seeks to develop positive relationship with at-risk communities by connecting with youth and their families through engaging social activities. The Good Guides aims to serve our local community by becoming leaders and working with at-risk youth to enable them to become self-motivated, empowered, and develop strong social skills that will encourage them […]
Emergency homeless shelter for men, includes food, access to clothing and laundry, employment and housing support, assistance applying for Ontario Works, health clinics, mental health and addiction support, life skills training
Raising money for school bag program to help poor kids in my region, but recycling old computers and electronics but with covid people now keep their stuff longer so it’s harder to generate revenue at this time.
VMRTN is an integrated community development and media network set up to cater to the needs of the ever-growing visible minority community in Canada in a culturally sensitive and language-specific manner. Our activities target all segments of the population in all age groups and gender segments. Our media activities include a weekly radio program in […]
Toronto Public Library (TPL) is the world’s busiest urban public library system. We provide free and equitable access to services that meet the changing needs of Torontonians. The Library preserves and promotes universal access to a broad range of human knowledge, experience, information and ideas in a welcoming and supportive environment. TPL is recognized as […]
Emergency services, food, clothing, advice and referrals, funerals, weddings and baby dedications.
Shine Through The Rain does many things but all in the service of one goal. That goal is to help those who are affected by life threatening illnesses. Whether it’s through services or funds, we provide guidance, support, and financial aid to those in need. We help adults, children, and families find the silver lining. […]
Teen groups, messy church events, children’s programs, women’s and men’s groups, community garden, food bank and more.
The Salvation Army Lloydminster, runs a food bank providing the basic necessities to individuals in need in the form of a food hamper. We also provide on a weekly basis, Food kits to Seniors and also Kits Kids to children that primary and middle schools have identified that may not be eating properly over the […]
Jaden Cares is a newly formed 501c3 nonprofit organization. It was created by 10-year-old cancer survivor Jaden to serve the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Our mission is to serve those in need and kids with a life-threatening illnesses.
Jewish Family & Child supports the healthy development of individuals, children, families, and communities through prevention, protection, counselling, education and advocacy services, within the context of Jewish values.
Korah C&VS is a 7-12 school located in the west end of Sault Ste. Marie. We have a blend of students from ELL/ESL, low SES, special education students as well as being an IB world school. The diversity at our school allows us to work with student leaders, community partners, and staff to create programs […]
Light Patrol is an outreach program of Youth Unlimited (Toronto YFC) that responds to the needs of Toronto’s homeless and street-involved youth. Since 2001, Light Patrol has been assisting and guiding these vulnerable young people, helping them transition away from the destructive elements of Toronto’s street life. Light Patrol envisions that all young people in […]
Yellow Brick House is York Region’s largest provider of free and confidential services to women and children experiencing violence and abuse, supporting over 5,500 women and children each year. Yellow Brick House provides four main services including emergency shelters, 24-hour crisis & support line, community counselling & support services, and public education. For more information […]
Heart Beatz Youth Division provides youth services, including after-school programs, a community kitchen, and summer camps. We serve 11-18 years old’s from the low-income “Neighbourhood Improvement Area” (as defined by the City of Toronto) of Eglinton East in Scarborough. We engage youth in sports/physical activities (basketball, soccer, badminton, volleyball, ice skating, swimming, etc.), health & […]
Horizons for Youth provides shelter and supportive programming to homeless youth between the ages of 16-24 years old in Toronto. Our life-changing services are proven to help at-risk youth achieve secure housing, employment, advancements in their education, improved mental health and reconciliation with their caregivers. Since opening our doors in 1994, we have helped thousands […]
At Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital, we care for kids with disabilities, kids needing rehabilitation after illness or trauma, kids whose medical complexity requires a kind of care they can’t get elsewhere.
Hiatus House, located in downtown Windsor, offers emergency shelter to abused women and their children, and specialized counselling services to all family members. Since opening in 1976 as a 9-bed emergency shelter, we have grown to a 42-bed shelter with approximately 50 staff members. Our trained counsellors offer 24 hour/day, 7 day/week counselling for families […]
According to Toronto Public Health (TPH), close to 100 people struggling with homelessness died in Toronto in 2017. On average, that’s close to two deaths a week. Over the past couple of years, homelessness has become a serious issue, especially in our winter months when sleeping rough can become fatal. While shelters are doing their […]
Glowing Hearts Charity is a grassroots, volunteer-led organization working to disrupt the cycle of poverty by empowering children and youth to realize their full potential. We work hard every day to better the lives of children and youth in Simcoe County in low-income households by providing and facilitating access to food, necessities, educational supplies, education-based […]
Green Haven Shelter for Women officially opened its doors on October 4, 1991,… but its seeds were sown more than a dozen years earlier. In the late 1970’s, a small group of citizens met to discuss the need for services in Orillia to support women and children experiencing violence and abuse. Barb Green & Marcia […]
Group Group Youth is a non-profit organization and a registered society. Our youth drop-in centre has been operating in the community since 1987. The centre aims to provide a safe and inclusive space for the youth of our community. We currently offer youth-focused programming with adjustments to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Our Mandate: […]
YWCA Durham is a trusted community leader that provides high quality programs, services and resources that respond to the needs of women, children, youth and families. Our vision is to cultivate an inclusive community where women, children, youth and families are safe, inspired and empowered to grow. YWCA Durham is part of our country’s oldest […]
Since 1905, YW Kitchener-Waterloo has provided essential social services for women and families in Waterloo Region. Today, we offer homelessness and housing programs, employment programs, girls’ programs, before- and after-school programs, early learning and childcare programs, and summer camp. In 2017, we served 2,687 women, children, and men in our community. Our Mission: YW Kitchener-Waterloo […]
Youth Without Shelter (YWS) is an emergency residence and referral agency serving homeless youth. YWS is dedicated to providing shelter and support programs for homeless youth ages 16-24. We provide an independent shelter, committed to diverse client-focused services, in a safe, non-judgmental environment. Our programs enable youth to live responsibly and independently in society.
The Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa (YSB) is a multi-service agency providing life-changing programs and services to at-risk youth across the city of Ottawa. Each month, YSB serves more than 3000 young people and their families in the areas of youth housing and homelessness, mental health and counselling, employment and training, and youth justice. With […]
Youth Now on Track (YNOT) is a non-profit community based organization dedicated to giving meaning to the lives of youth (aged 12 -24 years) who have had conflicts with the law. YNOT focuses on crime prevention and justice by providing intervention and prevention strategies, programs and services to divert youth away from the dangers of […]
We are engaged in advancing leadership skills among children, and youth through experiential education. Under Covid-19 our youth are engaged in serving the community through various means. Your help would be appreciated.
During the year that ended on March 31, 2017, over 8,000 youth, aged 12 to 24, and their families received service from our organization. They came to us seeking a wide range of support for their emotional well-being, mental health, and intellectual development. In response, we delivered over 100,000 service encounters with them. As a […]
Directions Youth Services, a division of Family Services of Greater Vancouver, is a collection of programs for youth who experience homelessness or youth who are precariously housed. Services are designed to assist youth in taking the next steps with their life-be it to return to their home or home communities or to seek and secure […]
Dixon Hall’s Children & Youth department works with over 600 children and young people every year, from ages 3 to 29. Our programs are built with their voices in mind and their needs guide our work. We believe that all children and youth deserve opportunities to learn, to grow, to be challenged, to inspire one […]
Dreams Take Flight is a national charity across Canada. We are the Halifax chapter and we take deserving children from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, and Prince Edward Island to Disney World in Orlando, Florida for one day. Our mission is to provide these exceptional children one magical day, regardless of the challenges they face […]
Durham Youth Services(DYS) provides the only emergency shelter for youth ages 16 -24 years in Durham Region. Joanne’s House can provide a safe space for up to 13 youth at one time. We provide intensive case management, family reconnection, in house case management and life skills as well as support in housing and employment search. […]
Eastview is located in the high-density, low-income neighbourhood of Blake/Boultbee. Adjacent to our Centre is a large social housing complex of high-rises and town houses operated by Toronto Community Housing Corporation, whose tenants are of various ethno-racial backgrounds, many of whom are newcomers to Canada. The majority of the children and youth we serve in […]
Ernestine’s Women’s Shelter provides emergency shelter along with 24-hour crisis assistance, support programs, and counselling for women and children escaping violence. Our holistic shelter programs help women and children to break free from violence, heal from trauma, and ultimately rebuild their lives free from violence and abuse. Since we opened our doors 35 years ago, […]
Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada is a national charity dedicated to improving the lives of children and youth in the child welfare system. We raise and grant funds and deliver a wide range of high-impact programs and services to provide access to the opportunities these children need to reach their potential against all odds. They depend on […]
Covenant House helps youth ignite their potential and reclaim their lives. As Canada’s largest agency serving youth who are homeless, trafficked or at risk, we offer the widest range of 24-7 services to about 350 young people each day. As a national leader, we educate and advocate for long-term change to improve the lives of […]
De dwa da deaths nye>s Aboriginal Health Centre provides wholistic health care to Hamilton, Brantford and the Niagara communities. We offer comprehensive care by incorporating a dynamic blend of services including primary care, traditional healing, mental health, advocacy and navigation services, housing and homelessness support as well as a variety of health promotion programs. Our […]
Help A Girl Out is a not-for-profit organization that aims to reduce period poverty, eliminate the shame attached to menstruation, build self-esteem and reinforce gender equality. We create and distribute care packages with feminine hygiene and period products to underprivileged females in Canada and in developing countries around the world. We also host events and […]
Create Dream Pencil Case Kits for children grade two through six enrolled in our Homework Club youth mentoring program: As requested here is a list of a ‘DREAM Pencil Case’ for HWC mentees. 325 assembled pencil case kits needed for 2019-20 school year Items inside (top 3 or 4 items being of most priority): – […]
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Quesnel is dedicated to helping children/youth reach their full potential through friendship and mentoring programs.