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Provides the company or organization's contact information, telephone and fax numbers, hyperlinks to Web sites, and e-mail address.
Association addresses the most pressing issues in its community - poverty, hunger, homelessness, unemployment, isolation, conflict and violence, AIDS, racism, youth alienation and the integration of refugees and immigrants.
A volunteer-based, non-profit organization committed to fostering civic pride, environmental awareness and municipal beautification through community involvement and the challenge of a national program.
Provides educational, social and employment services to help all immigrants in the Toronto area attain self-sufficiency in canadian society.
A volunteer-driven organization that hosts the annual Pride Week event in Toronto. Includes news articles, gallery, events schedule and volunteering information.
Non-profit resource organization, consumer-controlled and community based.
Global Citizens For Change is an initiative that recognizes that every person has an interest in the well being of our fellows on this planet.
Provides a variety of care and support to deaf children and adults with a variety of needs including troubled youth, developmentally handicapped and Deaf plus individuals, youth and adults with behavioral, emotional or psychiatric problems, young offenders and dually diagnosed individuals.
Non-profit child and youth serving organization providing mentoring programs across the country for over 80 years. Men and women volunteer their time to become a mentor to a youngster who can greatly benefit from having an adult role model to look up to.
Local organization that helps people access government-funded home care services and long-term care homes.
Toronto Symphony Volunteer Committee is one of North America's leading orchestra volunteer organizations.
Assists job seekers from diverse backgrounds to find employment and to integrate into the Canadian job market. Provides employment services, links employers to skilled people and builds networks in collaboration with community partners.
Includes advocacy, counseling, crisis intervention, translation, a free tax clinic for low-income residents, a self-help drop-in center which features a free telephone, mail and message service, employment and accommodation ads.
Develops the on-line matching system for volunteers, a range of services for Community Organizations, Volunteer Centers and Volunteer Management programs.
Voluntary coalition of individuals and community organizations who have united to secure the passage in Ontario of a new law which would achieve a barrier-free society for persons with disabilities.
A source of support for individuals with intellectual disabilities searching for accessible and meaningful ways to live a more normal life in the community.
A non-profit conservation organization dedicated to the protection of wild birds in built environments.
Self-sustaining public/private information entity within the not-for-profit industrial sector.
For decades, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto have been well known and respected for the important service they provide to children in their community.
Catholic Family Services Of Toronto Catholic Family Services of Toronto is a not-for-profit, community based agency that provide Counselling, Wellness Groups, Marriage Preparation and Family Life Office services.
The Canadian Helen Keller Centre (CHKC) is the only residential training centre in Canada for people who have become Deaf-Blind.
Provides community responsive programs and services, which enable individuals to become valued contributors to their community's social and economic development.
Furniture Bank collects and distributes donated furniture and other household items to assist a wide variety of persons who are in need.
A volunteer organization to provide input and feedback on the preservation and improvements required to protect High Park for future generations.
Provides information on activity and needs of residential hospice caring for ten persons. Includes news, floor plan and contact information. Invites volunteers.
A program aimed at reducing crime in the community. Involves citizens in crime prevention. Provides weather forecast, crime watch, Halton Regional police services, communications and community news.
A Toronto branch of the Rotary International organization. Providing humanitarian service to help promote goodwill and peace in the world. Includes current and past projects, upcoming events, and an online merchandise store.
Parent support program that brings professionals together with parents of problem teens in a supportive, problem solving forum to provide effective solutions to parents who have lost control and hope.
CICS is a diverse and inclusive multi-service agency that strengthens communities by providing cost effective, culturally sensitive and professional services empowering immigrants and refugees to settle and integrate into Canadian society as full and active citizens. Services include employment services, settlement services and children and youth services.
Offers programs and services for people with disabilities, funded almost entirely through the collection and resale of used clothing and other used goods. Offers pick-up services of donated re-usable clothing and goods.
West Hill Community Services (WHCS) is a diverse multi-service delivery agency providing primary health care, community/social support for individuals, families, youth, adults and seniors.
Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy is a network of organizations and individuals who are involved in and support adult literacy.
The North York Harvest Food Bank works towards the relief of hunger in communities throughout northern Toronto. The Food Bank supports emergency food programs, partners with perinatal programs, advocates for change on issues affecting food bank use and works with like-minded organizations.
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for the residents of Port Colborne and Region.
The Oasis Clothing Bank directly impacts people in your community. Their donations go straight to those who need it most.
PAL Reading Services record texts needed for work, school or personal use onto tape, CD and MP3-CD free of charge.
Community-based nonprofit social services agency dedicated to providing effective, accessible, quality mental health treatment, prevention and out-reach services to children, you and families in Toronto.
Provide parents and the community with the resources and support they need to succeed in raising healthy, responsible, productive and joyous children.
Provides support to individuals who have an intellectual disability and their families.
Rehabs for people with mental issues and assistance with learning a full range of the skills of daily living.
A home-like alternative to institutional care and in-home care for those who are in the final stage of a terminal illness.
A non-profit organization with a mission to improve the health, social, cultural, economic self-sufficiency and well-being of refugees, new immigrant Women, at-risk youth and other marginalized individuals, so that they and their families can enjoy and contribute to the opportunities that Canada offers.
Provides home emergency response services to senior citizens and physically challenged individuals. We service clients in both Canada and the United States.
Well equipped council chamber which can be the location of wedding receptions, corporate meetings and many other functions.
Community services covers problem with youth today, organizes meetings and seminars.
Provides supportive housing and support services to persons with a history of mental health problems.
Help centre and shelter for homeless youth. Includes special events, donation information, programs and services, newsletters, and FAQ.
On-line matching and self-referral system for volunteers with disabilities. Includes related sites and contact information.
Support the full inclusion of people who are identified as having an intellectual disability in all aspects of community living.
Current organization working on visually impaired people. Covers the areas such as rehabilitation teaching, technical aids, sight enhancement, orientation and mobility training. Discussing the topics of diseases that may cause a vision loss and preventions.
A non-profit charitable organization provides flexible residential and community support services for adults who have an identified psychiatric illness. Includes King Road House in Burlington and Milton and Georgetown Houses in North Halton. Housing programs, services provided, outreach program and client profile are given.
Inasmuch is a non-profit, non-governmental organization with a volunteer Board of Directors based in Toronto, Canada. It is committed to providing financial support to underprivileged people in developing countries, to help them raise their standard of living and become more self-sufficient.
Optimist Club of Aurora is a service organization whose members assist young people of the community.
A multi-service social agency which offers a variety of social services for people in downtown West Toronto, including child care, conflict resolution, employment services, and health and wellness promotion.
Provides an opportunity for residents of Ajax to meet while helping youth and community. List of members, news, membership details, and event descriptions.
The Optimist Club of Brampton is a service organization whose members assist young people of the community. Lists programs, activities and membership information.
Service organization whose members assist young people of the community. They take part in activities and initiatives designed to make a positive difference in the lives of youth in Oshawa.
A non-profit organization offering confidential 24 hr telephone support to those who are lonely, anxious, stressed or in need of a compassionate listener.
A voluntary service organization whose members assist young people of the community. Lists programs, activities and membership information.
Youth Assisting Youth is a non-profit charitable organization that provides a peer mentoring service. They match youth volunteers, aged 16 to 24, in one-on-one relationships to provide positive role models for 'at risk' children aged 6-15.
Offers a range of services from prevention and early intervention to treatment, for vulnerable youth. Lists their history, descriptions of services, volunteer needs, and newsletter.
A global organization that works to advance the status of women locally and globally. Includes history, service projects, accessible playground information, special events, and awards.