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|Organization / Program Name(s)||Description - Short||Areas Served||Service Categories|
|Art Gallery of Hamilton||Founded in 1914, the Art Gallery of Hamilton is Ontario's third largest public art gallery and boasts one of the finest collections in Canada. The Gallery has three major collecting and programming st ... [More]||Burlington ; Hamilton (City of) - and surrounding area||Art Galleries/Exhibits|
|Bedbug Registry, Online Service||* gives travelers and renters a neutral platform for reporting their encounters with bed bugs
* users are able to check whether other people have encountered bedbugs at a hotel or in an apartment bui ... [More]
|Canada ; USA||Pest Control Services ~ Web Based Discussion Groups/Live Chat|
|ClothingWorks Oakville||* all clothing is donated * must be in clean condition on hangers to be accepted * donations can be dropped off at the shop||Halton Region||Work Clothing ~ Clothing Donation Programs ; Work Clothing ~ Women|
|Covenant House Toronto, Emergency and Transitional Housing||Residential shelter * provides assessment and case management
* mental health supports
* employment assistance
* life skills programs and pastoral ministry Tran ... [More]
|Canada||Juvenile/Youth Shelters ; Transitional Housing/Shelter ~ Homeless Youth|
|Good Shepherd Centre, Unpublished||Women's services :
* secure 40-bed transition residence
* dedicated to assisting women/children victims of domestic violence or abuse
* including elder abuse
* ... [More]
|Halton Region ; Hamilton (City of) ; Niagara Region||Food Banks ; Helplines/Warmlines ; Homeless Shelter ~ Homeless Youth ; Homeless Shelter ~ Men ; Homeless Shelter ~ Women ; Palliative Care ; Residential Treatment Facilities ; Transitional Housing/Shelter ~ Abused Women ; Transitional Housing/Shelter ~ Elder Abuse Victims ; Transitional Housing/Shelter ~ Physically Abused Children|
|Income Tax Clinics, Oakville||Volunteer income tax clinics for 2014 (2013 tax year) are now finished -- this record will be updated in January-February 2015 with information on clinics for preparation of tax returns for 2014.
||Oakville||Tax Preparation Assistance|
|Kerr Street Ministries, Community Social Services||Provides relief to those who suffer economic, social and emotional challenges.
* offers holistic approach to rebuilding lives affected by poverty or crisis
* builds relationships, encourages and h ... [More]
|Halton Region||Adult/Child Mentoring Programs ; Community Service Orders ; Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites ; Day Camps ; Drop In Centres ~ Adolescents ; Extended Day Care ; Faith Based Youth Programs ; General Counselling Services ; Holiday Donations|
|Kerr Street Ministries, Family Programs||Partners with individuals, community organizations, schools and Oakville Christian churches to minister through food drives, provision of meals, group projects and the following family programs:
* ... [More]
|Halton Region||Adult/Child Mentoring Programs ; Community Meals ; Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites ; Drop In Centres ~ Adolescents ; Faith Based Youth Programs|
|Kerr Street Ministries, Food Bank||A food bank offered to those in need.
* also offers a Community Meals Program which includes: a Family Dinner Night * Community Dinner and * Community Breakfast
Contact Kerr Street Ministries or ... [More]
|Oakville||Congregate Meals/Nutrition Sites ; Food Banks|
|Ontario. Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, No Physical Address, Healthy Smiles Ontario||Healthy Smiles Ontario is a program for children 17 and under who do not have access to any form of dental coverage. If eligible, children get regular dental services at no cost.
The 36 local Publ ... [More]
|Ontario||Dental Hygiene ~ Low Income ; Pediatric Dentistry ~ Low Income|
|Ontario Veterinary Medical Association, Mailing Address, SafePet Program||A volunteer program that assists women in leaving abusive partners by providing temporary care and housing for their pets.
How the program works:
* volunteering Ontario veterinarians provide ass ... [More]
|Ontario||Protective Services for Animals ~ Domestic Violence Shelter Residents ; Veterinary Services ~ Domestic Violence Shelter Residents|
|Pro Bono Law Ontario, Toronto - Mailing Address||* offers volunteer programs that connect lawyers with low-income Ontarians, either directly or in partnership with charitable organizations working in their local community
Programs include: Help f ... [More]
|Pro Bono Law Ontario, No Physical Address, Education Law and Children's Hospitals Project||Education Law
* free child advocacy for low-income families whose children face challenges to their rights in school related to accommodating special needs/disabilities; unfair expulsions, suspensio ... [More]
|Ontario||Legal Counselling ~ Children and Youth with Disabilities ~ Low Income ; Legal Counselling ~ Families ~ Low Income ~ Education Issues ; Legal Counselling ~ Parents ~ Low Income|
|Pro Bono Law Ontario, Toronto - Mailing Address, Help for Charities and Nonprofits||Offers legal assistance at no charge to charitable and non-profit organizations in Ontario in corporate business law.
* can assist with nonprofit incorporation, charitable registration, employment la ... [More]
|Ontario||Legal Counselling ~ Corporate/Business Law ~ Nonprofit Organization Issues|
|Pro Bono Law Ontario, Toronto, Law Help Ontario||A court-based program that offers Ontarians free legal help with civil, non-family matters.
* program also offers " Law Help Remote " for Ontarians who live too far away to visit the walk-in centr ... [More]
|Renewed Computer Technology||Programs:
* Computers for Schools - Ontario program
* Charities are "IT"
* Youth Work Transition Program
* Environmental Management Program
These four core programs provide access to informat ... [More]
|Ontario||Computer Distribution Programs ~ Agencies/Organizations as Recipients ; Computer Distribution Programs ~ Low Income ; Electronic Waste Recycling ; Mobile Devices ; Office Equipment/Supplies Donation Programs|
|Salvation Army, Oakville - Rebecca St, Community and Family Services||Community Family Services include:
* social services
* emergency food assistance, food bank * case management
* spiritual counselling
* summer camp assistance
* emergency shelter * budget counsel ... [More]
|Oakville||Family Support Centres/Outreach ~ Christian Churches ~ Salvationist Community ; Pastoral Counselling|
|Salvation Army, Georgetown - Mountainview Rd, Community and Family Services||Provides emergency assistance to those in need in many different ways:
* emergency aid with a food bank * clothing
* temporary shelter
* information and referral
* community services
* cam ... [More]
|Georgetown||Family Support Centres/Outreach ; Furniture ; General Clothing Provision|
|Salvation Army, Burlington - Mainway, Community and Family Services||The largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in Canada, serving Burlington and the surrounding community.
Provides food assistance, emergency housing, furniture and clothing ass ... [More]
|Burlington||Christmas Baskets ; Furniture ; General Clothing Provision ; Homeless Shelter|
|Salvation Army, Acton - 130 Mill St, Food Bank||Food bank provided by the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in Canada, serving Acton and the surrounding community.||Acton ; Rockwood||Food Banks|
|Salvation Army, Burlington - Mainway, Food Bank||A local food bank serving Burlington and the surrounding community.
|Salvation Army, Georgetown - Mountainview Rd, Food Bank||Food bank provided by the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in Canada, serving Georgetown and the surrounding community.||Georgetown||Food Banks|
|Salvation Army, Oakville - Rebecca St, Food Bank||A food bank, run by the largest non-governmental direct provider of social services in Canada, serving Oakville and the surrounding community.
|Salvation Army, Khi Community, Milton - Nipissing Rd, Family Services||A Christian organization which provides community programming and Christian teaching for both children and adults
Community and Family Services include:
* food bank * spiritual needs
* subsidize ... [More]
|Milton||Family Support Centres/Outreach|
|Salvation Army, Khi Community, Milton - Nipissing Rd, Food Bank||A food bank, providing essential food staples for those in need.
Volunteers are always welcome. Contact the church for more information.
|Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, Donations||Donations are passed on to those in need or sold in St. Vincent de Paul stores to support their outreach programs. Will pick up items from homes in Burlington, Oakville, Waterdown and Milton * items m ... [More]||Halton Region ; Hamilton (City of)||Donation Pickups ; Furniture|
|Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, Burlington Conferences, Food and Clothing Assistance||The Society is dedicated to helping anyone, from any denomination, in need of temporary assistance.
Help is provided in the form of food (food vouchers) and other necessities (e.g., clothing and so ... [More]
|Burlington||Food Banks ; Furniture ; General Clothing Provision ; Undesignated Temporary Financial Assistance|
|Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, Oakville Conferences, Food and Clothing Assistance||* assistance with food (vouchers), clothing, some furniture * partners with Salvation Army and Amity Goodwill
* helps those needing spiritual or material help, friendship, empathy or just someone ... [More]
|South Oakville||Food Vouchers ; Furniture ; General Clothing Provision ; Undesignated Temporary Financial Assistance|
|War Amps, Scarborough - Mailing Address, Key Tag Service||The Key Tag Service is a safeguard for any keys.
* each tag has a confidentially coded number and if the keys are lost, the finder can call the toll free number on the tag and a bonded courier will ... [More]
|Canada||Lost and Found|
|YMCA of Hamilton / Burlington / Brantford, Burlington - 500 Drury Lane - Lower Level - Career Development & Learning Centre, Halton Region Youth in Transition Worker Program||Designed to assist youth ages 16-24 who have been involved with Children's Aid or child welfare services with their transition to self-reliance.
* clients may self-refer or be referred by community a ... [More]
|Halton Region||Economic Self Sufficiency Programs ~ Youth|