Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dufferin & Districtdufferin.bigbrothersbigsisters.ca
At Big Brothers Big Sisters of Dufferin we match children facing adversity with caring adult mentors. The results are life changing relationships that allow children to reach their fullest potential. During COVID our program are in demand more than ever, as children struggle with a lack of social connection and mental health concerns. Throughout the pandemic we have continued to match children with mentors sometimes virtually, sometimes through outdoor social distanced visits. During this time, we have altered the way we do things to ensure our vital programs continue to run while following Provincial safety rules.
Caledon Dufferin Victim Servicescdvs.ca
Caledon\Dufferin Victim Services is a not for profit, charitable organization serving the Town of Caledon and the County of Dufferin. Our agency offers free, one-to-one, confidential assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to support individuals affected by crime and tragic circumstances. At CDVS, the needs of every victim matters.
Celebrate Your Awesomefacebook.com/celebrateyourawesome
We are a group of local volunteers who have created an annual festival focused on celebrating Pride and Diversity while promoting inclusion in Dufferin County. Our festival operates in Orangeville but serves the County as a whole
Dufferin Arts Councildifferinarts.com
The Dufferin Arts Council is a group of people who have come together to support artists and the arts in Dufferin. In 2017 we celebrated 25 years of the arts in Dufferin we are proud of the inspiration, encouragement and support we have given to, and had from, the many talented artists who flourish right here in Dufferin County.
Dufferin Parent Support Networkdpsn.ca
Our mission is to encourage, educate and support parents of school-aged children by providing opportunities to build positive parenting skills and healthy community connections.
Family Transition Placefamilytransitionplace.ca
Our Mission is to support the holistic wellbeing of those affected by gender-based violence and promote healthy relationships and community, through education.
Headwaters Health Care Foundationhhcfoundation.com/Home
Like all hospitals, Headwaters receives no funding from the Government, outside of large-scale capital builds, to purchase or replace hospital equipment. To ensure patients receive the best care, using the best equipment, we depend on your generosity.
We offer programs from diagnosis to end of life for the clients. We offer support programs for caregivers from illness to bereavement. Our goal is to help our clients and their families to live life fully despite their diagnosis. Our services address the domains of care developed by the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association.
Lighthouse Community Meal Programtheuptownchurch.ca/lighthouse/
The Lighthouse is a local organization sponsored by The Uptown Church whose goal is to meet the needs of those in our community who are less fortunate. These days with our economy the way it is, there are many local people who need a helping hand during hard times. As Jesus said, true religion is found in taking care of those in need. The Lighthouse also provides a safe place for those who are lonely or struggling to come and find friends and support for whatever they are going through. The Lighthouse values not only feeding and caring for the physical needs, but also the spiritual needs of those who come.
Ontario SPCA and Humane Society Orangeville and District Animal Centreontariospca.ca/orangeville
Offering a variety of mission-based programs including community-based sheltering, animal wellness services, provincial animal transfers, shelter health & wellness, high-volume spay/neuter services, animal rescue, animal advocacy, Indigenous partnership programs and humane education, the Ontario SPCA is Ontario’s animal welfare charity.
Orangeville Food Bank – Caring for the Communityorangevillefoodbank.org
We provide food support for those in need.
Orangeville & District Horticultural Societyorangevillehort.org
We are starting a new outreach program partnering with BOSS. This organization provides services to individuals with disabilities. We will be helping them grow food to increase food security and to learn about food.
Theatre Orangeville believes all youth deserve access to the transformative power of the Performing Arts. As we move forward, we remain committed to providing programming that will support the Ontario curriculum. In 2023, our goal is to provide Education on Stage opportunities to students free of charge. $2000.00 would directly subsidize 200 students coming to the theatre for an experience that sparks discussion around diversity, inclusivity, acceptance and making a positive impact in their community.