Groups that Care
Family programs that demonstrate their commitment to community wellness by providing service and support to 1,200 parents, grandparents, caregivers and preschool children each year. Families can attend registered and open programs at eight different locations.
The Canadian Red Cross has been a leader in First Aid and Watersaftey for over 50 years. The Red Cross offers a variety of programs to meet everyone’s needs. Adult training courses include: Baby/Child CPR, CPR&AED, Health Care Provider (HCP) training, Emergency First Aid & Standard First Aid.
Children’s Miracle Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by raising funds for children’s hospitals across North America. Each year the 170 Children’s Miracle Network hospitals provide the finest medical care, life-saving research and preventative education to help millions of kids overcome diseases and injuries of every kind.
Since 1922, Easter Seals Ontario has been helping children and young adults with physical disabilities to address life’s challenges and achieve personal goals. Families rely on Easter Seals to help purchase expensive equipment needed for mobility and communication, send kids to camp and other recreational programs, and provide access to information and resources.
geneDecode Canada gives you access to innovative genetic testing technology to uncover your inherited talents, personalities and body fitness traits. The geneDecode Talent genetic test analyzes over 200 genes to derive 45 inherited talents and personalities traits. The geneDecode Fitness genetic test analyzes over 100 genes and derives 34 inherited health and fitness traits.
A registered charity since 1935, Goodwill’s core mission has always been to create work opportunities and skills development for people facing serious barriers to employment – among them, the young, the old, new Canadians and the disabled.
“Life With A Baby” is a free program offered by Healthy Start, Healthy Future, a registered charitable organization whose goal is to provide ongoing practical and emotional peer-based support for new and expecting parents, and parents of children up to the age of six. We offer informational seminars and programs, open forums, and fun social events. Register and become a member TODAY!
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD Canada) is a non-profit, grassroots organization that is committed to stopping impaired driving and supporting the victims of this violent crime. MADD Canada’s aim is to offer support services to victims, heighten awareness about the dangers of drinking and driving, and to save lives and prevent injuries on our roads.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Canada is part of the largest not-for-profit wish granting organization in the world, serving 30 countries with International affiliates on five continents. Since our inception in 1983, the volunteers of Make-A-Wish® worldwide have helped make hundreds of thousands of wishes come true.
The Markham Stouffville Hospital Foundation operates exclusively for the benefit and support of Markham Stouffville Hospital. Donations to the Foundation help fund capital expenditures for equipment, technology, renovations, programs and education.
Robbie’s Rainbow is a charitable organization that raises funds to improve the quality of life of children living with Severe Crohn’s disease & Ulcerative Colitis. We ensure "at-risk" children, living with these diseases, receive drug treatments not covered by OHIP and are desperately needed to restore declining health. We believe no child should be denied treatment due to lack of necessary funding.
Established in 1981, Ronald McDonald House® Toronto seeks to provide a home away from home for seriously ill children and their families to heal better together.
Shania was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma stage 4 in June 2006. She started fundraising by making beaded necklaces, bracelet and keychains. Shania started ‘Shania’s Sunflower of Hope’ because she wanted to help children with Neuroblastoma.
The Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada is dedicated to brightening the lives of seriously ill children and their families by providing a broad array of both in-hospital and out patient programs designed to enhance their ability to cope with the stress of illness.
Born out of necessity, The Centre for D.R.E.A.M.S. Inc. was created by a mother of an intellectually challenged adult living in York Region. In an attempt to continue to foster the education and life experiences provided by the school system, D.R.E.A.M.S. Inc. was created for students 21 years and over to continue with their education.
The Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada grants wishes to children with high-risk life-threatening illnesses. Staff and volunteers work tirelessly to maintain the highest quality of service to wish families with attention to the most minute details so as to ensure the total satisfaction of each and every wish child.
The Dr. Jay Charitable Foundation provides Pediatric Palliative Care funding support, helping families face terminal illness with dignity and determination.
In 2001 the Birrell family started The James Fund for Neuroblastoma Research at SickKids to raise money for research to find treatment to save 7 year old James. Since his death The James Fund has raised over $725,000 to find a cure for this deadly Childhood cancer.
SickKids Foundation is the largest non-governmental granting agency in child health in Canada. Established in 1972, SickKids Foundation has granted over $500 million to The Hospital for Sick Children and over $60 million to researchers across the country.
At United Way Toronto, we’re working to create opportunities for a better life for everyone Our work is based on a simple but profound belief—what unites us is ultimately far more powerful than what divides us. When you support United Way Toronto, your gift goes directly to our Community Fund, which supports strategies aimed at improving the social conditions in our city.
For more than 60 years, Variety-The Children’s Charity Ontario has worked with young people with disabilities and those who face developmental barriers to achieve their life potential. With our flagship project Variety Village, we are a world recognized authority providing integrated sports and life skills programs, applied research and learning programs that change children’s lives and strengthen communities.
The YMCA of Greater Toronto is a charity offering opportunities for personal growth, community involvement, and leadership. They offer a variety of programs for Families, Children, Youth and Adults including summer camps and services for new residents of Canada.
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