Condo Owners Association COA

Non Profit Partners

Non Profit Partners (3)

Condo Owners Association likes to support fellow Non Profit Organizations/Associations/Partners in their mission to improve our Province. This section will list many of their ongoing initiatives. Best of Luck to All

About CAN FUND


The Condo Owners Association COA Ontario believes in working with other Non Profit Organizations and Charities to the best of our ability.  We are a supporter for the CAN FUND Canadian Athletes Now

We have included their mission statement below and would like to draw your attention to the CAN Fund website and donation support page. 
http://canadianathletesnow.ca/
 
  1. We want people to celebrate those who have impacted their lives.

  2. We want our athletes to succeed on the world stage.

  3. The Impact of both  “Celebrate Impact, Impact Success”


 

Donating to CAN FUND

https://secure.e2rm.com/registrant/Donate.aspx?EventID=574&LangPref=en-CA
 


 

Working Together

COA Ontario Supporting awareness for our Non Profits and Charities Organizations / Associations. 

The Condo Owners Association says "Kudos to the Volunteers and the grass roots of Volunteerism"

 

We have links to various Organizations and Association relating to:

CAN FUND Canadian Athletes

Children Kiwanis Club

Earth Day

Rain Barrel

Resident Associations

 

The Condo Owners Association recognizes how Charitable Organizations and Non Profit Associations play an important role in everyone’s lives






Children


Believe in Kids - Toronto Kiwanis Boys & Girls clubs

Darling Home for Kids www.darlinghomeforkids.ca

Sleeping Children Around the World www.scaw.org






HealthALS Society of Canada www.als.ca

Alzheimer Society of Canada http://www.alzheimer.ca/en

Autism Canada  www.autismcanada.org

Breast Cancer www.bcsc.ca

Canadian Cancer Society www.cancer.ca

Halton Trauma Centre http://www.haltontraumacentre.ca/index.php

Heart and Stroke Foundation www.heartandstroke.com

Hospice of Peel www.hearthousehospice.com

Movember http://ca.movember.com/about/funding-overview/

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada www.mssociety.ca

Oakville Trafalgar Hospital www.haltonhealthcare.com

Prostrate Cancer Canada  www.prostratecancer.ca

Road Hockey for Cancer http://www.teamuptoconquercancer.ca

Sîan Bradwell Fund For Children With Cancer   www.sianbradwell.com

Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada  http://www.tourette.ca

Trillium Health Centre Foundation www.trilliumhealthcentre.org

Wellspring www.wellspring.ca


Prostrate Cancer Canada  www.prostratecancer.ca




CHARITIES United Way Oakville   http://www.uwoakville.org

United Way Mississauga   http://www.unitedwaypeel.org

United Way   http://www.unitedway.ca





NON PROFITS

Mississauga Heritage Society http://www.heritagemississauga.com/index.php

Look Good Feel Better https://www.lgfb.ca

Armagh http://armaghhouse.ca

Women’s Shelter Gift Basket Campaign http://www.annualbasketdrive.ca

Freedom Walk http://www.forfreedomsake.myevent.com/participant/20397

The Compass www.thecompass.ca

Ian Anderson House www.ianandersonhouse.com

Robert Land Academy www.rla.ca 



 

Feel Free to contact the Condo Owners Association to have your non profit Association and/or Organization listed on our website with our compliments. 

 

Tuesday, 22 August 2017 00:00

Kiwanis Boys & Girls Clubs

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Toronto Kiwanis - Boys & Girls Clubs

Believe in Kids

Working with young people and their families 

We enable them to develop the life skills, knowledge and values essential to becoming healthy contributing individuals.

  

Our Vision

To be recognized as a leading organization that has a wide scope of resources compelling young people to reach their potential.

We serve over 1100 young people in downtown Toronto, providing:

  • A safe place in which to learn and play after school
  • Summer Day Camps that give children carefree fun and learning opportunities
  • Leadership development and employment preparation
  • A staff of compassionate, well-trained professionals
  • An inclusive, receptive atmosphere for all children.

  

People and communities we serve: 

  • Children aged 6-18 yrs. and their families
  • The Regent Park/Cabbagetown community has been served by our Gerrard K Club since 1936
  • Our T.P. Loblaw K Club (formerly Midtown K Club) has served the Trinity Bellwoods community since 1945
  • Many of our members come from at-risk families where safety is a concern. Our members can suffer from a lack of self-esteem, poor nutrition, poverty, lack of schooling, absent parents and are at high risk for drug-related activity.