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Trans Africa Pipeline Foundation

TAP is dedicated to the permanent eradication of drought in the Sahel region of sub-Saharan Africa via the construction of a continuous 8,000km fresh-water pipeline across the entire African continent.


The Kanata Food Cupboard is a non-profit charitable organization, with any profits or assets realized from its operation being used for the sole purpose of promoting its objectives. Services are provided to all residents of the community, regardless of race, ethnicity, ability, age, sexual orientation, income or religion. The organization is non-sectarian, non-denominational, non-partisan, working for the best interests of its members and clients.

Nature Conservancy of Canada

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) protects Canada's most threatened natural habitats and the species that call them home. Since 1962, NCC and its supporters have protected more than 2.7 million acres (1.1 million hectares) of ecologically sensitive land nationwide.

Kindred Community Farm Sanctuary (formally SALI's Farm)

SALI's Farm is a safe haven for at-risk children and rescued animals to bond, learn, and heal with one another. SALI's Farm utilizes animal-assisted and horticultural activities that help abused and neglected children heal emotionally from trauma. Abused and neglected animals are given a permanent home. Our goal is to help children and animals heal and help break the cycle of violence. SALI's Guardian Program provides for the needs of companion animals of women & children fleeing violence, isolated seniors, and people living in poverty and on the street. SALI believes that all members of our community deserve the love and support of pets, especially our most vulnerable. Our goal is to enhance the quality of life for our two-legged and four-legged community members.


Special Olympics Ontario provides athletes with an intellectual disability the opportunity to experience and succeed in sport. Special Olympics' athletes gain self-confidence and transfer the success from the playing field to become more active citizens in society.

The Kidney Foundation of Canada

The Kidney Foundation of Canada is the national volutneer organization committed to reducing the burden of kidney disease through: funding and stimulating innovative research; providing education and support; promoting access to quality healthcare; and increasing public awareness and commitment to advancing kidney health and organ donation.

Beth Donovan Hospice

To create, in a client's home or in a residential home-like setting, a place where people of the communities we serve, experience a living spirit of compassion, hope and healing. To create a community where the dignity, humanity and holistic well being of a person, is celebrated. A place where people may live to their fullest as they journey to life’s end.

Seniors Services Society of BC

Seniors Services Society offers over fifty years of combined experience serving seniors in New Westminster, across Metro Vancouver and around B.C. The society offers support programs and information for seniors in three distinct areas: Support Services for seniors living in New Westminster; Housing Services for seniors province wide; and information for seniors and service providers throughout the Metro Vancouver via our Community Education department. Annually, Seniors Services Society serves over 4,000 vulnerable and socially isolated seniors across the province.


PARKER STREET FOOD AND FURNITURE BANK is the working name of the Community Care Network Society. We are dedicated to assisting those in need in HRM who require help to access basic necessities such as food, furniture and education. Donations fill many needs, above all, they bring hope into the lives of families who are struggling daily, year-round. Donations allow us to not only help individuals with these basic necessities but also to help them become self-sufficient by offering training programs that translate into work opportunities. Your support also allows us to provide financial assistance in cases where families or individuals need emergency supplies such as oil for their furnace, help with a power bill, and prescription medication. "Reaching into the Community in Service and Love" THE TURKEY CLUB, founded by Jack Cruickshank in 2004, is dedicated to helping the needy at Christmas.


The Alzheimer Society of Calgary is an independent, local non-profit organization serving Calgary and surrounding areas. For thousands of local families impacted by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias, this is where community, insight and empowerment begin. We work to ensure that people impacted by dementia have access to high quality education, care and support throughout their journey of impact.

KGH Foundation

The Kelowna General Hospital Foundation aspires to be a leader in the facilitation and promotion of quality health care by funding innovative and effective programs through the commitment of its members and donors.

The War Amps

The War Amps is a Canadian nation-wide registered charitable organization operated under the direction of war amputees. In 1946, the Key Tag Service was launched as a sheltered workshop where war amputees could not only work for competitive wages, but also provide a service to Canadians that would generate funds for the organization. The Address Label Service was introduced in 1972 to provide year-round employment for the disabled staff at the Key Tag Service. The War Amps is able to operate its many programs, such as the CHAMP (Child Amputee) Program, PLAYSAFE and DRIVESAFE, solely through donations from the public to the Key Tag and Address Label Service. The War Amps does not: use professional fundraisers; receive government grants; solicit by phone or door-to-door; sell or trade your name/address; spend more than 10% on administration; tie up funds in long-term investments. For more information please visit