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APPLE Schools

APPLE Schools will inspire and empower school communities to lead, choose, and be healthy by recommending and supporting measurable and sustainable changes.

Girl Guides of Canada

GGC is the leadership organization for girls and women in Canada, with over 90,000 members from coast to coast to coast. Guiding is bold, fun, energetic and empowers girls and women to face challenges with confidence. Guides welcomes girls and women to be part of the following groups: Sparks (5 and 6), Brownies (7 and 8), Guides (9 to 11), Pathfinders (12 to 14), Rangers (15 to 17+), and Adults - as leaders, mentors, team members and more. For girls, Guiding is an accepting environment with diverse and exciting programs and activities that offer the opportunity to discover new interests, valuable leadership skills and make lasting friendships. Guiding gives girls the tools and resources they need to acheive greatness. For women, Guiding is a chance to make a difference in the lives of girls and young women. It's a place for personal growth, mentoring and travel.

Second Harvest

Second Harvest is the largest food rescue program in Canada. Since 1985, Second Harvest has been picking up donated, excess food, which would otherwise go to waste, and delivering that food to community agencies in Toronto. Every day, Second Harvest delivers enough food to provide 20,000 meals to over 200 community agencies in Toronto.


Founded in 1967, WWF-Canada is one of the country's leading conservation organizations, enjoying the active support of more than 50,000 Canadians. We work to conserve species at risk, protect threatened habitats and address critical environmental threats. Using the best available scientific knowledge, WWF works to preserve the diversity and abundance of life in Canada and around the world. We find long-term solutions that benefit both people and nature, relying on the support of thousands of Canadians each year. Your support will help protect species at risk and the habitats they call home, like polar bears, tigers and whales; in regions, like the Arctic, the Great Bear rainforest and the sea; and find solutions to issues like climate change and overfishing. For more information please visit us at

Firepot Performance

Heading into our 6th year Twenty-Something Theatre has featured some of the city’s best up-and-coming artists in such highly acclaimed works as This Is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan, The Shape of Things by Neil Labute, The Fever by Wallace Shawn, Suburbia by Eric Bogosian, Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love by Brad Fraser and Blue Surge by Rebecca Gilman as well as our first original work, Prodigals, by Vancouver playwright Sean Minogue.


All schools teach from a worldview, whether explicitly or tacitly, which helps define life's meaning and purpose. At Master's we teach from a Judea Christian perspective. All areas of curriculum at Master's are developed from this premise with instruction and guidance given from a Christian perspective. Since 1997, Master's Academy and College has been developing its 21st century learning model called, Profound Learning™. The Profound Learning™ model, with its signature of innovation and creativity, elevates the academic performance of all students while simultaneously preparing them to be FUTURE READY. Today, Master's Profound Learning™ model is a reality – students become researchers, engineers and designers of the future by engaging in learning experiences designed to cultivate FUTURE READY skills.


The regular artistic season of La Troupe du Jour includes two shows produced by the company and two other visiting shows from other theatrical companies. La Troupe du Jour offers as well other activities related to the preparation of future plays (public readings, experimental theatre, etc.). La Troupe du Jour facilitates a Writers' circle that gives the chance to writers to exchange ideas and offers dramaturgical development. This Writers' circle aims at developping three different plays over a three year period and at different stages allowing a rotation of plays written and produced locally. Another goal pursued by La Troupe du Jour is to offer theatrical workshops to schools and community members all across Saskatchewan. La Troupe du Jour actively participates to developmental workshops for actors and professionals from all trades related to theatre.


We have projects in Asia, China, and in the Americas.


SOUL is an urban school training Christian leaders for urban ministry in Winnipeg. SOUL is dedicated to being accessible, affordable and culturally Relevant.


Northern Environment Action Team (NEAT) is a grassroots, not-for-profit organization. Since 1989, NEAT has focused on increasing awareness of resource conservation, waste reduction and other urban environmental issues through educational programming, special events and other programs. NEAT’s philosophy is that simple, practical actions will lead to significant reduction in our personal environmental impact. NEAT has found that initiatives which promote change to a more environmentally responsible attitude are most effective when implemented at the community level and involve direct contact with people. NEAT believes that outreach programs will ultimately foster lifestyle changes in the community that will ensure the continuation of these positive actions and entrench them as accepted attitudes. NEAT is an award-winning organization and enjoys strong community support demonstrated by public participation and political support for its environmental educational initiatives.

Veterans Voices of Canada

Too many of our veterans have not had a chance to tell their story.Veterans Voices of Canada will help to ensure that all Canadian military veterans have the opportunity to talk about their "personal experiences" and their stories on camera.Currently focusing on WW2 and Korean War Veterans,we have also interviewed Cold War,Peacekeeping,Vietnam and Gulf War Veterans.

Canadian Hero Fund

The Canadian Hero Fund is a charitable organization dedicated to supporting Canadian military personnel and their families. The Canadian Hero Fund was founded by a group of students at the University of Toronto who were deeply impacted by the increasing number of Canadian casualties and the young families they left behind. As a non-political civilian charity, the Canadian Hero Fund raises money through community, grassroots efforts. The Canadian Hero Fund also acts as a conduit for all Canadians to show their support and care for military families and their sacrifice. Your donation to the Canadian Hero Fund represents your commitment to the brave men and women of the Canadian Forces, to the families of fallen soldiers, and to the children who have lost their Hero. By giving to the Canadian Hero Fund you can help keep their dreams alive. If you have any questions please contact us at or call 1-888-602-3071.