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Accountability We take personal responsibility for using our resources efficiently, achieving measurable results, and being accountable to supporters, partners and, most of all, children. Ambition We are demanding of ourselves and our colleagues, set high goals and are committed to improving the quality of everything we do for children. Collaboration We respect and value each other, thrive on our diversity, and work with partners to leverage our global strength in making a difference for children. Creativity We are open to new ideas, embrace change, and take disciplined risks to develop sustainable solutions for and with children. Integrity We aspire to live to the highest standards of personal honesty and behaviour; we never compromise our reputation and always act in the best interests of children.


The Bonnechere Manor Foundation is a registered charity made up of a group of volunteers dedicated to raising funds to enrich the quality of life for all residents and clients at the Bonnechere Manor. Whether it is an Auditorium, state-of-the-art equipment, or programs to enrich the residents' quality of life, the Foundation is dedicated to making Bonnechere Manor truly a home-away-from-home. The Foundation is also a vehicle to raise funds that support capital projects and other programs that are not funded through existing Ministry of Health and Long Term Care mechanisms.

CPFQ Palestinian Child Sponsorship Program

The CPFQ Child Sponsorship Program is designed to build bridges between the Canadian community and Palestinian children living under occupation or in refugee camps. Children enrolled in our program live under conditions of extreme poverty and unemployment. Many of them live in densely populated refugee camps. A suitable infrastructure is absent, seriously threatening the physical and mental health of residents. Many children suffer from serious health problems and disabilities. Due to financial hardship, many have to leave school at a very young age to help support their families. The severe restrictions on employment and movement make the future of these children very bleak. In addition to providing much needed financial assistance, the program helps maintain stable and rewarding relationships between each child and their sponsor. This simple message of hope can offset some of the effects of the chaotic and insecure conditions in which they live.

Seasons Centre for Grieving Children

Seasons Centre for Grieving Children provides peer support for children between the ages of 4-24 years who are grieving the death or impending death of a loved one, free of charge. We welcome anyone who can get to the centre and have had clients from all over Simcoe County and southern Ontario. The children will take part in groups in the evenings. These groups are possible because of a large contingent of our volunteer facilitators, who go through a mandatory training session. We also offer community outreach services. Our staff will do presentations for organizations who wish it. Since we do not receive any Government or United way Funding, we rely on donations, grants and our events staff.

Movember Foundation

Movember is a month long global event in November where men grow moustaches to raise awareness and funds for men's health issues. Funds support world-class men’s health programs that combat prostate and testicular cancer and mental health challenges.

Hospice Peterborough

Hospice Peterborough provides information, practical help, and emotional support to people living with a life-threatening illness, caregivers and people of all ages dealing with the death of an important person. Lending library with Internet access, educational events related to palliative care, individual and group support by professional staff and trained volunteers.

Centre for Sexuality Society (formerly Calgary Sexual Health Centre)

At the Calgary Sexual Health Centre we believe that sexuality is a natural and healthy part of life. Healthy sexual relationships are based on trust, respect and equality. We work for the right of all people to get information that helps them make choices and decisions about their sexuality. We support their right to decide when, and if, to have children.


Nearly one in two Albertans will develop cancer in their lifetime and nearly one in four will be lost to cancer. At the Alberta Cancer Foundation, we intend to change that. Our promise to our donors is progress in cancer research, prevention, treatment and care. Your dollars make a transformational impact right here at home by advancing Alberta’s leading-edge provincial research strategy and the compassionate work of the Tom Baker Cancer Centre, the Cross Cancer Institute and Alberta’s 15 other cancer centres. Representing nearly 200,000 donors, the Alberta Cancer Foundation is the number one non-governmental source of funding for cancer research and programs. Last year we invested $23.3 million towards our vision of a cancer-free future. We know something can be done about cancer and we're willing to do it. With you by our side, we can continue pushing for accelerated change, progress and above all, results.


ASBC was started in 1975 and is a parent based and directed society providing support to individuals with autism and their families in British Columbia and Yukon. ASBC Provides Support Through: Information, Referral and self-help Advocacy for Adults, Parents and Professionals; an extensive lending resource library, Internet access to valuable free on-demand information and discussion forums; a network of Community Groups throughout BC, facilitated by volunteers; seminars & conference opportunities for members; promoting community education and awareness. As well, ASBC Assists Families Financially Through: a limited reimbursement program for your child's summer activities; participation in FREE activities for families, eg: sports games, PNE outtings, movie outtings, opera, symphony for children, live theatre, rock concerts and Christmas activities. (ASBC wishes to thank it's community partners for making these wonderful activities and events possible)


St. Joseph's Healthcare Foundation is known for building lasting, mutually rewarding partnerships that enable St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton, a multi-campus, teaching hospital, to provide the best in compassionate patient care and innovative medical research. In June 2011, the Foundation publicly launched Timeless Care, Tomorrow’s Discoveries – The Campaign for St. Joseph’s Healthcare, which will raise $75 million to support three vital projects at the hospital: the opening of a state-of-the-art surgical centre on the Charlton Campus; the creation of a new integrated mental health and medical care facility on the West 5th Campus; and the funding of vital healthcare research at St. Joe’s. These projects will touch the lives of two million Ontarians who live in the region served by St. Joseph’s.


Hospice Huntsville provides care and support to individuals in the Huntsville area who are facing end of life situations. This care and support is also extended to their families and caregivers and is provided in the setting of their choice. Our professionally trained volunteers provide these individuals with compassionate care so that they may live out their lives with dignity and comfort either at home or in a health care setting. Hospice Huntsville is a not for profit registered charitable organization, incorporated in 1989. It is primarily funded by voluntary donations, churches, service clubs, in memoriams, planned fund-raising and some government funding. All services of Hospice Huntsville are offered at no cost to those we serve.


Our two major programs provide hope for the future through the support of MS research into the cause, treatment and cure of the disease and hope for today through our many services that assist people with MS and their families. Since our founding in 1948, the core support of the MS Society has been from tens of thousands of dedicated individuals, companies and foundations in communities across Canada. The Society receives almost no funding from government.