Carefor Health & Community Services in Ottawa is a home health care and community support service organization that offers a wide variety of support services to members of the community. These services include nursing and palliative care, rehabilitation, respite care, community support services and retirement care.
Debra Dynes Family House is a tiny but impactful multiservice community resource in arguably our city’s most vulnerable community. The organization is committed to providing essential services such as access to their foodbank and baby cupboard, restricted computer access, and referrals and crisis assistance to their families.
WHY DOES DEBRA
The Ottawa Food Bank provides fresh and non-perishable food, as well as supplies such as diapers, toiletries, and cleaning supplies to its network of over 100 emergency food programs across the city. Their main goal is to provide emergency food relief to people in need in Ottawa.
A NEW DAY Youth and Adult Services is a not for profit charitable organization, founded in Ottawa in 2015. A NEW DAY offers a safe, secure, residential and specialized healing and recovery program for females between 16 to 26 years of age who have been sexually exploited/sex trafficked. A
Camp Oochigeas (Ooch) is a privately funded, volunteer-based organization that provides kids with and affected by childhood cancer with unique opportunities for growth through challenging, fun, enriching and magical experiences. Ooch is much more than a summer camp. Ooch is the only overnight camp in Ontario to offer onsite
Ausome Ottawa was founded in 2015 by parents to eliminate social exclusion for children with autism and their families through the power of sport/recreation. While being physically active and getting healthier, Ausome allows children to build confidence, allows families to make connections and feel “normal” and creates a community,
St. Joe’s Women’s Centre is a Day Program, that is dedicated to the needs of women and their children, in a supportive and safe environment. Social and educational programs are offered to promote empowerment, autonomy, and dignity in a non-judgemental atmosphere.
St. Joe’s Women’s Centre was founded in May 1984 to provide
St. Luke’s Table aims to improve personal and mental health by providing a safe, supportive environment and/or practical assistance, for anyone who may find it difficult to integrate with society due to poverty, illness and/or under-developed life skills.
Formerly the St Luke’s Lunch Club and Drop in Centre, the centre
The Tim Horton Children’s Foundation is dedicated to fostering within our children the quest for a brighter future. A Foundation camp experience provides programs to help children from economically disadvantaged homes develop lifelong skills. For these children, opportunities and environments…
The OSEG Foundation operates as a stand-alone, not for profit entity. The funding from ODBF will be invested in specialized programs and camps that give more children and youth, ages 5 to 24, access to sport-based development. By breaking down the barriers that limit a child’s participation, OSEG will give more children…
The Ottawa Senators Foundation empowers children and youth to reach their full potential by investing in social recreation and education programs that promote both physical and mental wellness. The funding from ODBF will be used for the new Sens Power Plays program. Through a proven, confidential, secure application…
The Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa (BGCO) has served the Ottawa community since 1923, reaching out to 4,500 children and youth each year through after-school, weekend and summer programs that build self-esteem and help to develop stronger social skills.
BGCO is dedicated to providing a safe, supportive place…