We believe in giving back to our community and helping those in need. Below are some local charities and organizations that our office supports and would like to bring awareness to.
100 Women who care York Region was founded in 2015 by a group of local women dedicated to making a change in thier community. The group quickly grew in numbers and has raised an incredible amount for local charities just by meeting for 1 hour, 4 times per year.
Family Services York Region (FSYR) provides a wide array of counselling services for people of all ages, ethnicity and orientation who are facing and seeking assistance with critical difficulties in their lives. FSYR partners with agencies across York Region to ensure that those in need receive the help they require.
York Region Food Network (YRFN) was initially established in 1986 as a multi-agency organized to coordinate food drives and act as a liaison between food banks and agencies in York Region with food access programs. Over the years, York Region Food Network has expanded its mandate in an effort to raise the public consciousness on the issue of food security. York Region Food Network has become involved in many community initiatives aiming to increase access to fresh, affordable, nutritious food for all people in York Region.
Women's Centre of York Region is dedicated to providing programs, counseling and support services to women who have been affected by abuse or financial challenges. Their clients are mothers, friends, volunteers, co-workers and neighbours - all part of the community as a whole. Helping their clients has a ripple effect, making all our communities stronger and healthier places to live. The Winter Hamper Program provides seasonal support in the form of gifts such as boots, mittens, toys, or books for women and their children. Sponsorship of a family or donation of gift cards will have an immediate impact in the lives of a family this winter, and will strengthen our community’s network of support as a whole.
Free the Children believes young people have always been at the forefront of every movement for social change. They make hope infectious. They have shameless idealism and an unstoppable drive. Free The Children was founded on the understanding that by awakening the spirit of leadership in young people, injustices can be stopped, communities transformed and hope ignited.
Canadian Cancer Society funds research on all types of cancer. They offer comprehensive and credible information on cancer, risk reduction, and treatment, as well as support for people living with cancer, family members, and friends. The Daffodils at work program helps supporters organize the sale of fresh cut flowers in their workplace during Daffodil Month with all proceeds going to the Canadian Cancer Society.