For Little Monkeys™ Charity is a registered Canadian charity and we fundraise and donate sensory playrooms, sensory bedrooms, sensory kits and outdoor playgrounds to families with neurodiverse children who reside in York Region and Durham Region, Ontario.
You can learn more about our charity and our projects on our website at www.forlittlemonkeyscharity.ca.
If you’re a business interested in supporting our mission as a sponsor, please feel free to contact us via email to learn about our sponsorship opportunities at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tax receipts will be issued to all donors.
Natalie Abkarian Cimini
I hope all is well. I am reaching out to you today to let you know about a great organization and an event to support them, Adam House, an organization dedicated to assisting refugees to Canada. In their time since opening, Adam House has assisted over 1,700 refugees.
Are you a golfer? Come on out and enjoy a relaxed event, supporting a great cause. To register:
Our event will raise much needed funds for Adam House to continue assisting refugees coming to Canada.
On June 3 our Church (Weston Park Baptist Church) will be hosting a charity golf tournament at Rolling Hills Golf Club in order to raise support and awareness for this great organization, who have been operating since 2002.
We also have other simple ways to get involved with our event! What we are looking for right now from potential partners include:
– Sponsoring a hole of golf on the day of our event for $150. Event sponsorship will include an 18×24 sign on the tee box as well as dedicated advertising space on their hole in our scorebook.
Another way to partner is our “long putt challenge”. On a particular hole during the event I would like to have golfers sign up for a chance to make a 25 foot challenging putt, we plan to have them donate $5 or $10 to Adam’s House as part of this contest and that amount would be going to that organization.
One of the wonderful things that will also come from this event beyond the assistance to Adam House, is the opportunity to make available a few spots for underprivileged youth to participate. This would allow us to expose the game of golf to those who may not be able to attend an event like this ordinarily.
The Care and Share Thrift Shop has been an active member of Stouffville for over 40 years. The Care and Share is part of a network of not-for-profit Thrift Shops that support local and global relief, development and peace projects of Mennonite Central Committee.
We are looking for volunteers to come help us in retail, cashier, processing, pricing, and receiving donations. We are open Monday-Saturday from 10-5 and until 8pm on Thursday and Fridays. We accept students, adults, and retirees! We have a wonderful, welcoming, and loving environment where you can get student hours, community, and a sense of accomplishment. We are under new management.
33 Ringwood Dr.
Fill a Purse For a Sister Campaign brings comfort, hope and dignity to women and youth in crisis with the gift of purses filled with personal necessities.
If you would like to donate a filled purse to the Fill a Purse for a Sister Campaign? We have many drop-off locations throughout Ontario and Canada. Donations will be made to women’s domestic violence shelters, women’s shelters, rape crisis centres, and social services that support women.
Give a purse that has been gently used and previously loved, or purchase a new purse.
Fill the purse with personal necessities, such as:
Including an encouraging note is always a thoughtful touch.
If you would prefer to make a financial donation, we are now a Canadian Registered Charity. You can make your donation via the Canada Helps Website or by sending us a Cheque at the address below. Monetary donations of $25 or greater will receive a tax receipt.
Where to Donate:
For a list of drop off locations visit: https://fillapurseforasistercampaign.ca/drop-off-locations.html
City Street Outreach (CSO) is a 100% VOLUNTEER-run, DONATION-based and ALL-INCLUSIVE registered charity providing food, clothing and assistance to the homeless, street-involved youth, seniors, new immigrants/refugees, disabled, single mothers and individual/families in need and/or living in poverty across the GTA.
They are currently in need of new and gently used gloves, hats, scarves, socks as well as sleeping bags.
Where to Donate:
Monetary Donations – https://www.citystreetoutreach.org/donate/
Drop Off/Pickup – To arrange all donation(s) drop off / pickup, please email email@example.com