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Information about volunteering and helping the 14 non-profit and charitable organizations located in Etobicoke, Ontario.

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Eatonville Care Centre

Eatonville Care Centre
420 The East Mall, Etobicoke, Ontario

We are a long term care home in Etobicoke, Ontario. We have served the community for over 40 years and currently provide medical, spiritual, and recreational support to 247 residents.

Keywords: Seniors · Health Centres · Health

Volunteer Profile of Eatonville Care Centre


Eatonville Care Centre

Ernestine's Women's Shelter
Etobicoke, Ontario

Ernestine's Women's Shelter was opened in 1983 by a group of community members who saw a need for a safe place for women and children fleeing violence. Since that time, Ernestine's has assisted over 5,000 families with critical immediate care services.

The founders were pleased to name the shelter after Ernestine van Marle who gave them support and guidance as they began the shelter, and continued to support the shelter's efforts in ending violence against women and children until her passing in 2006. Ernestine embodied all the characteristics that our shelter aspires toward: energetic, community minded, supportive and dedicated.

Keywords: Women · Crisis Support

Volunteer Profile of Ernestine's Women's Shelter


Eatonville Care Centre

Etobicoke Humane Society
1500 Royal York Rd, Suite E, 2nd Floor, Etobicoke, Ontario

The Etobicoke Humane Society (EHS) is an independent, all-volunteer, federally registered charity serving the Greater Toronto Area since 1987.

EHS began over 25 years ago as the Etobicoke Animal Welfare Society (EAWS) and subsequently became a registered charity, registered as the Etobicoke Humane Society. As a federally registered charity, EHS operates entirely from donations and our own fundraising efforts.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Etobicoke Humane Society


Eatonville Care Centre

Etobicoke Services for Seniors
1447 Royal York Road, Etobicoke, Ontario

ESS Support Services is a well established, award-winning, not-for-profit community support agency that has been serving seniors, older adults with disabilities, families and caregivers in the Etobicoke community, and beyond, since 1983.

Keywords: Seniors · Independence

Volunteer Profile of Etobicoke Services for Seniors


Eatonville Care Centre

Family Association for Mental Health Everywhere
4214 Dundas Street West, Suite 209, Etobicoke, Ontario

For the past quarter century the Family Association for Mental Health Everywhere (FAME) has worked at the community level, offering families empathy, support, knowledge and a compass for navigating the health care system as an advocate for a loved one living with mental illness. We understand that families play a critical role in the wrap around process of recovery, and the stress associated with this responsibility impacts their health, social and family relations, careers and financial situations.

Keywords: Mental Health · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of Family Association for Mental Health Everywhere


Eatonville Care Centre

Jobstart
41 Chauncey Ave, Etobicoke, Ontario

Complimentary job postings on our website (only for registered employers); Job fairs. At JobStart we provide you with the skills you need to be successful

Keywords: Employment and Careers

Volunteer Profile of Jobstart


Eatonville Care Centre

Polycultural Immigrant & Community Services
Branch: Etobicoke Central
3363 Bloor Street West, Etobicoke, Ontario

Much like the rich fabric that is Canadian culture, our Polycultural family reflects the cultural, ethnic and linguistic diversity of the communities we serve. We are dedicated to maintaining an open, inclusive and welcoming environment for all.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Education and Literacy · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Polycultural Immigrant & Community Services


Eatonville Care Centre

Storefront Humber Incorporated
2445 Lakeshore Blvd. W., Etobicoke, Ontario

Storefront Humber Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization located in South Etobicoke. We developed out of the growing concern for residents living in the area who were without adequate support to remain independent in their own home. The agency started as a result of caring Humber College students and volunteers and has now flourished to a thriving agency of over 95 employees, providing services to over 2,000 clients.

Keywords: Seniors · Independence

Volunteer Profile of Storefront Humber Incorporated


Eatonville Care Centre

The Dorothy Ley Hospice
170 Sherway Drive, Suite 3, Etobicoke, Ontario

The Dorothy Ley Hospice is a volunteer-based community service organization offering compassionate care to people living with the challenges of life-limiting illness and loss.

Keywords: Hospice and Palliative Care · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of The Dorothy Ley Hospice


Eatonville Care Centre

The Mimico Station Community Organization
2408 Lakeshore Blvd., Etobicoke, Ontario

We are a group committed to saving the Mimico Train Station from demolition and returning it to its original beauty.

We want to ensure it not only remains an important part of Etobicoke's heritage, but also serves as a place to which the community has access. We are also committed to establishing a long term plan for sustainability that will make the Station an exciting, vibrant and well-visited destination in south Etobicoke.

Keywords: History · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of The Mimico Station Community Organization


Eatonville Care Centre

The Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Toronto
55 St Phillips Rd, Etobicoke, Ontario

The Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Toronto has been mainly lay-led. Our Board of Directors is elected each year. The Fellowship functions through volunteers from our membership serving on committees such as Sunday Services, Religious Education for Children, Denominational Affairs, Social Action, and Membership. Our Publicity Committee publishes a newsletter. The Fellowship is funded through the contributions of members, associates and friends.

Keywords: Religion

Volunteer Profile of The Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Toronto


The United Society

The United Society
Societa' Unita
1775 Islington Ave, Etobicoke, Ontario

The United Society / Societa' Unita was founded by Fr. Claudio Piccinini, C.P. in Canada in 1972. It is made up of Priests, Religious and Lay men and women working to bring about Peace, Love and Unity in the world. It is an organization focusing on the family and its members.

Keywords: Religion

Volunteer Profile of The United Society


The United Society

Trillium Health Centre
150 Sherway Drive, Etobicoke, Ontario

Trillium Health Partners is a leading hospital with an outstanding record of performance, fiscal responsibility and quality patient care. The hospital encompasses three main sites - Credit Valley Hospital, Mississauga Hospital, and Queensway Health Centre - offering the full range of acute care hospital services, as well as a variety of community-based, specialized programs.

Keywords: Health Centres · Health and Medicine

Volunteer Profile of Trillium Health Centre


The United Society

Women's Habitat of Etobicoke
2408 Lakeshore Blvd W, Etobicoke, Ontario

Women's Habitat provides shelter and services to women with children fleeing violence from intimate partners.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of Women's Habitat of Etobicoke






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The United Society The United Society

The United Society / Societa' Unita was founded by Fr. Claudio Piccinini, C.P. in Canada in 1972. It is made up of Priests, Religious and Lay men and women working to bring about Peace, Love and Unity in the world. It is an organization focusing on the family and its members.


The United Society Eatonville Care Centre

We are a long term care home in Etobicoke, Ontario. We have served the community for over 40 years and currently provide medical, spiritual, and recreational support to 247 residents.


The United Society Jobstart

Complimentary job postings on our website (only for registered employers); Job fairs. At JobStart we provide you with the skills you need to be successful


The United Society Ernestine's Women's Shelter

Ernestine's Women's Shelter was opened in 1983 by a group of community members who saw a need for a safe place for women and children fleeing violence. Since that time, Ernestine's has assisted over 5,000 families with critical immediate care services.

The founders were pleased to name the shelter after Ernestine van Marle who gave them support and guidance as they began the shelter, and continued to support the shelter's efforts in ending violence against women and children until her passing in 2006. Ernestine embodied all the characteristics that our shelter aspires toward: energetic, community minded, supportive and dedicated.


The United Society Etobicoke Humane Society

The Etobicoke Humane Society (EHS) is an independent, all-volunteer, federally registered charity serving the Greater Toronto Area since 1987.

EHS began over 25 years ago as the Etobicoke Animal Welfare Society (EAWS) and subsequently became a registered charity, registered as the Etobicoke Humane Society. As a federally registered charity, EHS operates entirely from donations and our own fundraising efforts.


The United Society Etobicoke Services for Seniors

ESS Support Services is a well established, award-winning, not-for-profit community support agency that has been serving seniors, older adults with disabilities, families and caregivers in the Etobicoke community, and beyond, since 1983.


The United Society Family Association for Mental Health Everywhere

For the past quarter century the Family Association for Mental Health Everywhere (FAME) has worked at the community level, offering families empathy, support, knowledge and a compass for navigating the health care system as an advocate for a loved one living with mental illness. We understand that families play a critical role in the wrap around process of recovery, and the stress associated with this responsibility impacts their health, social and family relations, careers and financial situations.


The United Society Storefront Humber Incorporated

Storefront Humber Inc. is a non-profit charitable organization located in South Etobicoke. We developed out of the growing concern for residents living in the area who were without adequate support to remain independent in their own home. The agency started as a result of caring Humber College students and volunteers and has now flourished to a thriving agency of over 95 employees, providing services to over 2,000 clients.


The United Society The Mimico Station Community Organization

We are a group committed to saving the Mimico Train Station from demolition and returning it to its original beauty.

We want to ensure it not only remains an important part of Etobicoke's heritage, but also serves as a place to which the community has access. We are also committed to establishing a long term plan for sustainability that will make the Station an exciting, vibrant and well-visited destination in south Etobicoke.


The United Society The Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Toronto

The Unitarian Fellowship of Northwest Toronto has been mainly lay-led. Our Board of Directors is elected each year. The Fellowship functions through volunteers from our membership serving on committees such as Sunday Services, Religious Education for Children, Denominational Affairs, Social Action, and Membership. Our Publicity Committee publishes a newsletter. The Fellowship is funded through the contributions of members, associates and friends.



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