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174 Bank Street, Ottawa, Ontario
Cat-a-Match Rescue (C.A.M.R.) is a Canadian registered charity Bus./Registration No. 81279 1069 RR0001 designated as a CHARITABLE ORGANIZATION.
Keywords: Rescue and Adoption
Volunteer Profile of Cat-A-Match Rescue
22 O'Meara Street, Ottawa, Ontario
Causeway has been assisting people with mental health issues and disabilities in the Ottawa region for more than 30 years
Keywords: Mental Health
· Employment and Careers
Volunteer Profile of Causeway Foundation
216 Murray Street, Ottawa, Ontario
Centre 454 offers servcies for people living in poverty and who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
· Homeless and Housing
· Crisis Support
Volunteer Profile of Centre 454
Centretown Community Health Centre Inc
420 Cooper St, Ottawa, Ontario
We are a nonprofit, multi-service Community Health Centre that is playing an active role in the community since 1969. Our programs and services provide an ingrained presence in communities throughout the city so people can access the support that they need. We offer a full range of community services delivered by a diverse team of professionals. Our team includes doctors, nurses, social workers, counsellors, dietitians, community developers, health promoters, and outreach workers.
Keywords: Health Centres
· Health and Medicine
Volunteer Profile of Centretown Community Health Centre Inc
Cepal-Canadian-Palestinian Educational Exchange
323 Chapel Street, 3rd Floor, Ottawa, Ontario
CEPAL serves Palestinian refugees in Lebanon by increasing their access to education. By raising public awareness in Canada of the plight of refugees, CEPAL also fosters a knowledge exchange between Canadians and Palestinians.
Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees
Volunteer Profile of Cepal-Canadian-Palestinian Educational Exchange
Child and Youth Friendly Ottawa
1500 Merivale Road, Ottawa, Ontario
One of the more common inquiries we get is from parents who are looking for daycare services. Choosing a daycare for your children is one of the biggest and important decisions you will likely have made up until this point of your parenting lives.
· Children and Youth
Volunteer Profile of Child and Youth Friendly Ottawa
Child Care Providers Resource Network of Ottawa-Carleton
30 Colonnade Rd, Suite 275, Ottawa, Ontario
The Child Care Providers Resource Network of Ottawa-Carleton, is a non-profit, charitable organization committed to providing support, information, training and resources to individuals who offer child care in a home setting.
Keywords: Family Support
· Children and Youth
Volunteer Profile of Child Care Providers Resource Network of Ottawa-Carleton
CISV is an independent, non-political, volunteer organization promoting cross-cultural friendship through a variety of educational programs for youth and adults in 60 countries around the world. Charitable Registration # 13224 87176 RR0001.
· Education and Literacy
Volunteer Profile of CISV Ottawa
Citizens for Public Justice
309 Cooper St, Suite 501, Ottawa, Ontario
Citizens for Public Justice seeks human flourishing and the integrity of creation as our faithful response to God's call for love and justice. We envision a world in which individuals, communities, societal institutions, and governments all contribute to and benefit from the common good.
Volunteer Profile of Citizens for Public Justice
Compucorps Mentoring Inc
Les Mentors De Compucorps Inc
1040 Somerset St W, Ottawa, Ontario
CompuCorps is a high-tech charity that seeks to benefit Canadian societyby providing at risk groups (Aboriginal, youth, seniors and those living with disability) career and life skills training focused on access to technology (computers) and the internet.
Keywords: Family Services
· Community Services
Volunteer Profile of Compucorps Mentoring Inc
Congress of Aboriginal Peoples
867, boul. St. Laurent Blvd, Ottawa, Ontario
The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples (CAP) is one of five National Aboriginal Representative Organizations recognized by the Government of Canada. Founded in 1971 as the Native Council of Canada (NCC), the organization was originally established to represent the interests of M‚tis and non-status Indians. Reorganized and renamed in 1993, CAP has extended its constituency to include all off-reserve status and non-status Indians, M‚tis and Southern Inuit Aboriginal Peoples, and serves as the national voice for its provincial and territorial affiliate organizations. CAP also holds consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), which facilitates its participation on international issues of importance to Indigenous Peoples.
· First Nation and Aboriginal Peoples
Volunteer Profile of Congress of Aboriginal Peoples
Conservative Party of Canada
Parti conservateur du Canada
Conservative Party of Canada is a political party in Canada.
Volunteer Profile of Conservative Party of Canada
Council of Heritage Organizations in Ottawa
Conseil Des Organismes Du Patrimoine D'ottawa
280 Metcalfe Street, Suite 504, Ottawa, Ontario
The Council of Heritage Organizations in Ottawa | le Conseil des organismes du patrimoine d'Ottawa (CHOO|COPO) is an umbrella organization serving cultural heritage organizations in the greater Ottawa area. CHOO|COPO plays a lead role in developing and sustaining Ottawa's heritage sector and ensuring local residents have access to heritage. To achieve its objectives, CHOO|COPO works closely with museums, archives, historical and genealogical societies, cultural communities, heritage buildings and sites as well as a range of heritage scholars, supporters and advocates.
· Arts and Culture
Volunteer Profile of Council of Heritage Organizations in Ottawa
Country Cat Sanctuary
Here at "Country Cat Sanctuary" my aim is to find homes for the abandoned cats I rescue. Regardless of how long it takes, I will find each cat a new home with someone who will provide it with loving care and attention for the rest of its natural life. When I place a cat in your home, I want to ensure that you and your cat will enjoy many happy years to-gether. However, if the adoption dosen't work out (or if the adopter must give up the cat at any time) "Country Cat Sanctuary" will willingly take the cat back and find another suitable home.
Keywords: Rescue and Adoption
Volunteer Profile of Country Cat Sanctuary
Crisis Pregnancy Centre of Ottawa
889 Bank Street, Suite 201, Ottawa, Ontario
First Place OPTIONS is a non-profit charitable agency offering decision aid coaching to anyone facing an unplanned pregnancy.
Keywords: Crisis Support
Volunteer Profile of Crisis Pregnancy Centre of Ottawa
44 Eccles St., Suite 200, Ottawa, Ontario
Cuso International is a development organization that works to reduce poverty and inequality through the efforts of highly skilled volunteers, collaborative partnerships and compassionate donors.
Volunteer Profile of Cuso
Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre
Centre De Traitement Pour Jeunes Dave Smith
786 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario
Located in Ottawa the Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre (DSYTC) is a non-profit, residential, and community-based agency that is dedicated to helping youth (13-21) and families across Ontario overcome substance abuse and related issues and to achieve a healthier lifestyle. With separate evidence-based programs tailored to the specific needs of young men and women, it is the only Centre of its kind in Eastern Ontario.
Keywords: Health and Medicine
Volunteer Profile of Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre
Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter
393 Piccadilly Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario
Since 1982, Daybreak has been a place to call home for men and women who not only have difficulty finding affordable housing but also struggle with issues such as mental health, recovery from addictions, escaping abusive situations and limited life skills.
Keywords: Homeless and Housing
Volunteer Profile of Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter
Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region
Box 3457, Station C, Ottawa, Ontario
We are the people who are here, day or night, 24/7, to answer the calls from those who are reaching out for help. Callers may have simple questions, or they may be in crisis. Either way, with more than 200 volunteers answering nearly 50,000 calls a year, we provide an integral, important and vital service in the community.
Keywords: Crisis Support
Volunteer Profile of Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region
Dovercourt Recreation Association
411 Dovercourt Ave, Ottawa, Ontario
Dovercourt Recreation Association (DRA) is a not for profit charitable organization (Registered Charity No. 11944 4263 RR0001) dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in our community through recreation programs.
Keywords: Family Services
· Community Services
Volunteer Profile of Dovercourt Recreation Association
Volunteering in Ottawa
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Locations near Ottawa
(9 km): Nepean
(16 km): Orleans
(18 km): Greely
(18 km): Kanata
(20 km): Manotick
(22 km): Stittsville
(24 km): Metcalfe
(24 km): Carp
(26 km): Cumberland
(26 km): Kars
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Insight Theatre - Planned Parenthood Ottawa
A by-youth-for-youth-about-youth volunteer program that provides public health education to Ottawa area schools and community organizations through theatre!
Tim Hortons Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival
Recognized as North America's largest dragon boating festival the four day celebration offers free admission to multiple stages with world class programming, marquee concerts, amusement attractions, sports demonstrations, a variety of artisans, exhibitors, delicious culinary treats, beach-side bar, children's area and non-stop racing.
Canadian Blood Services
Canadian Blood Services manages the national supply of blood, blood products and stem cells, and related services for all the provinces and territories (excluding Quebec). We also lead an integrated, interprovincial system for organ donation and transplantation for all of Canada.
Canadian Cancer Survivor Network
One of CCSN’s main objectives is to promote and encourage advocacy among survivors and patients. Our goal is to work with government and all political parties to educate and promote positive and considered policy ideas that will result in an optimum experience for cancer patients and survivors in the health care system. With empowered survivors as our advocates and partners, we bring a practical perspective to the discussion.
We host yearly breakfasts at Queen’s Park in September to raise awareness about metastatic prostate cancer.
Friends of the Earth Canada
Friends of the Earth Canada (FoE) has grown from a small group of volunteers in 1978 to one of the country's most important voices speaking out on environmental issues.
The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre
The Salvation Army - Ottawa Booth Centre is a men's emergency shelter located in the Byward Market.
Victorian Order of Nurses
If you, or someone in your family, were recovering from an illness and needed home care, who would you trust? Most Canadians from coast to coast would say VON. The reason: at VON Canada (Victorian Order of Nurses), we believe in treating the whole person, not just their ailment. VON offers more than 75 different home care, personal support, and community services to enhance each client’s quality of life by providing them with the personal assistance and support needed to make them comfortable in their own home. We’ve been doing so for more than 114 years.
Friends of the Ottawa Public Library Association
We are Advocates, Promoters and Fundraisers of the Ottawa Public Library. Through the sale of used books we donate over $250k to the library every year
St John Ambulance
At St. John Ambulance our mission is to enable Canadians to improve their health, safety and quality of life by providing training (first aid) and community services (health and safety).
The National Capital Suzuki School of Music
SuzukiMusic, also known as the National Capital Suzuki School of Music, was founded in 1987 to promote the musical education of children and to nurture their development through the Suzuki method.
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