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Information about volunteering and helping the 216 non-profit and charitable organizations located in Ottawa, Ontario.

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Nelson House of Ottawa-Carleton
Ottawa, Ontario

Nelson House of Ottawa Carleton is an organization which provides emergency shelter and social services for women and children who are fleeing abuse in their lives.
Nelson House is a non-profit shelter, established in 1992 following three years of planning and effort by a large number of women in the city of Nepean and across the region.

Keywords: Women

Volunteer Profile of Nelson House of Ottawa-Carleton


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New Democratic Party of Canada
Nouveau Parti democratique du Canada
300 - 279 Laurier West, Ottawa, Ontario

The New Democratic Party or NDP is a federal political party in Canada.

Keywords: Politics

Volunteer Profile of New Democratic Party of Canada


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New Moon Rabbit Rescue
Ottawa, Ontario

New Moon Rabbit Rescue is Registered Charity # 82515 0329 RR0001.
We are a "no-kill" organization dedicated to providing care for rescued domestic rabbits.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of New Moon Rabbit Rescue


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Odyssey Theatre
2 Daly Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario

Odyssey offers theatregoers a magical experience. Tales of the trials and triumphs of the human spirit are brought to life with masks, pageantry, original music and humour. We create critically hailed Canadian plays and dynamic adaptations from the international repertoire. Join us-and enter a world of laughter, intrigue and enchantment.

Keywords: Theatre · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Odyssey Theatre


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Operation Come Home
179 Murray Street, Ottawa, Ontario

Operation Come Home is an employment, education, and support centre for homeless and at-risk youth age 16 and up. Our programs focus on what works and what matters to youth, as well as encourage personal growth of everyone as an individual. Operation Come Home is based in Ottawa, Ontario.

Keywords: Family Support · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Operation Come Home


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Options Bytown Non-Profit Housing Corporation
380 Cumberland St, Ottawa, Ontario

Since 1989, Options Bytown has provided permanent homes and support services for people who need help to live independently.

Keywords: Housing · Homeless and Housing

Volunteer Profile of Options Bytown Non-Profit Housing Corporation


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Ottawa Bluesfest
265 Catherine St, 2nd Floor, Ottawa, Ontario

Over the years, Bluesfest has grown to become the landmark event of the Ottawa summer and one of the top-ten music festivals in the world, according to Billboard Magazine. The ongoing love affair between the `fest and its fans continues to this day.

Keywords: Festival · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Bluesfest


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Ottawa Buddhist Society
2650 Ayers Ave., Ottawa, Ontario

The Ottawa Buddhist Society is a Canadian Registered Charity (BN:119071256RR0001) located in Ottawa, Ontario and dedicated to advancing the principles and practices of Buddhism in the Theravada tradition.

Keywords: Religion · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Buddhist Society


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities
229 Colonnade Road South, Ottawa, Ontario

Ottawa-Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (OCAPDD) is the largest and longest-serving association of its kind in Ottawa.

Keywords: Disabled · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Carleton Puppeteers for Kids on the Block
395 Smyth Road, Ottawa, Ontario

The KIDS ON THE BLOCK are a special group of `kids'. A unique troupe of almost life-sized puppets, they act, think and feel just like real children. Each one has definite likes and dislikes, talents and limitations, hopes and fears. And like real children, some have physical, mental, medical or emotional differences or disabilities and some do not.

Keywords: Disabled · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Carleton Puppeteers for Kids on the Block


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Chamber Orchestra
123 Woodbury Cres., Ottawa, Ontario

The Ottawa Chamber Orchestra (OCO) was founded in 1992. It is a dynamic "chamber-sized" symphony orchestra with activities taking place across the entire National Capital Region. Our fifty members include advanced music students, semi-professional musicians, and serious amateurs whose non-musical avocations and professions run the complete gamut. From teenagers to senior citizens, our musicians come from all communities within Ottawa proper and its periphery. Our concerto performances open the stage to some of the most accomplished professional musicians in our area.

Keywords: Music · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Chamber Orchestra


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Children's Choir
Ottawa, Ontario

The Ottawa Children's Choir exists to enrich artistically the lives of our choristers, families and the community. We offer an instructional music program emphasizing musicianship and vocal training through choral music experience.

Keywords: Music · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Children's Choir


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Chinese Community Service Centre
381 Kent St, Suite 4004, Ottawa, Ontario

The Ottawa Chinese Community Service Centre is a non-profit, non-partisan, charitable organization committed to advancing the full social and economic integration and participation of newcomers, immigrants and people of Chinese descent in the City of Ottawa.

Keywords: Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Chinese Community Service Centre


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Community Coalition for Literacy
Regroupement D'ottawa Pour L'alphabetisation
211 Bronson Ave, Suite 107, Ottawa, Ontario

The Ottawa Community Coalition for Literacy supports, promotes and strengthens adult literacy services in Ottawa and the counties of Renfrew, Lanark and Prescott-Russell.

Keywords: Education and Literacy · Adult Learning

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Community Coalition for Literacy


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization
959 Wellington Street West, Ottawa, Ontario

Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization (OCISO) has been providing comprehensive settlement and integration services to the Ottawa community since 1978. OCISO's award-winning programs include community integration, public education, mental health counselling, school based programs, and English language instruction to newcomers.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Employment and Careers

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Dragon Boat Foundation
407 Laurier Avenue West, Unit 34, Ottawa, Ontario

The Tim Hortons Ottawa Dragon Boat Festival is a not for profit event founded in 1993. The organization held it's inaugural festival in 1994 with the assistance of the Hong Kong Canada Business Association. The first event lasted half a day with 25 teams participating. The Festival, which now boasts over 200 teams in competitive, corporate and community categories, is one of the hottest sporting and entertainment events in the Nation's Capital.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Dragon Boat Foundation


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club
Ottawa, Ontario

Founded in 1863 (and incorporated in 1879), the Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club is the oldest natural history club in Canada. Over 800 members have interests in all aspects of the natural world, from birding to botanizing, investigation to publication, conservation to cooperation.

Keywords: Environment

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Friends of Tibet
211 Bronson Avenue, Suite 244, Ottawa, Ontario

Our mission is to serve disadvantaged Tibetan children, men and women in India, Nepal and Tibet, and to increase public awareness and appreciation of Tibetan culture.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Friends of Tibet


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Heart Institute Research Corporation
Corporation De Recherches De L'institut De Cardiologie D'ottawa
40 Ruskin Street, Ottawa, Ontario

We are Canada's largest and foremost cardiovascular health centre dedicated to understanding, treating, and preventing heart disease. We deliver high-tech care with a personal touch, shape the way cardiovascular medicine is practiced, and revolutionize cardiac treatment and understanding. We build knowledge through research and translate discoveries into advanced care. We serve the local, national, and international communities as we pioneer a new era in heart health.

Keywords: Health and Medicine · Disorders

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Heart Institute Research Corporation


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities

Ottawa Highland Dancing Association
19 Malhotra Court, Ottawa, Ontario

The Ottawa Highland Dancing Association (OHDA) is a non-profit organization founded in 1951 to promote highland dancing in the Ottawa area. Highland dancing is perhaps best known to the general public through the famous sword dance but there are 21 other equally intricate and challenging dances that tell stories or themes. In addition, this style of dancing is alive and growing through new innovations and choreographies.

Keywords: Dance · Arts and Culture

Volunteer Profile of Ottawa Highland Dancing Association




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(9 km): Nepean

(16 km): Orleans

(18 km): Greely

(18 km): Kanata

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(22 km): Stittsville

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(24 km): Carp

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Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities 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!


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities 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.


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities 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.


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities 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.


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities 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.


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities The Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre

The Salvation Army - Ottawa Booth Centre is a men's emergency shelter located in the Byward Market.


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities 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.


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities 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


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities 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).


Ottawa Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities 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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