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Information about volunteering and helping the 3 non-profit and charitable organizations located in Vaughan, Ontario.

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Hatton Dog Rescue
Vaughan, Ontario

We are a small but dedicated dog rescue in York Region. Any dog of any breed, in need. We receive no funding. If you adopt a dog from us we do request a $300.00 one time donation to help defray vetting costs and to be able to help the next injured, ill, or homeless dog. Our dogs are fostered in private homes, therefore any "meet and greets" are done at the time of your scheduled 'home visit'. We gratefully accept gently used comforters, blankets, towels and any monetary donations. **Any kitties/cats listed are a $50.00 one time donation, also to help with vet care. ALL dogs and cats are 100% vetted.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Hatton Dog Rescue


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JIAS Toronto
Branch: Joseph and Wolf Lebovic Jewish Community Campus
9600 Bathurst Street, Suite 242, Vaughan, Ontario

JIAS was established in 1922 to help Jews build a new life in Canada. Today, JIAS Toronto is a government and community funded immigrant service organization providing comprehensive services to 8,000 immigrants a year. Founded by the Jewish community, we remain rooted in Jewish values and guided by the principle of "welcoming the strangers in our midst". With locations in both Toronto and York Region, we reach out to welcome and provide a full range of information, settlement and integration services to all newcomer communities in the languages they speak and in close proximity to where they live.

Keywords: Immigrants and Refugees · Employment and Careers · Education and Literacy · Cultural Centres · Community Services

Volunteer Profile of JIAS Toronto


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The City of Vaughan Public Library Board
2141 Major Mackenzie Dr, Vaughan, Ontario

Vaughan Public Libraries offer welcoming destinations that educate, excite and empower our community.

Keywords: Libraries · Education and Literacy

Volunteer Profile of The City of Vaughan Public Library Board






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(9 km): North York

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Youth Without Shelter Hatton Dog Rescue

We are a small but dedicated dog rescue in York Region. Any dog of any breed, in need. We receive no funding. If you adopt a dog from us we do request a $300.00 one time donation to help defray vetting costs and to be able to help the next injured, ill, or homeless dog. Our dogs are fostered in private homes, therefore any "meet and greets" are done at the time of your scheduled 'home visit'. We gratefully accept gently used comforters, blankets, towels and any monetary donations. **Any kitties/cats listed are a $50.00 one time donation, also to help with vet care. ALL dogs and cats are 100% vetted.


Youth Without Shelter The City of Vaughan Public Library Board

Vaughan Public Libraries offer welcoming destinations that educate, excite and empower our community.


Youth Without Shelter JIAS Toronto

JIAS was established in 1922 to help Jews build a new life in Canada. Today, JIAS Toronto is a government and community funded immigrant service organization providing comprehensive services to 8,000 immigrants a year. Founded by the Jewish community, we remain rooted in Jewish values and guided by the principle of “welcoming the strangers in our midst”. With locations in both Toronto and York Region, we reach out to welcome and provide a full range of information, settlement and integration services to all newcomer communities in the languages they speak and in close proximity to where they live.



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