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Information about volunteering and helping the 23 non-profit and charitable organizations located in Windsor, Ontario.

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Welcome Centre Shelter for Women

Windsor Essex County Humane Society
1375 Provincial Road, Windsor, Ontario

The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society is a safe refuge offering rescue and relief for animals in need - providing compassionate care, treatment, and rehabilitation. By reuniting lost animals with their families, adopting animals into forever homes, and providing assistance with spay/neuter we offer them a second chance at life. We are leaders in the community working with others to eliminate all forms of animal suffering caused by overpopulation, neglect, ignorance, and abuse.

Keywords: Rescue and Adoption · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Windsor Essex County Humane Society


Welcome Centre Shelter for Women

Windsor-Essex Children's Aid Society
1671 Riverside Drive East, Windsor, Ontario

The Windsor-Essex Children's Aid Society is dedicated to the well-being and safety of every child by advocating for, and partnering with, our children, families and communities.

Keywords: Crisis Support · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Windsor-Essex Children's Aid Society


Welcome Centre Shelter for Women

Windsor-Essex Therapeutic Riding Association
4465 Huron Church Rd, Windsor, Ontario

In the early 1960's, Dr. Elmer Butt, a noted Windsor radiologist and equestrian observed horses being used for therapy with physically challenged children in England. He brought the idea back to Windsor with him and in September 1971, Dr. Butt chaired a meeting to form what was to become the Windsor Association of Riding for the Handicapped (W.A.R.H). It became the first such association in Canada.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Disabled · Animals

Volunteer Profile of Windsor-Essex Therapeutic Riding Association




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Welcome Centre Shelter for Women Alpha 1 Canada

You donít have to be a doctor to make sick kids feel better. Our organization is small but powerful in so many ways. Please visit our website alpha1canada.ca to read about our comprehensive services and commitment to our patients and their families throughout their journey.

Did you know?
Alpha-1 Canada is locally based right here in Windsor.
Alpha-1 is a rare genetic disease that manifests in the liver, lungs or skin.
Alpha-1 is the leading genetic cause for liver transplantation in children.
Alpha-1 has no cure. Our patients donít get better, we help them survive.
Alpha-1 is often misdiagnosed because it has similar symptoms to COPD and asthma.
The name of the disease, Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency is hard to pronounce, so we use Alpha-1 for short.


Welcome Centre Shelter for Women Canadian Red Cross Windsor Essex County Branch

Our network is vast but our approach is simple. All Red Cross programs and activities are guided by the fundamental principles of humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality. These principles allow us to provide help immediately to whoever needs it, wherever they are, whatever their race, political beliefs, religion, social status or culture.


Welcome Centre Shelter for Women Welcome Centre Shelter for Women

The Welcome Centre Shelter for Women was established in 1989 and provides emergency shelter to women experiencing homelessness. The Welcome Centre offers programming to women 18 years of age or over to assist in ending the cycle of homelessness, poverty and violence.


Welcome Centre Shelter for Women Learning Disabilities Association of Windsor Essex County

The Mission of LDAWE is to assist children, youth, and adults with learning disabilities, and those who support them, through information sharing, support, and relevant programs.


Welcome Centre Shelter for Women Erie Wildlife Rescue

EWR members are dedicated to the treatment and temporary care of injured or orphaned indigenous wildlife, and the subsequent release of healthy animals into appropriate habitats in the wild.


Welcome Centre Shelter for Women Windsor-Essex Therapeutic Riding Association

In the early 1960ís, Dr. Elmer Butt, a noted Windsor radiologist and equestrian observed horses being used for therapy with physically challenged children in England. He brought the idea back to Windsor with him and in September 1971, Dr. Butt chaired a meeting to form what was to become the Windsor Association of Riding for the Handicapped (W.A.R.H). It became the first such association in Canada.


Welcome Centre Shelter for Women Transition to Betterness Family & Health Care

Transition to Betterness (T2B) is a locally born, grassroots charitable organization, founded on the commitment that all funds raised stay within our local community. Established in 1997 by co-founders Doris Lapico and Tania Sorge, T2B exists to provide relief to patients and families dealing with a life altering disease.


Welcome Centre Shelter for Women Alzheimer Society of Windsor and Essex County

Established in Windsor in 1981, the Alzheimer Society of Windsor and Essex County is dedicated to serving those with Alzheimerís disease, and related dementia and their caregivers in the community.


Welcome Centre Shelter for Women Windsor & Essex County Crime Stoppers Inc.

Early in 1985, Windsor Police Service Detective, Bill Stephens, was asked to study the Crime Stoppers program and to take the initial steps required to establish one in Windsor and Essex County. This initiative was done at the request of the Windsor and District Chamber of Commerce, which was the driving force behind the establishment of Crime Stoppers in this area. A civilian Board of Directors was formed with its support and expertise.


Welcome Centre Shelter for Women Theatre Windsor "A Theatre for Everyone"

Located in Windsor Ontario, the company has produced a full season of dramatic contemporary theatre since 1987.



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