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Information about Sports and Recreation Organizations in Halifax offering volunteer opportunities. You can also view additional results of Sports and Recreation Organizations from other locations in Nova Scotia or expand your results by changing the location from the menu to the right.

Most of the sports and recreation groups focus on disabled sports, designed to enhance disabled people’s lives. This includes activities such as therapeutic riding or para-skiing. Also included are recreational councils and athletic associations.

George Burton Toastmasters Club 6022

Easter Seals Nova Scotia
3670 Kempt Road, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Easter Seals Nova Scotia is a not-for-profit organization and registered charity based in Halifax. We advocate for a barrier-free Nova Scotia and provide top-quality services promoting mobility, inclusion and independence for Nova Scotians with disabilities. We have served Nova Scotians with disabilities for more than 80 years.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Independence · Disabled · Children and Youth

Volunteer Profile of Easter Seals Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame

Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame
1800 Argyle Street, Suite 446, Halifax, Nova Scotia

The Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame is a not-for-profit organization.
Our mission is to honour, promote and preserve the sport history of Nova Scotia.
We are located in the Halifax Metro Centre. Admission is Free.

Keywords: Sports and Recreation · Museums and Archives

Volunteer Profile of Nova Scotia Sport Hall of Fame

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