Organizations We Support

Aid to WomenAid to Women

300 Gerrard Street East
Toronto, ON  M5A 2G7




4300 Steeles Avenue West - Unit 35
Vaughan, ON  L4L 4C2

Alternatives, a Day Program for adults with Intellectual Disabilities, was established by a group of concerned parents in 1998. They dreamed of a place where people with disabilities could participate in meaningful activities designed to promote self care skills and active participation within the community. The goal was and remains for all people with disabilities to work with and for their communities, through vocational, recreation and volunteer opportunities.
Through the years Alternatives has grown from a home-based program to a respected model of success within the community. Alternatives has helped many people with Intellectual Disabilities from both York Region and Toronto to achieve their personal goals for success. The program is a shining example of what is possible when proactive parents and a caring community come together.
Our Mission
To assist individuals living with developmental challenges to integrate meaningfully within their communities by providing both life and job-skills training and experience.
Bringing Our Mission to Life
The Alternatives program successfully adapts to each individual's needs and abilities, and provides opportunity to develop a full range of personal, social and vocational skills. Our program encompasses meaningful activities designed to promote learning and involvement in vocational, functional, academic and self care skills, as well as including opportunities for recreation and volunteering.



Birthright InternationalBirthright International

777 Coxwell Ave.
Toronto, ON  M4C 3C6



Campaign Life CoalitionCampaign Life Coalition

104 Bond St. - Suite 300
Toronto, ON  M5B 1X9
416 204-9749

We are the premiere advocate for legal and cultural change in Canada with respect to protecting human life and the family. Campaign Life Coalition is a national, non-profit organization with offices from coast-to-coast. We work tirelessly to heal the cultural insanity that leads our nation to tolerate the killing of 100,000 pre-born Canadian children every year.


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C/O St Peter's Church
100 Bainbridge Ave.
Woodbridge, ON  L4L 3Y1



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2300 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON  M4P 3C8



The Right To Life Association of Torontoplaceholder

120 Eglinton Ave East - Suite 302
Toronto, ON  M4P 1E2



The Safehaven Project for Community LivingSafehaven

1173 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON  M6H 1M9

Upon first stepping into a Safehaven location, you will quickly realize what so many families and friends already know... The Safehaven Project for Community Living is much more than a residential and respite organization. It's a home. A home full of dedicated caregivers, families, volunteers and, of course, extraordinary children. If you have a child or youth with multiple disabilities and complex medical needs, or would like to help those that do, give us a call. No question is too big or small.


Vaughan Food BankVaughan Food Bank

5732 Hwy # 7 - Units 3 & 4
Vaughan, ON


The Vaughan Food Bank has been operating since 1995 and is associated with the Vaughan Community Information Centre and The PennyWise Thrift Store., is incorporated and has a charity registration number. The Vaughan Food Bank is operated entirely by volunteers, there is no paid staff what so ever.
The Food Bank is open to needy clients every 28 days, on Thursdays and Fridays only from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Vaughan Food Bank services needy residents of Vaughan, as well as various agencies in York Region such as - Transitional Housing Services - Yellow Brick House, - Rose of Sharon - Cross Links Community Services - Vitanova Foundation - Caritas - Men’s Sana - and other Food Banks in York Region when requested
The Vaughan Food Bank is an emergency food bank and is wheelchair accessible. Legal aid services referral is available to those in our community who require such services. As well as regular volunteers, the food bank uses the local high school volunteer programs and Ontario Justice Services Program.
The Vaughan Food Bank provides a complete Toy and Food Basket program during the Christmas Festive Season. Funding for the Vaughan Food Bank is supported by contributions from various corporations, individuals and the Pennywise Thrift Store .There is no monetary support from municipal, provincial or federal governments.