Rose City Kids is a non-profit organization whose goal is to make a difference in the lives of children living in Welland, Ontario. Rose City Kids launched its very first program in March 2008. Now they serve over 600 children. Programs start for kids at age 4 and are offered right through their adolescent years.
Read more: www.rosecitykids.com
The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer.
Read more: www.cancer.ca
Cairn Christian School operates two schools; one in Smithville and one in Stoney Creek. Children, JK to grade 8, from Beamsville, Grimsby, Stoney Creek, Binbrook, East Hamilton, Welland, Wainfleet, Fonthill, Fenwick, Campden, St. Anns, Smithville, and Grimsby Mountain attend these schools.
‘With families from over thirty churches working together, Cairn’s schools are vibrant, active educational centres that equip students to develop their gifts, excel in learning, grow their faith, and make a difference in the world.’
Read more: www.cairnchristianschool.ca
SCH is an independent Christian Highschool located in the Niagara Region. Offering Christ centered education to students in grades 9-12, the environment of this school is made to be fun, friendly, inclusive and respectful.
Read more: www.smithvillechristian.ca
The foundation was developed as a long-term funding solution for Christian Schools. They gather funds from charitable gifts, memorial gifts etc. to obtain a balanced budget and to minimize tuition increases and to create a growing Christian School foundation.
Read more: www.christianschoolfoundation.ca
Is an undergraduate Christian Liberal Arts and Science University. They foster a spiritually vibrant and caring community and they can boast about their beautiful and environmentally friendly campus.
Read more: www.redeemer.ca
Habitat for Humanity builds affordable housing with the help of their volunteers, all while promoting home ownership with the hopes to break the cycle of poverty.
Read more: www.habitatniagara.ca
Founded in 1972, the centennial of the first Arbor Day observance in the 19th century, the foundation has grown to become the largest nonprofit membership organization dedicated to planting trees, with over one million members, supporters, and valued partners.
Read more: www.arborday.org
Serves the needs of the Christian, Dutch Canadian community in long term care and retirement living. They make sure all of the social, emotional, cognitive, physical and spiritual needs are optimized with their residents.
Read more: www.shalommanor.ca
Prepares graduates with the practical and theoretical knowledge as well as technical skills that are critical in today’s horticultural industry.
Read more: www.niagaraparks.com
In this diverse program students explore sustainable growing techniques for the landscape, garden, and greenhouse.
Read more: www.niagaracollege.ca