to build a better tomorrow Ailsa Craig & Area Food Bank & Thrift Store is dedicated to providing a monthly food hamper to those facing financial hardship in our area, maintaining and enhancing recipient comfort and self-esteem, and offering quality, affordable, gently used clothing & household items.Ai MHi is a nonprofit association started by families in 1957, but has grown to provide essential services to the community.They offer specialized services for youth ages 16 - 24, adults over the age of 25, and students with disabilities.
AFM's vision is to have all people in Alberta have access to healthy food, as close to home as possible.
AFM fosters leadership, relationships, and actions that reconnect people, land, food.
A gathering place for people and a centre to foster new ideas in education, economic development, social service delivery and training.
The Access Pro Bono Society of BC (APB) is a charitable organization whose mission is to promote access to justice in British Columbia by providing and fostering quality pro bono (free) legal services for people and nonprofit organizations of limited means.
Their aim is to empower, educate, advocate, house and promote dignity for social intergration.
An educational movement that promotes global education and intercultural understanding through quality exchange programs for youth and adults.The organization serves single adults, couples, families and children.They provide 24-7 access in an empathetic and non-judgmental environment.Ability First Ottawa works to assist persons with disabilities to reach their goals in employment skills, recreation, social skills and art.To encourage and inspire persons with disabilities to reach their full potential and dreams.APB operates over 100 free legal advice clinics in communities throughout BC.