Adsum offers a range of services and support to women, families, youth and trans persons during periods of homelessness.
Adventure Camp Challenge is a summer overnight residential camp for girls, boys and teens from 7-18 years.
The Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia’s mission is to alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias in addition to promoting the search for the causes, treatments and cures.
The Aninga Project works to educate and empower girls in Uganda by paying for school fees and other related expenses.
The NS Aphasia Association promotes aphasia awareness and community aphasia programs.
The Arthritis Society empowers more than 4.6 million Canadians with arthritis to live their lives to the fullest by combating the effects of arthritis. Since 1948, they has invested more than $195 million in arthritis research to develop better treatments and ultimately find a cure.
The Asthma Society of Canada seeks to empower every child and adult in Canada to live an active and symptom-free life.
Autism Nova Scotia (ANS) is a registered charity that supports individuals with autism, their families, educators, healthcare professionals and researchers throughout Nova Scotia.
Bide Awhile is a private, no-kill animal shelter that has been providing support to homeless animals since 1969. Bide Awhile is a place where animals can feel safe and cared-for while they wait for their permanent home.
Bonny Lea Farm, located in Chester, NS, have been supporting adults living with disabilities since 1973, offering residential & vocational programming. Through donations, Bonny Lea Farm is able to help adults with intellectual and physical disabilities learn, grow and succeed!
Every day 27 Canadians are diagnosed with a brain tumour. Donations support critical research into this disease and fund important patient programs across the country.
Brigadoon Village is a year-round recreational facility that offers camp programming to children and youth living with a chronic illness, chronic condition or special need.
The Canadian Aniridia Foundation is focused on awareness, research and support for individuals with Aniridia, a rare genetic disease that effects eye development
Our mission is to lead the fight against diabetes by: helping those affected by diabetes to live healthy lives, preventing the onset and consequences of diabetes, discovering a cure.
Chebucto Connections is working to break the cycle of poverty and to support residents of all ages so they benefit from a future full of possibility. Their vision is a community that is actively engaged in continuing to make Spryfield and District a vibrant place.
Craigs Cause Pancreatic Cancer Society strives to provide support to those with pancreatic cancer and their families, to create awareness and educate about the disease, and to raise research funds leading to earlier detection and better treatments and quality of life for patients.
Cystic Fibrosis Canada has a vision – a world without CF. They raise funds to support world-class research, specialized CF clinical care and raise awareness to help those living with CF.
A welcoming space where people come together to grow, cook, share and advocate for good food. They provide access to high-quality food in a dignified setting; opportunities to learn cooking and gardening skills and a place for people to connect!
Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation (DMRF), established in 1979, supports medical research excellence at Dalhousie Medical School and its affiliated health care institutions.
By recognizing what young people can learn outside the boundaries of formal education, the Duke of Ed Award empowers them to discover hidden talents, develop leadership potential, make a difference in their community and explore the wonders of the great outdoors.
The Ecology Action Centre is a local Nova Scotian organization committed to tackling the most pressing environmental issues of our time.
The Epilepsy Association of Nova Scotia provides education and resources to support persons living with epilepsy, their communities and we support ongoing research.
Halifax Search and Rescue
The mandate of Halifax Search and Rescue is to locate and rescue lost persons in the best possible condition. However, they also serve the community in many other ways, including evidence searches with local police authorities, wilderness survival and education sessions for children and adults, evacuations and other civil emergency responses.
Halifax Dance is dedicated to the development of dance and movement arts through education, performance and community development. For over four decades, Halifax Dance has been nationally recognized as a leader in dance education and development.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation works to prevent disease by empowering Canadians to live healthy lives. They save lives by enabling emergency response and treatment that’s faster and better, and promote recovery by enhancing support for survivors.
HOPE worldwide of Canada serves thousands of poor and needy individuals all across Canada. Their mission is to develop programs that engage volunteers to meet needs in our communities, and to live out our faith by serving the poor and suffering in our communities.
ILNS is a non-profit group controlled by persons with disabilities, supporting people with any kind or combination of disabilities. They support persons with disabilities to make informed choices about how they want to live their lives.They provide this support by offering programs and services that promote Independent Living.
Our goal is to provide the IWK with the funding it needs so it can continue to provide highly-specialized care to patients and families when they need it most.
Laing House empowers youth living with mental illness through peer support and innovative engagement.
Team In Training (TNT) is a fundraising program for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada and the only endurance sports training program for charity that raises money for blood cancer research.
Literacy Nova Scotia’s mission is to ensure all Nova Scotians have equal access to quality literacy, essential skills and lifelong learning opportunities.
The Lung Association of Nova Scotia is dedicated to improving the lung health of those in our province. Through advocacy, research, patient services and education, they are working to make Nova Scotia a healthier place to live and breathe.
Metro Non-Profit Housing Association work to assist adults who have been homeless or are at risk of being homeless to create and maintain their homes. The housing projects and drop-in center provides them with a stable base and supportive environment.
Muscular Dystrophy Canada’s mission is to enhance the lives of those affected with neuromuscular disorders by continually working to provide ongoing support and resources while relentlessly searching for a cure through well funded research.
Neptune Theatre is Nova Scotia’s largest not-for-profit professional company. For more than 50 years, Neptune has showcased the work of actors, designers, directors and playwrights of Atlantic Canada and beyond.
Nourish is the provincial partner and largest supporter of school breakfast programs in Nova Scotia. They provide resources for healthy learning environments, and assist in the development of edible school gardens that connect students to healthy food they grow themselves.
The NSCC Foundation is dedicated to improving access to education for students via scholarships and bursaries, urgent aid, innovative programming, cutting-edge instructional equipment and centres of expertise.
Ovarian Cancer Canada works to change the trajectory of ovarian cancer by raising awareness about the disease, supporting patients and their families and funding research to develop early detection techniques, improved treatments and, ultimately, a cure.
Parkinson Canada is the national voice of Canadians living with Parkinson’s disease. From diagnosis to discovery, they guide the way for Canadians to live well with Parkinson’s disease through education, advocacy and support services.
Pathway to Progress Nicaragua is dedicated to supporting an educational scholarship program for disadvantaged children in Managua, Nicaragua.
Helping Kids Do Anything! Whether it’s providing support to children with special needs or ensuring hungry tummies are filled with nutritious food, the Presidents Choice Childrens Charity want to make sure kids have every opportunity to live to their full potential.
With financial support from all levels of the community, the QEII Foundation helps fund new technologies, medical research, innovation and professional education that contribute to life-changing moments experienced every day by patients and their loved ones at the QEII.
The Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative is a global partnership that works to progressively eradicate the use and recruitment of child soldiers. They work with national, regional and international bodies to ensure a world where children are no longer used as weapons of war.
Ronald McDonald House Charities® Atlantic provides support and comfort to families with sick children and offers accommodations and support programs such as the Ronald McDonald House in Halifax, and Ronald McDonald Family Rooms in the IWK and Moncton Hospital.
The Symphony Nova Scotia orchestra is a driving force for music education reaching thousands of young audience members by delivering innovative education and outreach programs across Nova Scotia.
The Club Inclusion provides programming for teens and adults with mental and/or physical disabilities. We work to cement a sense of belonging and provide the bridge to supports in the wider community.
The YMCA is a charity committed to inclusivity and personal development where we nurture all people to reach their full potential. They believe that every child, young person and family should have equal opportunity to participate in programs that will help them grow.