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The Interfaith Counselling Centre has been serving the needs of individuals, couples and families for over 30 years. The Centre was established by the New Hamburg and Area Ministerial (a group of local churches) in 1982 and is a registered non-profit organization under the direction of an elected and volunteer Board of Directors.
St Mary's General Hospital Foundation is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to enhancing patient care at St.Mary's General Hospital through the funding of vital equipment and programs.
The 100 Men of Wilmot's contribution to the foundation will be used towards medical treadmills for cardiac patients. As a bonus Manulife will be matching the donation!
Community Care Concepts provides high quality support services throughout the Townships of Woolwich, Wellesley and Wilmot. This enables seniors and special needs clients to remain as independent as possible in their own homes. Community Care Concepts is a non-profit volunteer based organization.
Community Care Concepts envisions a comprehensive range of quality, appropriate, affordable and accessible services that enables clients to achieve well-being and quality of life to the fullest extent possible.
Cystic Fibrosis Canada is a national charitable not-for-profit corporation established in 1960, and is one of the world’s top three charitable organizations committed to finding a cure for cystic fibrosis (CF). As an internationally recognized leader in funding innovation and clinical care, we invest more in life-saving CF research and care than any other non-governmental agency in Canada.
Since establishment, Cystic Fibrosis Canada has invested more than $261 million in leading research, innovation and care. As a result, Canadians with cystic fibrosis have one of the highest median survival rates in the world.
We rely on the generous support of our volunteers, donors, and partners in our shared mission to improve the lives of Canadians living with cystic fibrosis, and ultimately to find a cure for this devastating disease.
People have a right to die with dignity, free from pain, surrounded by their loved ones in a setting of their choice.
Lisaard and Innisfree Hospice provides quality palliative care in a home-like setting for adults facing an end-of-life-diagnosis and dying of a life-limiting illness.
Both houses welcome residents without charge, offering support for individuals and their families throughout the end-of-life journey.
For 38 years, Wilmot Family Resource Centre has been the leading provider of social support services to low-income and food-insecure families and individuals in Wilmot and Wellesley Townships. We deeply and thoroughly understand the needs of our community because we are part of the community we serve. We know the unique challenges of delivering support services to residents in rural areas.
The WRSPC is a nonprofit grassroots organization from Waterloo Region that operates under the supervision of a board and influenced by the voices of our community brought forward through our advisory committee. We strive to maintain equitable representations from professionals/organizations dealing directly with suicidal behavior, associated professionals and gatekeepers, and the community (family, friends and individuals affected by suicide).
The WRSPC focuses on three key priorities for our community to achieve our vision and mission: 1) Building Sense of Community, 2) Education and Training, and 3) Organizational Capacity and Excellence.
Strong Start® Charitable Organization is a registered Canadian charity that helps children learn to read. Our programs involve working with children directly in addition to providing resources for families to support the development of strong literacy skills. We work through partnerships with schools, community centres, educators, and volunteers to create lifelong readers. Together, we are helping young children reach their potential and strengthening communities.
Carizon is a source of hope for our community. When children, youth, adults, couples or families face life’s challenges, Carizon programs and services provide the care and compassion to help them achieve wellness.
Carizon specializes in children’s mental health, youth engagement and development, family violence, individual and family counselling, credit counselling, settlement supports and collective wellness.
With a head office located in the heart of the City of Kitchener, Carizon provides a full spectrum of services in more than 70 locations throughout the Region.
Carizon is committed to providing services in a way that respects the dignity and independence of people with disabilities. Carizon strives to give individuals with disabilities opportunity to access services and to benefit from the same services, in the same place and in a similar way as others, unless an alternative measure is necessary to enable the person to access services.
Monica Place provides life changing supports to pregnant and parenting youth. Our vision is a collaborative and responsive community where pregnant and parenting youth are safe, supported and valued.
The Wilmot Fire Department was a collection of three brigades that were formed between the late 1800's and 1914. The settlement areas of Baden, New Dundee & New Hamburg formed fire brigades (departments). Wilmot Firefighters are extremely proud of their heritage, and it shows as many former firefighters continue to reside and be a positive impact within the community.
This donation was provided to allow the Wilmot Fire department to purchase a specially outfitted all terrain side by side ATV and hauling trailer that can be utilized throughout the Township to conduct trail rescues and to extinguish remote bush fires.
In October 2013 Sharon Gilroy-Dreher made her first ask for socks on a Facebook post. It was a happy way to remember her mom and mark what should have been her 80th birthday. Family and friends rose to the challenge and 492 pairs were collected for Out of the Cold shelters.
In the years that followed, the entire community wrapped their arms around this annual campaign. By 2019 over 100 companies, teams and schools were hosting collections. Since that first campaign, ToastyToes Waterloo Region has already distributed 130,000+ pairs of new socks to agencies and programs supporting people experiencing or at risk of homelessness in our Region.
Forest Glen's "Greening the Glen" project got underway in 2014, as the school has made an effort to enhance their outdoor area with shade trees, armour stone seating, and an outdoor classroom.
The proposed play area will be made of natural materials while it would promote sliding, climbing and other activities. It would also be made available to primary and junior students.
The total price tag for the project is estimated to be about $25,000, which will be funded through fundraising programs and other grants.
Namish Modi - New Hamburg Independent
In 1984, a small group of enthusiastic individuals got together to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Trinity Lutheran Church in New Hamburg with a presentation of Godspell. This production immediately prompted the planning of another, and another. These productions grew and evolved. The group known as Trinity Community Players made a name for themselves with quality productions and a firm grounding in the community, giving back a portion of proceeds back to local causes. Over time, Trinity Community Players became The Community Players of New Hamburg, or more affectionately, TCP.
Considered by many to be one of the finest community theatre organizations in Ontario, TCP continues to present large-scale musicals on the Trinity Theatre stage each spring, and now a fall drama as well. TCP buys locally whenever possible to support local business, and we provide a yearly scholarship to a Waterloo-Oxford D.S.S. student going on to a post-secondary education in the arts.
Our vision is to create beautiful spaces where intergenerational communities will thrive.
What if we created a community that was intentionally interconnected? A community that was intergenerational, diverse, and also sustainable? What if you could actually afford to live in such a community?
Our mission is to revitalize people and rural communities through equitable housing and social enterprise
Revitalizing will take a 3-pronged approach: Economic Development, Community Living and Equitable Housing.