West Lincoln Community Care (WLCC) is a registered, non-profit charity that has served the people of West Lincoln for over thirty years.Our Food Bank provides food and emergency assistance for families and individuals in need, living in the Township of West Lincoln.We also operate a Thrift Store which supports our Food Bank and other programs.Through the cumulative efforts of our many volunteers, our many donors and our services, it is our mission to extend a helping hand of hope to residents in West Lincoln with their various needs. Contact Food Bank905-957-5882wlcc@bellnet.ca Contact Thrift ...


2660 Industrial Park Rd.

History defines where we come from & the many influences that have affected us. Our past links us to the places and people that have molded us into the present. So it was appropriate that the 1903 TH&B (Toronto, Hamilton, & Buffalo) train station (the picture above) was acquired in 1993 and restored by the West Lincoln Historical Society and volunteers. Using the profits from their book publication, generous donations from local organizations, businesses and individuals, and work of skilled and dedicated volunteers, the Society has restored the station to its original beauty. It is now used ...


288 Station St., Smithville, ON

The West Niagara Agricultural Society (W.N.A.S.) is a member based non-profit charitable organization. Incorporated in 2012 under the Agricultural and Horticultural Organizations Act. As outlined in the Act, the objects of an agricultural society are to encourage an awareness of agriculture and to promote improvements in the quality of life of persons living in an agricultural community by developing programs, researching the needs of the agricultural community and holding events, exhibitions, etc.


7402 Mud St., Grassie ON

YWCA Niagara Region provides shelter, food and assistance to women, families and men living in poverty. We are committed to social change and work to create a community that supports individuals and families in need and provides support through each step towards financial stability and independent living.


176 Oakdale Ave., St. Catharines, ON

Founded on the principles of charity, unity and fraternity, The Knights of Columbus was established in 1882 by Father Michael J. McGivney, assistant pastor of St. Mary's Church in New Haven Connecticut, and a group of parishioners.  Their intent?  To bring financial aid and assistance to the sick, disabled, and needy members and their families.  Today Father McGivney is being considered for sainthood.  


166 West St., Smithville, ON

A registered charity organization that provides end of life support to the, residents of Grimsby, Beamsville, Smithville, Vineland, and Jordan., , Rose Cottage Visiting Volunteers are educated in issues relating to, palliative care and bring a personal touch to the service through, compassion and support to the people we serve., , Our services are available FREE of charge to anyone living with terminal or, life threatening illness while at home, hospital, hospice or care facility., Examples of what the Volunteers have done in the past include:, companionship by providing someone to talk with, ...


4289 Hixon St., Beamsville, ON

The Royal Canadian Legion is Canada?s largest Veteran support and community service organization. Our more than 300,000 members in over 1400 Branches across Canada make a difference in the lives of Veterans and their families, provide essential services within our communities, and Remember the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice for our Country.


172 St. Catharines St.

Niagara Christian Gleaners (NCG) is a not-for-profit organization that receives surplus fresh produce and prepares dehydrated food aid packages. These packages are provided as a gift to organizations across the globe to help people who need it most. NCG is located in the heart of the Niagara peninsula and involves volunteers from all ages who have a heart to bless others in this unique way.   


6251 Spring Creek Rd.

The NIA is the leading voice and advocate of the manufacturing sector in Niagara. The NIA has been effective at influencing government, policy, pursuing business development opportunities, providing members with important industry information, building strategic partnerships, hosting training and networking events, and leveraging the various programs and services that support industrial development. The NIA continues to develop and expand its value offerings to members. With more members, the NIA will be able to further advocate and advance the interests of the manufacturing sector in Niagara.


34 Scott St. W, St. Catharines, ON

The motto of Kiwanis International is “serving the children of the world”. Locally, the Kiwanis Club of West Lincoln has added seniors to our mandate. Our fundraising is directed back into the community to have immediate impact on the programmes and events that we support for children and seniors. Our members are dedicated and passionate about making a difference at the local level and new members see that when they volunteer at their first event. Our signature project involves a new sports field on Townline Road at the Smithville Christian High School. Work has just started and we are proud ...


Since 2008, McNally House Hospice is a residential setting that provides 24 hour specialized palliative care, free of charge, to people living with a terminal illness, as well as those in their life circle., , Serving the Niagara West Communities of Grimsby, Lincoln and West Lincoln, McNally House has an approach to palliative care that reflects the hospice philosophy, through our comprehensive and compassionate programs for residents and their families. Such care seeks to maximize the individual?s quality of life; the emphasis is on living rather than dying., , We recognize that when cure is ...


148 Central Ave., Grimsby, ON

Jeff McKillop Mental Health is a registered not-for-profit organization that is working towards ending the stigma associated with mental illness and suicide by respectfully using Jeff's story and image. Through fundraising efforts and grants, we are able to offer speaker/workshop events, peer support, awareness booths at community events and car shows, participate in local Santa Claus parades and provide financial support for those who cannot afford immediate access to mental health counselling, food and other necessities.


6894 Townline Road

Community Living-Grimsby, Lincoln and West Lincoln was founded in 1965 by concerned community members and families. We are a non-profit organization with the mandate of providing services and support to people of all ages with a developmental disability., , Natural Abilities is operated by Community Living-Grimsby Lincoln and West Lincoln. Our store provides a unique opportunity for individuals with developmental disabilities to work in the community. We are located at 197 Griffin St. N., Smithville. We are happy to help you find gifts for an individual, or a large group at great value. We ...


191 South Service Rd., Grimsby, ON

Our Vision: Every Child in Canada Who Needs a Mentor, Has a Mentor, , Our Mission: ?We commit to Canada?s young people that we will be leaders in providing them with the highest quality, volunteer based mentoring programs?., , About: Currently, over 42,000 children are matched with volunteers in our mentoring programs. Our challenge is to find matches for the thousands of youth on our waiting list., , If you are thinking about becoming a mentor, please contact your local agency or call Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada at 1-800-263-9133