ArtHouse is a Halton charity that provides FREE arts programs for children and youth aged 5-17. Through Covid-19, and in addition to our exciting Virtual Programs, we have become even closer to our kids with a Fresh Weekly Dinner provided to over 50 ArtHouse Families.

115 George Street

what would the world be like if we all chose to make our mark? Would it be a world where we lived out our true calling and passion with absolute freedom? Where we rose above self-doubt and fears in the pursuit of realizing who we are and how we want to show up in the world? Where we chose to unapologetically believe in ourselves and awaken our potential? The first step towards attaining such a world is to"dare to be YOU."The Dare to be Youth Charity (DTBY) is a movement dedicated to empowering high school students and young people (14-24) in the Halton/Hamilton region, and beyond. It's a ...

313-551 Maple Ave

Food For Life is a volunteer-powered, grassroots-driven organization led by a small staff. Food for Life thrives on the spirit of teamwork with an unparalleled network of support from individuals, corporations and foundations in the Halton region – we are defined by our collaboration. Through our trusted alliance, Food for Life is able to turn every $1 donated into the equivalent of 4 meals.

2258 Mountainside Drive

Food4Kids Halton provides healthy food packages for kids aged 4-14 years with limited or no access to food each weekend and throughout the summer months.

4391 Harvester Rd.

Our Vision is that no student goes hungry at school. As the local charity partnering with the community to help provide nutritious meals and snacks to Halton students, Halton Food For Thought supports learning and healthy development.

5063 North Service Rd.

Halton Learning Foundation enriches educational opportunities and eliminate economic barriers to learning for students of the Halton District School Board (HDSB). They work to ensure that all students of the HDSB have equal opportunities for participation, engagement and success.

J.W. Singleton Centre

Halton Women's Place is an organization providing shelter and crisis services for physically, emotionally, financially and sexually abused women and their dependent children and is dedicated to ending violence against women and their children.

Home Suite Hope is an innovative homelessness initiative that provides living accommodation and support for people who are in dire straits. We also provide outreach services to people in the community. We offer dignified options for survival, made affordable through the efforts of volunteers and public support. 

200 North Service Road West

We are a registered charity, providing free, open-ended, peer support for grieving children, youth and their families across the GTA and virtually. We provide a safe, non judgmental and inclusive space for any child or teen who is grieving.

2522 Rebecca Street

We are dedicated to protecting and making life better for animals and connecting the communities that care about them in Oakville and Milton.

The Oakville Community Foundation is a registered charity connecting visionary donors with causes that truly matter. As a result of their trust and leadership, we are able to invest in people, projects and non-profit organizations that make our communities stronger – now and for the long-term. Our role is to connect the community at large with Oakville's key social issues: poverty, mental health and voluntarism.

410 North Service Road East

The mission of Oakville Hospital Foundation is to connect generosity to world-class community healthcare at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital. Guided by our values of gratitude, accountability and respect, we are committed to ensuring our hospital has the resources it needs to provide medical care to patients close to home. OTMH patients are at the center of all we do. We know the demand for quality care close to home will only continue to grow along with our vibrant community.

OPCC provides an inclusive, healthy community where families with children have a successful start.Oakville Parent-Child Centre (OPCC) is a place to make friends, share ideas and build confidence. At our centre, you will find activities for children to nurture their growth and development, information and support for parents, and so much more. We hope to see you soon!

481 North Service Road West

For 125 years, OPL's values of trust, to inspire discovery and creativity, and provide access to literacy and information, still hold true today as they did when we came to be.

Since 1925 we have raised funds for charities & individuals in need in our local, international & indigenous communities. Come & join us for hands-on projects, giving back to your community, leadership development, networking & having fun!

30 Normandy Place

Oakville Trafalgar Rotary is a service club part of large international network of clubs that work for the common good in their communities and around the world.Local leaders gather weekly to discuss ideas and take action, while enjoying fellowship.

The Rotary Club of Oakville West (RCOW) members areneighbours, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in Oakville, Halton and around the world. Overall Rotary has over 1.2 million members in thousands of clubs in most countries. The Rotary motto is "Service Above Self" and speaks for itself. Members of Rotary clubs are known as Rotarians and are well known for their successful Polio Plus vaccination efforts. RCOW, is well known locally for its Oakville Rotary Education Awards, its support of youth leadership programs and for its 26 year history ...

The May Court Club of Oakville is a volunteer women's organization that provides services and funds to our community. Our focus is on women, children, seniors and today, we are the gold standard for volunteerism in our community! We are Canada's oldest service organization established in 1898 and we have been in the Oakville community since 1956. We have stood the test of time and have continued to grow over the years to over 240 members strong. Because we are 100% volunteer run, we have minimum administration fees and the funds we raise go directly to our community and stay in our ...

The Willow Foundation enhances the lives of seniors and adults with disabilities living in Halton Region's three long-term care homes through a variety of programs and activities. From weekly ‘Artist Corner' to Zumba classes, from our annual Strawberry Social to Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony we bring our residents a variety of social, arts and physical fitness programs.Established in 2002, The Willow Foundation is a non-profit registered charitable organization governed by a volunteer board of directors. Your generous donations directly support the many activities that The Willow ...

We support women who are experiencing crisis or distress, or who are in transition. We empower women to be their best self. The Women's Centre is a place to learn, grow, get support, and become empowered. We are women who are directed and driven in all that we do. Empowering women is at the root of our philosophy and mandate. Our Centre is open to all women, and provides support and assistance in a non-judgemental way. This support gives each woman the opportunity to be heard and accepted, to acknowledge her equal worth and the individuality of her life experience. We also acknowledge the ...

1515 Rebecca Street, Suite 229

UnitedWay Halton & Hamilton leads impactful change by ensuring an essentialnetwork of agencies and local partners work together to help the mostvulnerable people in community rebuild their lives.

We are unique. We are a charity that offers fee assistance to those in need, ensuring that our programs and services are open to all. Since 1956, the YMCA of Oakville has played a most crucial role in improving the quality of health and life for thousands of people in Oakville.

The Zonta club of Oakville was founded in 1973 and is made up of a small but vibrant group of professional women, that work together to assist women in the Halton community and internationally.  The Zonta Club of Oakville is proud of the many service, advocacy and education projects that we have been involved with.  Service efforts by our club members help a number of charities through the funds we raise, and we also carry out our own service project