Community Partners

Nonprofit Community Partners:

Who They Are, Why They Matter &

How To Use Them To Promote Change

Interested in making a difference?

Click on the Logos to see how you can contribute! 

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PWRDF

The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) is the Anglican Church of Canada’s agency for sustainable development and relief. With the support of Anglicans across Canada, PWRDF partners with organizations working to increase healthy pregnancies and births, reduce gender inequality, relieve hunger, and break the cycle of poverty in the world’s most vulnerable communities. Against a backdrop of climate change, PWRDF strives to address the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. Working towards a truly just, healthy and peaceful world.​

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Gillian`s Place

As one of Ontario’s first shelters for those experiencing abuse, Gillian’s Place has been providing safe refuge and support programs in an effort to end domestic violence.
At Gillian’s Place, we’re much more than a safe shelter. Our team provides confidential, over-the-phone and in-person support services such as outreach counselling, legal advice and transitional housing for women, children and LGBTQIA2S+ individuals. We are inclusive and welcoming of all women, two-spirit, genderqueer, trans and non-binary people facing violence. We desire to offer services and spaces where all survivors can come without reservation, knowing that they will be welcomed, respected and provided with hope, dignity and choices. Together, we can help break the cycle of violence in our community.

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Grimsby Benevolent Fund 

Driving change for Communities in Grimsby. Food, Medical, and Housing Support. Montary donations, food bank items, gently used clothing and toys. 

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St. Matthew's House

St. Matthew’s House (SMH) began in 1964 as a storefront ministry called The Compass to help residents of Hamilton’s north end. It formed as an outreach program of the Anglican Diocese of Niagara. It has now grown into a charitable, non-profit multi-service agency located on Barton Street between Victoria and Wentworth.

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MIGRANT FARMWORKERS PROJECT

Serving Grimsby, Lincoln, West Lincoln and Niagara-On-The Lake. A new group of Migrant Farm Workers are arriving in our communities working in the green houses to grow our vegetables and flowers.