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Supported Charities 

Look at some of our selected charities from 2013-present 

 

How to nominate

 

ONLY ACTIVE MEMBERS MAY NOMINATE A CHARITY

 

Go to the form window below to nominate a charity 

  • The form MUST be submitted at least 1 week prior to each meeting. Incomplete or late forms will NOT be considered.

  • The charity that is selected to receive our group’s donation will be invited to speak at our next meeting about how the money was used.

  • Nominated charities MUST serve Oakville residents and agree to allocate donations to only Oakville programs/services.

Ready to nominate your charity of choice?

 

How do charities get in the running?

Nominate Charity 

- Each member of 100 Women Who Care Oakville is allowed to nominate one local charity of their choice for any given meeting.  

 

- The charity must serve Oakville and area populations and must be a registered charity/cause, in good standing with the CRA (able to issue tax receipts to members) in order to be eligible for consideration. 

 

Many of our members join so that they can learn more about our local charities. This is a great way to do it!

 

The charity that is selected to receive our group’s donation will be invited to the next meeting to give a 5-minute speech on how our donation was spent and the impact that was made.

Charities of Choice - Oakville 2018/19/20

The charities listed below have had the potential of becoming a Charity of Choice at one of our four annual meetings. We have created the list to encourage our members to learn more about the services in the community, and to assist in building our number of nominations per meeting.

The list is updated regularly. If you are aware of a charity that should be added to the list or have any questions pertaining to the list, please send your email to Michaela Hutchison - Co-Director at 100womenwhocareoakville@gmail.com

Charities highlighted in purple below are past recipients of a donation, they can be reconsidered after a three-year waiting period.

  • Acclaim Health

  • ArtHouse for children & youth

  • Alchol Drug and Gambling Addiction  Assessment Prevention & Treatment (ADAPT)

  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Halton  - Oakville programs 2017

  • Canadian Hearing Society

  • CharterAbility

  • Crime Stoppers Halton Inc – Oakville tipsters

  • Community Youth Program – Group Home

  • Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton – Oakville programs

  • Canadian Mental Health of Halton 2015

  • Children’s Aid Foundation of Halton

  • Community Living Oakville - day programs 2014 & 2018

  • Community Youth In Action Network (CYAN)

  • Dare to Be You - Halton 2020

  • Distress Centre Halton – Oakville Branch

  • Elizabeth Fry Society – Youth NOW program

  • Family Adolescent Straight Talk (FAST)

  • Fareshare Foodbank Oakville 2020

  • Guide Dogs – Lions Foundation 2017

  • Halton Down Syndrome Association

  • Halton Food For Thought – student nutrition program 2014

  • Halton Multicultural Council – Settlement Support

  • Halton Learning Foundation 2015

  • Halton Women’s Place 2013 & 2019

  • Heartache2Hope 2019

  • Home Instruction for Parents of Pre-school Youngsters (HIPPY Oakville)

  • Habitat for Humanity Halton – Oakville project

  • Hope Place Centre

  • Hope Suite Hope 2017

  • Ian Anderson House 2015 & 2019

  • Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre

  • Kerr Street Ministries

  • Lighthouse for Grieving Children 2013/2020

  • Learning Disabilities Association of Halton 2020

  • Literacy South Halton

  • Nanny Angel Network 2015

  • Nelson Youth Centre

  • Oakville Meals on Wheels

  • Oak Park Neighbourhood Centre 2017

  • Oakville Parent Child Centre – Parent education

  • Oakville Galleries

  • Oakville Historical Society

  • Oakville/Milton Humane Society 2016

  • Oakville Strokers

  • Nanny Angel Network 2015

  • Parents for Children's Mental Health - 2018

  • Prince Charles Place

  • Radius Child & Youth Services 2016

  • Ready4Life

  • Reach Out Centre for Kids (ROCK) – Oakville programs 2018

  • Sexual Assault & Violence Intervention (SAVIS) – Oakville services 2018

  • Safetynet Services Child & Youth Charities - 2019

  • St. John Ambulance Oakville Branch – Therapy dog

  • STRIDE – Supported Employment

  • Smilezone Foundation

  • Support & Housing Halton 2016

  • Thrive Counselling Services Halton Inc – Oakville branch

  • The Women’s Centre of Halton – Oakville Office

  • Wellspring 2016

Sources – Halton Nonprofit Network, Oakville Community Foundation, United Way Halton/Hamilton,

 

Volunteer Halton. Halton Community Services Database, Chimp and Charity Vault

 
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