We deal with women ages 16 + who have experienced Domestic Violence and we operate Second Stage Housing
187 Main Street, Unit # 2, Picton, Ontario
The vision of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hastings and Prince Edward Counties is to significantly contribute to the healthy development of youth and children within our communities. We provide a community matching program, Couples for Kids program, In-School Mentoring program, Go Girls! program and Game On! program.
223 Pinnacle St. Belleville Ontario
Monday to Friday 9am-4:30pm On April 1, 2013, Highland Shores Children’s Aid and the Children’s Aid Society of Prince Edward legally amalgamated. The Society protects and cares for vulnerable children and youth in the counties of Hastings, Northumberland and Prince Edward and provides programs and services that help to empower them and their families.
16 MacSteven St. Picton Ontario
Community Living is a non-profit community organization committed to enhancing the opportunities of people with developmental disabilities to be full participants in the life of the community. The Association has been active in the County since 1965. Our membership is composed largely of parents, consumers, and ordinary citizens who support our mission. Visit our web site for information about services and support, family resources, volunteer & employment opportunities, fundraising …
P.O. Box 2409, 67 King St. Picton Ontario
Food to Share is a grassroots initiative that addresses food insecurity in the County. The group led by Glen Wallis, takes food donated by various farmers and private residents and turns it into healthy, fresh food to be distributed through our local County food banks. Interested volunteers please go to foodtohare.ca for more information.
Prince Edward County,Ontario
206 Main St. Picton Ontario
A volunteer, charitable organization formed to protect important cultural and natural areas in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties. Services include providing technical advice, helping to develop and oversee land management plans, and demonstrating innovative land protection actions such as conservation easements.
188 Main St. Ontario
Staffed entirely by volunteers, exists to provide food and opportunities for clients to develop self-sufficiency. Funding is provided by private individuals, churches, service groups, farmers, corporate donations, businesses, grocery stores, youth organizations, etc. Donations of food and money can be made at the Picton United Church.
6 Chapel St. Picton Ontario
The Picton United Food Bank disperses food items every Friday morning from 9.00AM-12.00 noon. The Food Bank is grateful for donations of non-perishable items. For information on current items in demand or further information, please contact Seona Halsey at 613-476-8516. Dates: every Friday – throughout the year Time: 9 a.m. to noon Location: Picton United Church, 12 Chapel Street, Picton
12 Chapel Street, Picton, Ontario
Monday to Friday 8:30am-4:30pm Provides subsidized child care, information & assistance in locating and choosing both licensed and unlicensed child care, special needs and resource centre supports.
11 Market Square Napanee Ontario
The StoreHouse Foodbank provides food for those in need in Wellington & the surrounding district. We organize Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday Hampers, a back to school Backpack Fundraiser, Snowsuit Fund, Christmas Angels, presents and pyjamas. We also provide household items, dishes, linens and furniture when available. We hold food drives throughout the year and are always looking for volunteers or someone to help pick up and deliver hampers or furniture. Website: http://wellingtonfoodbank.org/
The County Community Foundation is a link between caring community members and local causes that matter. We approach our activities from these three perspectives: Philanthropy, especially through community foundations, which has proven a powerful catalyst for strengthening communities in Canada and around the world; Visionary Leadership which welcomes innovative approaches, builds on strengths and inclusiveness and takes appropriate risks; and Collaborative Relationships among members, volunteers, staff and other organizations with respect for independence and diversity as well as the sharing of ideas through dialogue and understanding. Through these open and accountable practices reflecting the highest performance standards, we are committed to helping to make a difference in Prince Edward County.
280 Main Street, Suite 103 Picton ON
The Storehouse is a foodbank serving the Wellington & District areas. It is located at the Wellington Pentecostal Church, 305 Niles Street. The Storehouse helps out families and individuals in need, in and around the community. Items commonly supplied (when available) are: Boxed Mixes, Bread, Canned Meats Cereal, Coffee, Cookies, Condiments, Frozen Meats, Juice, Pasta, Soup, Stew and Treats. Along with food items, The Storehouse also provides (when available) things like: Laundry Detergent, Linens, Shampoos, Soaps and More! For more information, or to donate, please refer to the contact information below: Linda & Bob Downey Lisa & Wallace Marquardt H: 613.399.1450 H: 613.399.1482 C: 613.849.7403 C: 613.849.1852 E: [email protected] To make a monetary donation, please make cheques payable to The Storehouse Foodbank, P.O. Box 441, Wellington, ON, K0K 3L0.
Wellington Pentecostal Church, 305 Niles Street. Wellington ON
Providing volunteer recruitment and referral to over 75 agencies in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties. We can help you find volunteer opportunities. We also provide an information hotline for community services and organize workshops on various topics. Please call if you’re looking for help. Picton Office open 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, 9 til 3 Belleville Office: 199 Front St., Suite 121
67 King St. Picton Ontario
Volunteer fire fighters in all fire departments have weekly meetings. The meetings are to practice fire fighting. The fire fighters hold fund raising events such as car washes, dances, benefit baseball games and benefit hockey games. Charities donated to are M.S. and the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
A non-profit citizens’ association dedicated to the preservation and rehabilitation of Waring’s Creek and its 3500-acre watershed, an important natural resource of Prince Edward County.