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Children's Charities

This listing features childrens charities and non-profit organizations in the Hamilton Area. Including charities offering services such as shelter, education, research, support, mentorship, guidance, activites, sports, nutrition and more.

Opening Hearts

We focus not only on children with special needs, but also their entire family. We have programs unique to our area including Sibshops (support for siblings) and Heart Totes (support for the entire family)

Boys & Girls Clubs of Hamilton

Our mission is to provide a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life. We currently serve over 4,000 members

2814 Royal Canadian Army Cadets

The cadet program is designed to instil within youth the attributes of leadership, citizenship, the value of community service, and a sense of belonging

City Kidz

With over 22,000 children living in poverty in our own backyard, City Kidz is positively impacting 2,200 of Hamilton's children, every week, to help build a solid foundation for their future.

Community Child Abuse Council

Working to create a community free of child abuse, the Council's mission is to reduce the incidence and impact of child abuse and to promote the safe and healthy development of children. Offers child abuse education, prevention, treatment.

Kidscancook

Cooking classes for kids and young adults Located in Burlington at 1010 Downsview Dr. Classes: Christmas Baking, Weekend Classes, Summer Camp, Birthday Parties, Fun and Educational for boys and girls 6 and over!

Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only free, 24-hour, bilingual and anonymous phone and online counselling, referral and information service for children and youth. Every day, professional counsellors provide immediate, confidential and caring su

Show Kids You Care - Trinity Global Support

Show Kids You Care, through breakfast clubs and through lunch and snack programs, helps children in serious need across Canada, regardless of race, religion, language or culture.

The Children's International Learning Centre CILC

The Children's International Learning Centre is a volunteer project of UNICEF developing dynamic hands-on programmes which encourage attitudes of respect for all people.

Get Stuck on Band-Aid Brand to Raise Money

Hamilton Residents are invited to sing the famous jingle to raise money for charity

Under 12 Outreach Program

The Outreach Program helps boys under the age of 12 who have either come into contact with the police or who are engaging in behaviour that would involve the criminal justice system if they were 12. The program helps the boys learn self-con

Hamilton Spectator Summer Camp Fund

Through The Hamilton Spectator Summer Camp Fund, local underprivileged children are given the opportunity to attend a fun-filled week at summer camp and overcome some of the daily challenges they face in their lives. By providing these youth opportun

Camp Trillium

Each year, over 400 hundred children are diagnosed with cancer. Camp Trillium offers a special place to go to be away from the disease, if only briefly, and to be children and enjoy all that childhood should be. Camp Trillium offers over 50 programs

Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only free, 24-hour, bilingual and anonymous phone and online counselling, referral and information service for children and youth. Every day, professional counsellors provide immediate, confidential and caring support to

Camp Maple Leaf

Camp Maple Leaf provide a quality camp experience to children who would not otherwise have the opportunity to attend camp.

The Childrens Aid Society

The Children's Aid Society of Hamilton was established in 1894 as a non-profit, charitable organization focussing on the well-being and protection of children

Hamilton Centralised Service Protocol (H.C.S.P.)

This protocol coordinates referrals to service amongst local agencies and school boards to ensure that children under 12 years of age having police contact in the Hamilton area or whom are engaging in criminal and or antisocial behaviour are connecte

10-4 Teddy Bear Wheelchair Foundation

The 10-4 Teddy Bear Wheelchair Foundation raises funds through the sale of teddy bears. The funds are used to purchase wheelchairs for youngsters from less fortunate families. This project is dedicated to the memory of Mary Hyjek who passed away on

St. James Co-operative Nursery School

We are a parent co-operative, non-profit school for toddlers and preschoolers. We also run enrichment programs for JK and SK children. We are located in Dundas, Ontario.