This listing features health-related charities and non-profit organizations in the Hamilton Area. Including hospital foundations and sites dedicated to research and prevention of medical conditions such as heart and stroke disease, cancer, parkinsons, hiv
The Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada (TSFC) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for those with or affected by Tourette Syndrome and its associated conditions.
Shinerama found its name when students used to shine clients shoes in exchange for donations going toward Cystic Fibrosis Research. Cystic Fibrosis is a disease without a cure. Please help us by donating at the link provided. Thank you!
Renowned kidney experts give free public talks on potential new therapies for polycystic kidney disease at 2-hour informational support meetings of the Hamilton Chapter of the PKD Foundation of Canada, a registered charity.
Big Bike is a team fundraising event run by the Heart and Stroke foundation. Teams ride the 30 seat bicycle in their community for 20 minutes. Riders can be anyone over the age of 14 of all fitness and activity levels.
The Dr. Bob Kemp Hospice is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to excellence in the provision of supportive care to individuals in the Hamilton-Wentworth region who are living with a life-threatening illness.
Today, the Chapter is one of over 100 units and chapters across Canada. The MS Society is a member of IFMSS, the International Federation of Multiple Sclerosis Societies, which helps coordinate research efforts world-wide.
Welcome to the official Canadian National Autism Foundation (CNAF) website. We are a foundation that was formed in June 2000 by parents and caregivers of children with autism.
The CNAF is dedicated to promoting autism awareness, assisting famil
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD Canada) is a Registered Canadian Charitable Organization which is volunteer-driven. The organization has a National Board of Directors representing membership from all regions of Canada.
The Canadian Cancer Society is a national, community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer.
The Canadian Hearing Society is the leading Provider of services services products and information that:
-Removes barriers to communication
-Advance hearing health
-Promote equity for people who are culturally deaf, oral deaf,defened, and hard of
Epilepsy Ontario is a registered charitable non-profit non-governmental health organization dedicated to promoting independence and optimal quality of life for children and adults living with seizure disorders, by promoting information, awareness, su
Our Online Diabetes Support Team (ODST) is made up of JDRF volunteers who have "been there" and are available to offer you immediate, one-on-one support. We also provide loads of practical info about diabetes and its management.
Wellwood is a client-driven, not for profit organization that provides supportive care for cancer patients, their families, caregivers and health care professionals. Programs range from informational to peer support to coping strategies for those liv
St. Peter's Summer Student Volunteer Program is looking for student volunteers (secondary or postsecondary) to assist in any of our five patient care programs:
Complex Continuing Care
The AIDS Network provides accurate, up-to-date information to individuals and groups in our communities, in an effort to reduce the risk of transmission and increase the understanding of HIV/AIDS and related issues. Our wide range of education initia
A non-profit association of cancer coaches helping patients to live full and healthy lives during and after cancer. We provide free 6-Step community programs to help patients cope with lifestyle changes, cancer nutrition and emotional and spiritual h
St. Elizabeth Health Care is a non-profit organization that provides home care for seniors. With 25 Service Delivery Centres across Ontario, they provide direct care and service on behalf of the publicly-funded Community Care Access Centres, as well