Giving Guide

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ottawa (BBBSO) has been serving the Ottawa community for 48 years. We began creating Big Brother friendships in 1970 and Big Sister friendships in 1973.
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The Dementia Society helps people with dementia, their caregivers and families so no one faces dementia alone.
With its recent purchase of a downtown office building, local nonprofit Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) is tapping into a new – albeit unconventional – source of revenue.
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The Youth Services Bureau (YSB) is a multi-service agency providing life-changing programs and services to youth across Ottawa.
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Canadian Blood Services is Canada’s biological lifeline.
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The University of Ottawa Heart Institute Foundation is the bridge between the generous donors of this community and the exceptional work being done at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute.
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Our work is based on a simple but powerful vision: a world where all people can realize their potential, develop their skills and participate fully in society.
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The Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre (DSYTC) is a non-profit, community-based agency that is dedicated to helping youth (aged 13-21) and families across Ontario overcome substance use and related
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Shepherds of Good Hope is one of the largest not-for-profit organizations dedicated to meeting the needs of homeless and vulnerably-housed people of all genders in the city of Ottawa.
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As one of the largest health care centres of its kind in Canada, Bruyère plays a key role in addressing the health care needs of the aging population in the Champlain region, offering complex conti