Society of Saint Vincent de Paul

The Saint Vincent de Paul society has partnered with Multi Faith Housing on their Dream Lebreton Flats project to provide affordable housing for Indigenous peoples. The Ottawa Central council of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul aims to raise between $ 250,000 and $ 300,000 to put towards 4 to 6 Indigenous-speci1c units at the Dream Lebreton Flats.

The Youville Centre

Our Mission

Youville Centre is an innovative centre that inspires, educates and nurtures young mothers and their children to utilize their strengths and achieve their goals.

Youville Centre

Located in Ottawa, Youville Centre is a non-profit registered charity and Accredited Child and Youth Mental Health Agency that serves adolescent mothers and their children. Since 1985, Youville’s trauma-informed, holistic programs and services include: a fully accredited secondary school, crisis intervention, intensive mental health therapy and treatment, substance use counselling, collaborative problem solving, a licensed child development program with a focus on infant mental health, and attachment-based parenting programs with intervention and treatment.

Shepherds of Good Hope - Hope Living Facility

Hope Living, is a supportive housing residence in Kanata run by Shepherds of Good Hope that provides a permanent home for seniors many of whom were formerly homeless. Most of the Hope Living residents are living with complex mental health challenges and multiple physical disabilities. The program offers a variety of on-site amenities, including a full-service dining hall, activity room, and expansive outdoor area. Hope Living provides its residents with comprehensive health and wellness support, enabling them to maintain their independence whiledeveloping life skills and integrating into the community. This year, eight additional fully accessible units are opening to provide barrier-free living for individuals with mobility issues.

The Kanata Food Cupboard

The Kanata Food Cupboard is a non-profit charitable organization. Its primary mission is to collect and distribute food products to self-identifying individuals requiring emergency food service. Food Cupboard Services are provided to all residents of the community, regardless of race, ethnicity, ability, age, sexual orientation, income or religion. The Kanata Food Cupboard is non-sectarian, non-denominational, non-partisan organization working for the best interests of its members and clients.

The Kanata Food Cupboard needs your support at this time because of the vulnerable families who can’t afford to stock up food for days. With your help, we will ensue they have enough to meet the growing demands.