Christianity 101


Posted 4 years ago by The Church of St Clement's Eglinton

Christianity 101 is an inviting, thoughtful, and energizing journey into the meaning and message of...




Posted 4 years ago by Amref Health Africa in Canada

Amref Health Africa depends on volunteers to remain an efficient, effective health development organization. Volunteer...




Posted 4 years ago by Distress Centres of Toronto

Ever wanted to give back to your community in a meaningful and enriching way? Now...


Posted 4 years ago by Canadian Women's Foundation

We are pleased to announce that our keynote speaker for the 2017 Canadian Women’s Foundation...




Posted 4 years ago by Anglican United Refugee Alliance - AURA

AURA has developed a series of workshops that train and develop sponsoring groups in the...


Posted 4 years ago by Evangel Hall Mission - EHM

Make a difference by helping homeless and socially isolated individuals find a safe haven from...


Posted 4 years ago by Riverdale Immigrant Women’s Centre

The majority of our volunteers are newcomers to Canada who feel that RIWC can provide...


Posted 3 years ago by Lady Ballers Camp

This is a 12 week leadership program, delivered to marginalized girls with the understanding that...




Posted 3 years ago by Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children (CCRC)

For 2017 we are forming thematic committees to follow up on themes in the last...


Posted 4 years ago by Isthmus

Our Volunteer Coordinators make long-term commitments to the program and build trusted long-term relationships with...


Bird Rescue


Posted 4 years ago by Fatal Light Awareness Program (FLAP) Canada

The heart of FLAP's work is the rescue of birds stunned or injured by collisions...




Posted 4 years ago by Georgian Bay Forever

Volunteer to take water quality samples! A partner of GBF on water quality, the Georgian...


Posted 4 years ago by Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation

The Foundation is excited to announce two new grants available for 2017/2018 as part of...


UNLEASH YOUR POWER by attending the TWA Conference! If you are in Canada or want to pay with Canadian Dollars click here to go to the site. To see the full TWA 2018 Conference agenda and learn more about this incredible weekend, as well as to get other information about TWA (including how to become a member) please visit the TWA 30th Annual Conference Spark and/or TWA Home Page Site A valid travel document such as a Passport is required to enter Canada. Make sure yours is up to date! If you have any questions, please email: Ticket prices (all prices in US$): Registration ENDS 9/5/2018 ++Friday-only rate – includes Friday events, Cocktail Reception and Dinner $150.00 TWA Member and $195.00 Non-TWA Member ++Full Conference – includes all Friday and Saturday conference activities, meals and drinks $255.00 TWA Member OR $295.00 Non-TWA Member Any non-members can register to become a member and get the member rate using the link In addition, TWA Member rates apply to PAID TWA Manbassador Members ONLY. Payment Options: You have the option to pay via MasterCard, VISA or American Express or, for US Xerox employees only, through payroll deduction (ticket price deducted over available payroll cycles before Conference). Payroll deduction: *Important – to choose the payroll deduction option, please pick “Pay by Invoice” in the dropdown for Payment Method when checking out. Choosing this option will also reduce the total processing fee. Please note that the ENTIRE ticket amount will be divided into equal payments based on the number of pay cycles available prior to the Conference, and deducted starting with the next available pay cycle. Lodging: There are rooms available for the conference at the Marriott On The Falls, at a negotiated rate of $179 to $219 CAD per night. US$ depends on exchange rate at the time. To make room reservations, please use the link below, set up specifically for our event: Other Helpful Information: Transportation: Airports: Hamilton International YHM Closet to Niagara Falls, ON Pearson International YYZ Take Rental car or Via Rail to Niagara Bill Bishop Toronto City Airport YTZ Take Rental car or Via Rail to Niagara Buffalo Airport BUF Take Uber or Shuttle See shuttle informaiton for Airports Below Discounts Airlines United – Z Code: ZFFF Agreement Code: 396778 Air Canada Hamilton International YHM – This a promotion code for the convention product. To book a flight with your promotion code, access and enter your promotion code in the search panel. Your promotion code is 22QRNRW1 Pearson International YYZ – This a promotion code for the convention product. To book a flight with your promotion code, access and enter your promotion code in the search panel. Your promotion code is 3MUXRNC1 Porter discounts: Direct flights – leaving on Thursday and return on Monday CAD$539.99 inclusive of tax. This is just an example, there is a two day sale on..Montreal is approximately CAD$270.94 Train Amtrak Discount Code Pending Via rail Station address:4267 Bridge Street, Niagara Falls, ON, L2E 2R6, Canada Everyday there is one train to and from Niagara falls. Round trip will be CAD$49.72 8:55 am – 10:51am from Toronto Union to Niagara falls. Return 5:45PM – 7:41PM Ottawa and Montreal: there is no direct train from Ottawa and Montreal but if folks were planning to use Porter airlines then they can use this option to get to Niagara. Shuttle from Airport Niagara AirBus Discount Code 551 at the beginning of the booking page, you will need to insert this code where you see Conference/Promo code – and your discount will automatically be calculated as long as the code is entered. 90.00 + hst round trip shuttle and 65.00 one way rate per person for Toronto Pearson, and 99.00 Round trip shuttle and 70.00 one way for Buffalo Airport. We have also provided a 10% discount on all private exclusive services for all Airports, including, Hamilton, Billy Bishop Toronto Island, Toronto Pearson, Buffalo, and Niagara Falls New York International Airports. Buffalo Niagara International Airport – Getting To Niagara …Getting to Niagara Falls, Canada -(Passport Requiered) Niagara Falls, Canada is about 45 minutes by taxi or shuttle, or about 60 minutes by bus. FAQs How can I contact the organizer with any questions? email What’s the refund policy? 100% refund up to 8/31 50% refund up to 9/15 No refunds after 9/15 TAGS


Posted 3 years ago by Toronto Charities

UNLEASH YOUR POWER by attending the TWA Conference! If you are in the US or...




Posted 3 years ago by Ready, Set, Play Children's Charity

Ready, Set, Play is a grass roots charity and we look forward to working with...


Get Involved


Posted 4 years ago by Classroom Connections

Educators There are many exciting opportunities to work on new projects, advise on program activities...




Posted 3 years ago by The Writers’ Union of Canada (TWUC)

The Writers' Union maintains a list of its members who are willing to do ghost...




Posted 4 years ago by Canadian Chihuahua Rescue and Transport (CCRT)

Interested in Becoming a Volunteer for CCRT? Please read about some of the ways you...


Posted 4 years ago by Toronto Charities

The Canadian Mesothelioma Foundation is a registered charity dedicated to supporting patients and their families,...


Posted 3 years ago by The Ponheary Ly Foundation Canada (PLFC)

PLFC is working alongside the PLF USA to provide an education to an incredible group...


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About us

Welcome to!

Since 2007 we have been a website dedicated to Charities, non-profit organizations, fundraising events, volunteering and Charity Jobs in Toronto, Ontario.

In short, we aim to bring you all the latest news and events from all the registered Charities and Non-Profit Organizations that we promote. Registered Charities or Non-Profits are free to add listings, fundraising events, jobs or interesting Charity news.

Please be aware that we are not directly involved in the organising of any event, nor in the posting of any individual listing.  Job Application deadlines, event details, recent news are all edited and posted by the Charity in question.  Whilst we do accept listings from the General Public, anything you post on behalf of a Toronto Charity is subject to their approval.

How Can you help?  

We are hopeful that our website will be helpful to you, if you share our enthusiasm for promoting the activities of Toronto Charities – please visit our ‘supporter’ page to find out how you can do more.

We do not accept donations directly, but you can go to our accredited list of Toronto Charities and find out how each Charity accepts donations.  You should also find information about the History of each charity, and their own individual events listed below their profile.

More simply, the best way you can help is by attending our listed charity events, and showing your support for these tireless organisations 🙂

Volunteer Opportunities in Toronto are listed here also, should you be looking to devote some free time to a good cause.