The Canadian Community Support Foundation provides a safety net for those at risk of falling through the cracks. In addition to our own efforts to feed and clothe Canadians in need, we provide assistance to existing charities within our communities.
Harmony House opened in Ottawa in 1987 in response to a need for safe, longer-term housing and support for abused women and their children fleeing violent situations. This need was originally identified in a five-year study of community social needs in Ottawa undertaken by the Social Planning Council. St. Matthew’s Anglican […]
CCSF is pleased to donate these toys to the Scott Mission in Toronto. The Scott Mission services over 2600 local kids during the holidays. We know these toys will be put to great use!
Last week we brought you the story about the crisis of municipal textile waste, and in particular the inconvenience this causes for people in high rise buildings. “Many elderly or disabled people that live in multi-unit residential buildings depend on public transportation. Bringing used clothing to a neighbourhood donation bin […]
Did you know that the average Canadians will dispose of 14 kg of textile waste every year? When you consider how many people live in one high-rise apartment, townhouse complex, or condominium, multiplied by how many such buildings exist in any given city that adds up! As a matter of […]