Supporting our community

I have been working with important local organizations to support our vulnerable populations, such as seniors, homeless residents, youth, and others. Many of them need your help.

Here is a list of organizations that need donations, along with how you can assist them. If you’re able to help, please check their websites.

Centretown Emergency Food Centre

Provide emergency food and ease the financial burden of people who are unable to secure a steady supply of groceries.


Cornerstone Housing for Women

Cornerstone Housing provides emergency shelter and supportive housing, and outreach program to women experiencing homelessness.

Each day we serve almost 200 women, and help 600 women each year transform their lives from crisis to hope and healing.


Dalhousie Food Cupboard

Provide emergency food and ease the financial burden of people who are unable to secure a steady supply of groceries.


Operation Ramzieh

Abbis Mahmoud’s DreamMind Group, which owns popular establishments like The Moscow Tea Room and The Waverly, has launched Operation Ramzieh to leverage its vast network of suppliers and partners to help support Ottawa’s most vulnerable citizens.


Options ByTown

Options Bytown provides supportive, permanent housing with rents based on income to single adults who would otherwise be at risk of homelessness


Parkdale Food Centre

Registered not-for profit charity with a view to building healthier, more connected communities through good food and friendship.


Shelter Movers

Shelter Movers provides moving and storage services at no cost to survivors of abuse. Powered by volunteers.


St Luke's Table

St Luke's Table provides much needed community services including meal programs for the homeless or those at risk of homelessness and people living in rooming houses in our neighbourhood


The Door / La Porte Opportunities for Youth

The Door is a space where young people aged 12-18 can gain the knowledge and skills that help them to become independent, responsible, and productive members of our community


The Well

The Well is a day program for women and women with children based in Ottawa. The current need is to continue to deliver their meal program at noon


Youth Services Bureau

YSB provides critical services in the areas of youth housing and homelessness solutions, mental health, employment and justice services to at-risk youth and their families in Ottawa.

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