metaphysical stores offering specialized books, gifts,
classes and services designed to increase awareness
and enhance personal discovery,
and exchange of knowledge and ideas,
every Saturday and Sunday
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.
to improve Toronto’s food system.
to divert more and more money away
into the local economy.
Win-win for everyone.
ranging from musical acts to dance recitals -
for technical audio expertise and advice,
of all our fellow animals.
marine wildlife conservation organization.
and slaughter of wildlife
we develop and implement innovative
and sustainable solutions to critical health challenges
covers the Westside of downtown Toronto,
accountability to our donors,
volunteer counsellors conduct brief interviews
to build a trusting relationship, better understand
where people come to access food hampers,
as well as meal programs where people can access
of 66,000 client visits.
accessing food bank hampers
519 CHURCH STREET COMMUNITY CENTRE
Programs and Services
to increase their knowledge, skills and resilience
in the face of HIV, and reduce HIV transmission.
a basement office was open in 1985
and celebrate our cultures.
The Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation
raises over $70 million annually to support breakthrough research
Canada’s leading cancer research hospital.
comprise University Health Network (UHN).
Greenpeace's goal is to ensure the ability of the earth
and is not affiliated with any political party.
We do not solicit or accept donations from corporations
or governments so we can always act
on behalf of the planet first and foremost.
Greenpeace relies on donations from individual supporters,
and on grants from foundations.
Greenpeace does not accept donations
environmental organizations in the world.
We use solid science and research as the basis of our campaigns,
and employ campaigners, scientists and political experts
to develop and negotiate environmental solutions that are socially just.
Peaceful direct action is a crucial part of our campaigns.
We confront governments, polluters and decision-makers
in the boardroom, on the seas and in the streets every day,
all over the world.
in more than 40 countries with headquarters in Amsterdam.
We have more than 89,000 supporters in Canada
and 2.9 millions members worldwide,
and represent them at virtually every
international environmental conference.
In a world where construction in China
affects the health of rainforests in the Congo,
Greenpeace campaigns on an international level,
staying on top of world markets, international agreements
and global trends.
oversees our fleet of ships and coordinates planning
and implementation of our global campaigns.
Each Greenpeace national office has a board that determines
priorities and the annual budget.
Day-to-day management is the responsibility of the executive director.