Our Partners

Since its inception in 1982 the Mississauga Firefighters Benevolent Fund has raised
$3,036,976 for charities within our community.

 
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Muscular Dystrophy Canada’s mission is to enhance the lives of those impacted with neuromuscular disorders by continually working to provide ongoing support and resources while relentlessly searching for a cure through well-funded research.

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Trillium Health Partners is a leading hospital with an outstanding record of performance, fiscal responsibility and quality patient care. The hospital encompasses three main sites – Credit Valley Hospital, Mississauga Hospital, and Queensway Health Centre – offering the full range of acute care hospital services, as well as a variety of community-based, specialized programs.

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Children and youth will realize their full potential through the power of mentoring. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Peel inspires and empowers children and youth through mentoring and supportive relationships. Many children and youth in Canada struggle with societal barriers and face adversities in their lives. Facing prolonged adversity creates toxic stress in the brain that can negatively impact development. With the support of a mentor, these risks can be reduced or even avoided, and youth can reach their full potential.

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The Alzheimer Society Peel exists to alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias; to help find the cause, prevention and cure.

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Camp BUCKO provides an opportunity for children recovering from burn injuries to meet other children who share similar feelings and experiences in a camp environment. Camp gives these children temporary freedom from the everyday frustrations of being burned, a chance to share their stories and to bond with each other. Most of all though camp is a place to have fun and learn new things. It is a benefit for children in these circumstances to attend a program such as this to build self-esteem to cope with life beyond their burn injury.

The mission of ErinoakKids is to help children and youth with physical, developmental and communication disabilities achieve optimal levels of independence, learning, health and well-being.

ErinoakKids Centre for Treatment and Development is Ontario’s largest Children's Treatment Centre (CTC) – serving nearly 17,000 children with disabilities and their families each year.

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For over 40 years, JDRF has been a global leader in the search for an end to type 1 diabetes (T1D), through both research funding and advocacy. During that time, we have always talked about a cure as a singular destination: a return to normal physiology.
DRF’s research is committed to improving the lives of every person with T1D and to curing this disease. JDRF's research goals are realized by the projects being supported in three basic areas: Cure, Treat, Prevent.

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The Dam is partnering with youth to create an inclusive community where all are welcomed, valued and respected.

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Peel Children's Centre is one of the largest children's mental health treatment agencies in Canada.
We provide a continuum of high quality mental health services for children, youth and their families who live in the Brampton, Mississauga or Caledon areas.

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Founded in 1955, Community Living Mississauga is a non-profit, charitable organization which provides support to individuals who have an intellectual disability.

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Interim Place has been providing shelter, support, counselling and advocacy to help abused women and their children break the cycle of violence for over 37 years. Since 1981 Interim Place has assisted well over 41,000 women and children over the years find safety, heal and build new lives free of abuse.

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Address

6745 Mavis Rd, Mississauga, ON L5W 1L9

Charity #

740567284 RR 0001

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