at 26 Simcoe Street, Cambridge, N1R 8P2 Canada
CSC is an incorporated, charitable, non-profit, United Way partner agency. Get to know us at http://cambridgesheltercorp.ca
Our mission is to provide safe shelter, and to offer programs and services in support of the hopes and needs of people dealing with life issues. We're very pleased to be recognized as a member of Imagine Canada. At the time of this printing, we are presently the only emergency shelter in Canada to be accredited by under Imagine Canada's standards program, and one of only a handful of agencies to be credited unconditionally.
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Mental illness affects one in five Canadians and costs us nearly $50-billion a year. So why aren’t we treating it like any other health-care crisis? http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/the-case-for-publicly-funded-therapy/article24567332/?click=sf_globe
We thank Joe & Heather Kelly for sponsoring our We Care! Golf Classic. The Kelly's are the longest standing Gold level sponsors of the golf tournament. We are so appreciative of their continued support! Heather also volunteers her time on the organizing committee and Joe entertains us the evening of, as the MC. We thank them for all their efforts and dedication!
We would like to thank the Cambridge North & Preston-Hespeler Rotary Clubs for donating towards the purchase of a defibrillator. We are so appreciative.
We would like to congratulate the winner of our Home for the Holidays raffle, Kaitlin Butler! Thank you for supporting our campaign.
We thank Randy Rego and Mark Costa, members of Flash Johnson for their outstanding performance at the Walk to End Homelessness. These two fellas so generously donated their fee back to Cambridge Shelter. We are so appreciative!
A huge THANK YOU to everyone who supported our annual Walk to End Homelessness this year. Together we raised $11,500!! Christine
We would like to thank Jonathan Flietstra from Temple Baptist Church for sharing his inspiring story and gift. Jonathan recently had a baby and was given $5 as a gift. He decided that he would do good with this $5 and what he did next will amaze you! Jonathan posted an ad online about the fact that he had $5 to purchase something. He wanted something of value. Jonathan purchased an item that he traded for something else and he continuously traded up. His final trade was for a mountain bike. Jonathan sold the bike, took the money and purchased us 2 brand new highchairs for our Drop In. We are so appreciative!