Designated sites where residents can drop off items that are not to be picked up as part of regular curb pick up service. Some items that can be dropped off include:
A non-profit owned storefront in downtown Hamilton that is used to provide opportunities for civic engagement and action.
Protestant Church that offers worship services on Sundays, youth group on Thursdays, and a number of other faith-based social activities.
Offers skating lessons for children of all skating levels and experience.
- learn to skate
- power skating
- figure skaing
- adult skating lessons
Protestant Church offering a weekly worship service on Sunday mornings. Also offers Sunday school, communion, Bible study, and youth groups.
Protestant Church offering weekly worship service on Sunday mornings.
Distress Centre Halton is a non-profit charitable organization that provides telephone and online support to people 365 days of the year. All services are confidential, anonymous, free and available to all age groups.
Newcomer Learning Centre at Hamilton Public Library serves people who are new to Canada.
Program offers Saturday morning breakfast to the community twice per month.
Delivers hot meals to the homes of elderly, convalescent, disabled persons, or any person in need of a meal and unable to provide for themselves. Available on both a short-term and long-term basis to eligible clients. This volunteer-based progra