The Notre Dame Community Resource Centre, is a multi-agency resource centre for at-risk youth residing within the community who are between 16 and 21 years of age.
Programs that offer food baskets, meals or other forms of assistance to help residents celebrate and enjoy Mother's Day.
Programs that provide nutritious evening meals for disadvantaged children who live in low-income neighbourhoods. The meals are often sponsored by local food banks that are part of the Second Harvest network; are served in a safe, accessible, convenient environment; and may be offered in combination with educational, recreational and social activities that draw upon existing community programs. Also included are programs that make weekend meals available to this population during the school year.
Soup kitchens, congregate meal sites, shelters, residential facilities and other programs that serve meals that are actively seeking individuals with the requisite skills who are willing, on a voluntary basis without remuneration, to prepare, serve and/or clean up after meals provided to residents or those in need.
Programs that provide nutritious meals particularly for disadvantaged children during spring break, the week's vacation for students typically around Easter, when school meals and afterschool suppers are unavailable. The programs may also cover other such gaps through the year, such as the week between summer food programs ending and the start of the school year.
Provides a variety of life-skills training services for people who are blind or partially-sighted. Services are provided by certified specialists who will create a personalized rehabilitation plan.
Programs, usually within the formal education system, that operate school cafeterias or dining halls which provide lunches and other meals for students. Included are student dining services at elementary and secondary schools and those offered by colleges and universities.