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Children's Aid Foundation

The Children's Aid Foundation is a national charity dedicated to improving the lives of vulnerable Canadian children and youth. Breaking the abuse/poverty cycle, preventing its repetition and providing at-risk youth with the tools to grow into adulthood and build their self-confidence are primary objectives of the Children's Aid Foundation.

The need is great. Approximately 300,000 Canadian children and youth, or one out of every 25 kids, are in need of child welfare services; 76,000 of them are permanently removed from their homes, placed into foster care, or housed in a residential setting. The Children's Aid Foundation believes all children deserve to experience the joys of childhood and have the necessary support to reach their potential.

Since 1979, the Children's Aid Foundation has raised more than $100 million to assist children and youth, helping them to heal after experiencing troubling and challenging situations and providing them with the tools and support they need to grow into the people they were meant to be.

Alzheimer Society Peel

Alzheimer Society Peel was incorporated in 1983 as a charitable non-profit Society.  Since that time, our Chapter has diligently worked to support families and individuals affected by Alzheimer's disease and related dementia.  Alzheimer Society Peel serves the Region of Peel through our offices in Brampton and Mississauga.  We promote public and professional awareness of Alzheimer's disease and related dementia and offer a variety of programs and services.  All services and programs operate either free of charge or for a nominal fee.  You do not need a diagnosis or a referral to access our services.

Alzheimer Society Peel works with all service providers and levels of government to ensure that optimum health and social services are provided for persons with Alzheimer's disease and related dementia and their families in the Region of Peel.

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