Non-profit

Family Home Childcare Program
FHCC/FHCP has 14 agencies across Nova Scotia that are licensed by the NS Department of Education and Early Childhood Development that operate as either family resource centers or licensed childcare facilities.
Saint Andrew’s United Church Halifax
Saint Andrew's are a social justice community in the heart of Kjipuktuk Halifax, at the corner of Coburg and Robie.
Home for Good
Affordable housing for women, gender-diverse, and female-led families to build community, be supported and feel at home for good
TESS NS — Trafficking and Exploitation Services System
TESS is a partnership of over 70 agencies across Nova Scotia working together to respond to the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth.
Navigator Street Outreach – Downtown Halifax
Halifax is experiencing an affordable housing crisis which is affecting more individuals and families than it ever has in recent history
Dartmouth Shelter Society – Frank Mackay House – CLOSED
Sadly the shelter was closed pre-pandemic in 2020. Dartmouth's first overnight emergency shelter to ensure no person is left outside or hungry, the needs of the most vulnerable in our community was their priority.
BRAVE/Centre for Building Resilience through Anti-Violence Education
The Centre for Building Resilience through Anti-Violence Education (BRAVE) provides free SNAP services to girls experiencing social and behavioural challenges
Focus 2040
One of Canada’s top Human Resource Management Competitions, Focus2040 attracts the best and brightest minds to collaborate, compete and earn recognition
ARC Atlantic Restorative Company
ARC's philosophy is grounded in the values and principles of diverse wisdom traditions, philosophical traditions, and restorative practices.