Anyone who wants to get involved and give back to their community should join a local service organization. Besides the camaraderie of having a common interest, it is great to also have the support of like-minded friends.
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|The Adult Literacy Council of Fort Erie
|A dedicated volunteer-driven registered charity that promotes literacy and actively empowers adult learning partnerships for personal enrichment in The Greater Fort Erie Community.
|Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Niagara
|Provides boys/girls and young men/women with a role model to talk to and share the experiences of growing up with.
|Brain Injury Association of Fort Erie
|Committed to caring and providing services that enable individuals and their families who are affected by acquired brain injuries, brain diseases and disorders to live as fully as possible.
|Casa El Norte
|A transitional home that offers shelter for refugees coming into Canada.
|Community Living Fort Erie
|To meet the needs of people with intellectual challenges and their families.
|Community Outreach Program Erie (COPE)
|A referral agency and resource centre. Offers a community emergency food bank. Provides assistance with clothing and small household items
|Fort Erie Arts Council (FEAC)
|The Fort Erie Arts Council encourages diverse artistic endeavors in the Fort Erie community to enrich the lives of its residents. We are committed to the development of a rich and sustainable environment for the arts and culture in the Municipality of Greater Fort Erie and to further develop a strong and thriving creative spirit through the arts as the heart of the community life.
|Fort Erie Multicultural Centre
|To assist newcomers arriving in Fort Erie to settle successfully into Canadian society.
|Friends of Fort Erie's Creeks
|Committed to the protection, restoration and improvement of the local waterscape, so that healthy ecosystems exit for people and wildlife.
|Friends of the Fort Erie Public Library
|Public support of the library through fundraising is what we’re all about. We are one library fundraising and community advocacy group for all three branches of the Fort Erie Public Library system.
|John Howard Society of Niagara
|A non-profit organization committed to the development and delivery of programs that reduce the social, economic and personal costs of crime. The Society is dedicated to helping all people who have been in conflict with the law or who face imminent risk of coming into conflict with the law through service, education and community programs.
| Kinsmen Club of Fort Erie
Kinette Club of Fort Erie
|Volunteer members impacting Canadian communities through service, leadership, fellowship, and personal development.
|Lions Club of Fort Erie
|To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.
|Meals on Wheels Fort Erie
|Meals on Wheels enhances quality of life by providing nutritious meals, personal contact and related services to those that are homebound.
|OLA Childrens Project
|OLA - One Life Americas - encourages to inspire that ALL people deserve to live their ONE LIFE with hope, respect and love.
|Optimist Club of Fort Erie
|By providing hope and positive vision, Optimists bring out the best in youth, our communities and ourselves.
|Rotary Club of Fort Erie
|To provide service to others, promote integrity, and advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through our fellowship of business, professional, and community leaders.
|The Salvation Army Fort Erie-Community & Family Services
|The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.
This list is for organizations that meet regularly in or near Fort Erie, Ontario.