Formed in 1973, BC Adaptive Snowsports (BCAS) is a registered Canadian charity whose mission is to enhance the quality of life for children, youth, and adults with physical & cognitive disabilities, their families and volunteers by providing opportunities to experience the joy, freedom, and health and wellness benefits of adaptive snowsports.
The Toronto Fringe Festival attracts over 60,000 attendees each year to 150 productions at approximately 30 venues over 12 days each summer. This event is non-juried to provide equal opportunity for artists and community members from all walks of life to present their work to an enthusiastic and supportive audience.
Fair Vote Canada (FVC) is a multi-partisan citizens' campaign for voting system reform. FVC promotes the use of fair and proportional voting systems for elections of all levels of government and throughout civil society, and is leading the current effort to implement a proprotional representation system for the next federal election in 2019.
Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators (SOAR) is an organization of Chairs, members, management and staff of administrative boards, agencies and tribunals. The mission of the Society of Ontario Adjudicators and Regulators is to advance administrative justice through education, advocacy and innovation.
The Sierra Club Canada is one of North America’s oldest and most established environmental organizations. With thousands of members and supporters they have been safeguarding the environment and working towards a sustainable Canada for our future and the present. The national office was established in Ottawa in 1989.
The Rosenberg Fund for Children (RFC) was started by Robert Meeropol, who was orphaned at age six when his parents, Ethel & Julius Rosenberg, were executed at the height of the McCarthy Era. RFC is a non-profit, public foundation that makes grants to aid children in the U.S. whose parents are targeted, progressive activists.
SCI Ontario's mission is to assist people with spinal cord injuries and other physical disabilities to achieve independence, self reliance and full community participation. They were formerly known as "Canadian Paraplegic Association Ontario", and were founded after WWII by vets with spinal cord injuries.