Toronto Organizations - Non Profit
A private, non-profit organization, Nature Conservancy of Canada helps protect Canada's biodiversity through the conservation of ecologically significant lands.
This is a dynamic, not for profit, arts service organization dedicated to cultivating a thriving craft community and the prominence of fine crafts within today’s culture. Programs and activities are offered. To learn more or to become a member, visit the Ontario Crafts Council website.
This non-profit organization was founded in 1945 and is run by volunteers. Their mission is to inspire people to choose a healthier, greener, more peaceful lifestyle. The resource centre features over 500 titles of books, cookbooks, magazines and DVDs for viewing or loan.
Cinematheque Ontario is a government funded screening program that shows films that represent the history of world cinema. Movies are screened throughout the year by the group, which is one of five divisions of the Toronto International Film Festival. Films are shown at the Art Gallery of Ontario's Jackman Theatre.
Markland Wood is a quiet residential neighbourhood located in western Toronto (Etobicoke). The Markland Homes Association is the ratepayers organization for the Markland Wood area and organizes many events throughout the year. The MHA also organizes a large food drive for charities and food banks called the Christmas Caravan.