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OUR VISION Our community is measurably better because of the work of United Way/ Centraide Ottawa and others The impact of our partnerships, alliances and investments is seen in the lives that are changed. In this report, you’ll read about five people whose lives have improved as a result of our work. OUR MISSION To bring people and resources together to build a strong, healthy, safe community for all More than 185 programs, services and initiatives received support from United Way/ Centraide, thanks to our donors, the volunteer work of more than 100 community leaders who sit on our six impact councils and 13 special initiatives, and the countless volunteers who tirelessly find the resources to make our community better. OUR PROMISE To invest resources where they are needed the most and where they will have the greatest impact We invested $14.9 million in support of special initiatives and aboriginal programs, as well as those programs, services and initiatives directed to our six impact areas: children and youth, immigrants and new Canadians, seniors, people with disabilities, individuals and families in need and crisis, and agency, neighbourhood and community capacity.

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A LETTER TO THE COMMUNITY This is a story about creating ties, forging links, forming partnerships. In telling this story, we have chosen to use the image of a ball of thread. Roll a ball of thread down a slope and it gains momentum along the way — not unlike what we are seeing as a result of the money we raise and the work we do every year. Tie the threads together — donors and funding partners, community agencies and coalitions, volunteers who are at the heart of our work — and we can create lasting change in this community. To help target our investments, our impact councils refined their strategies for each of our six impact areas — children and youth, individuals and families in need and crisis, seniors, people with disabilities, new Canadians and immigrants, and agency, neighbourhood and community capacity. Thirteen community-wide partnerships and initiatives — like the Leadership Table on Homelessness and the Civic Engagement Initiative — have grown out of this impact work because we have a deeper understanding of the community as a whole and through the ties we continue to forge with individuals and organizations. We’re forging links in other areas as well: between aboriginal groups with government and local service agencies; skilled immigrants with employers; and low-income seniors with service providers. With your help, we’re creating ties that bind … and that contribute to building a stronger, healthier, safer community for all.

Mark Sutcliffe Chair, Board of Directors

Michael Allen President/CEO

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Spotlight on Success With the City of Ottawa and The 2016 Foundation, we established a Leadership Table on Homelessness to address the root causes of chronic homelessness, build on the work of community agencies and develop a strategy based on a housing-first model. We were involved in or helped to organize 13 initiatives that address community-wide challenges and issues. We also invested $1.3 million in other allocations, designations and programs not linked to our specific impact areas.

What We Accomplished • Working with partners from government, business, labour and the community, we are tackling issues that affect a wide range of citizens on a community-wide level.

COMMUNITY-WIDE ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

• Under the School Engagement Leadership Initiative, we developed a community action plan to help youth stay in school.

• Close to 1,200 people are chronically homeless.

• Based on recommendations from a community round table, members of our Civic Engagement Initiative are developing an action plan to involve new Canadians and immigrants in the community.

• More than 35,000 aboriginals live in Ottawa. Many are affected by poverty, chronic homelessness, poor health and cultural isolation.

• Through Hire Immigrants Ottawa’s Employer Council of Champions, we are bringing the business community together to address immigrant employment issues.

• Our Aboriginal Initiative is designed to help us understand and communicate aboriginal issues.

• Children who experience violence are more likely to drop out of school, be unemployed, suffer from depression and continue the cycle of violence. • Four times more immigrants than their Canadian-born counterparts are unemployed.

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Spotlight on Success Brianne was a pregnant 17-year-old. With help from an agency funded by United Way/Centraide, she learned how to care for her son, Rowen, and to get the credits she needed to graduate from high school. Brianne is now at Algonquin College — on her way to fulfilling her goal to become a nurse. We invested $4.5 million in 60 programs, services and initiatives that promote healthy development in children and youth.

Brianne and Rowen

What We Accomplished

CHILDREN AND YOUTH • Close to 40,000 live in poverty. Of this group, about half rely on food banks or go to school hungry. • Many poor children are not able to participate in a recreational activity or a supervised sport, or attend a summer camp. • Children from lower-income families are far less likely to pursue postsecondary education.

• We provided after-school snacks at homework clubs and 17,646 breakfasts for children at six schools. • With support from a special-gift donor, 326 underprivileged children went to summer camp for two weeks. • Through other partnerships, we expanded the number of homework clubs across the city, worked to develop a neighbourhood-based homework club model with community partners, and provided disadvantaged youth with valuable job and life skills at a summer training employment program. • At a community-wide level, through the Children and Youth Agenda, we partnered with the City of Ottawa to work with agencies, parents, children and youth to identify priorities for our community. We brought educators, government, police, and community providers together to create an action plan to encourage francophone, immigrant and aboriginal children and youth to stay in school.

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Spotlight on Success Victoria was struggling with depression and social anxiety when she joined a catering business that provides job training and opportunities to individuals with severe mental illness. She now has the confidence she needs to follow her passion for karaoke and to pursue a career in the food services industry. We invested $4.1 million in 39 programs, services and initiatives that strengthen individuals and families in times of need and crisis.

Victoria

What We Accomplished

INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES IN NEED AND CRISIS • About half of renters pay more than 30 per cent of their gross income on rent. • The waiting list for rent-geared-toincome housing is just under 10,000 households, who may wait as long as five to eight years for an offer of housing. • Incomes in our poor neighbourhoods fell 11 per cent. Families are the fastest-growing users of homeless shelters and food banks.

• With Enbridge Gas and Hydro Ottawa, we ensured that low-income families stayed warm over the winter. • With support from special-gift donors, we provided cultural and sports activities for children and youth from disadvantaged neighbourhoods; purchased supplies for people with long-term psychiatric illness who are in an arts program; and purchased toys, arts and crafts, and games for children coming to family shelters. • We continued to be involved in poverty and chronic homelessness initiatives. We helped to produce the third Report Card on Ending Homelessness in Ottawa and were part of the Child Poverty Action Group and the Ottawa Child/Youth Housing Advocacy Initiative Steering Committee. • Additionally, we continued our involvement in the Ottawa Integrated Drug and Addictions Strategy, which has produced a number of recommendations that address safety and drug-related concerns.

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Spotlight on Success Jim was lost and lonely after his beloved Betty died in 2004. This all changed once he was connected to a nearby seniors’ centre. Jim’s days are now filled with morning gatherings, lunches, regular activities and bimonthly outings. Next to marrying his wife, joining the centre was the best decision he ever made. We invested $1.4 million in 25 programs, services and initiatives that reduce isolation and enhance seniors’ quality of life.

Jim

What We Accomplished

SENIORS • Of Ottawa’s 132,400 seniors, 40 per cent — many of them women — live on incomes of $20,000 or less, and 23,000 seniors live alone. • Close to 4,000 of Ottawa’s 23,000 social housing units are earmarked for low-income seniors, with 1,500 seniors on the waiting list at any given time. • Close to 4,000 do not speak either English or French.

• We brought stakeholders together to develop an affordable supportive housing strategy for low-income seniors. By working with the Champlain Local Health Integration Network, City of Ottawa and Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, we intend to expand seniors’ housing options by encouraging alliances such as private/public partnerships. • Collaboration with the Community Care Access Centre and Ottawa Community Support Coalition resulted in the successful pilot of an Aging in Place program at five buildings where low-income seniors live, many of them women and immigrants. This model will be applied to seniors living in their own homes. • We invested in 14 programs or partnerships to provide shopping, transportation and home support to underserved seniors, including new Canadians, francophones, those with disabilities and those living in rural Ottawa. • Through the affordable supportive housing strategy, we are working with the community to integrate supportive housing initiatives with health and social care.

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Spotlight on Success Rick has cerebral palsy, cannot speak and is developmentally challenged. If it weren’t for a bus attendant program geared to people with disabilities, Rick wouldn’t be able to help out at the day program he attends, where he shreds paper, busses tables, sets up for lunch at a seniors’ centre and cleans churches. We invested $2.2 million in 28 programs, services and initiatives that reduce barriers and increase participation of people with disabilities.

Rick

What We Accomplished

PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES • More than 75,000 people in our community have a disability. Over half — 60 per cent — encounter barriers to participation and inclusion. • Three out of five are unable to participate in community activities and face barriers, such as transportation, that prevent them from participating fully in society.

• We continue to promote accessibility and encourage agencies to mentor, coach and provide peer support and technological solutions to people with disabilities. • Through our relationship with a special-gift donor, we purchased a specialized lift for a community swimming pool which will help young adults with severe physical disabilities get in and out of the water safely. • Through a new partnership with the Ministry of Community and Social Services (Focus on Abilities Employment Initiative), we are providing information to employers around hiring people with disabilities. • Public awareness strategies included partnering with the City of Ottawa and Disabled Persons Community Resources to sponsor Accessibility Day, which is designed to promote employment of people with disabilities among employers and community leaders. • Through the Labour Market Inclusion Community-Wide Initiative, a strategy is being developed to match the skills of people with disabilities to labour market needs.

• Close to two-thirds are unemployed.

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Spotlight on Success When Susy arrived in Ottawa from El Salvador, she couldn’t speak the language, had trouble finding work, and couldn’t afford food and clean clothes for her and her young daughter. Thanks to a unique laundry co-op that provides job training for low-income people, Susy learned a new language and has made a new life. We invested $1.2 million in 11 programs, services and initiatives that reduce barriers and increase engagement for new Canadians and immigrants.

Susy

What We Accomplished

NEW CANADIANS AND IMMIGRANTS

• To help immigrants adjust, our Agency, Neighbourhood and Community Capacity Building and New Canadians and Immigrants Impact Councils are looking at ways to encourage volunteerism and involvement throughout the community.

• More than one in five Ottawa residents is an immigrant; this number will double by 2020.

• We organized a forum on the needs of immigrant children and youth as a first step toward understanding racial and cultural tension. We partnered with a special-gift donor to support a youth at-risk program to help immigrants between the ages of 12 and 24 develop better coping skills, manage anger and make healthy lifestyle choices.

• Immigrant youth drop out of high school at double the rate of Canadian-born youth. • Almost half of Ottawa’s recent immigrants either do not work or make less than $10,000 a year.

• We are directing more funding to apprenticeship, bridging and mentorship programs to give immigrants work experience, provide refresher courses for skilled professionals and match individuals with mentors who share similar knowledge or skills. The Ottawa Chamber of Commerce and Hire Immigrants Ottawa produced an Employer Resource Handbook to provide businesses with information they need to hire internationally trained professionals.

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Spotlight on Success The Banff-Ledbury neighbourhood is a shining example of a grassroots community-building effort, where residents in an Ottawa Community Housing area are driving change with the support of United Way/ Centraide, the municipal government and local social service agencies. We invested $1.53 million in 23 programs, services and initiatives that strengthen agency capacity, support volunteer management and promotion, support neighbourhood initiatives and develop community capacity.

AGENCY, NEIGHBOURHOOD AND COMMUNITY CAPACITY

What We Accomplished

• Agency Capacity: Many community-based agencies and organizations lack the resources and skills to conduct research and to monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of their programs and services.

• We are involved in the No Community Left Behind initiative, a neighbourhood-based approach that relies on people within a community working together to address needs and issues. This initiative complements the partnership we have with the City of Ottawa to develop a Strong Neighbourhoods Agenda, which will be used to guide future community development efforts.

• Neighbourhood Capacity: Increasing pressures and demands due to rapidly changing demographics are being placed on neighbourhoods. • Community Capacity: The volunteer community continues to be underrepresented by immigrants, with 25 per cent of established immigrants volunteering compared to 18 per cent of recent immigrants.

• We support agencies in their research and evaluation efforts through activities like our annual Sharing our Strengths Community Conference. We are now looking at matching volunteer mentors from the university and business communities with agencies.

• We are looking at ways that new Canadians and immigrants, people with disabilities and aboriginals can be encouraged to volunteer on a wider scale in the community. The objective of our recently formed Inclusion Initiative is to develop a “best practice” model that local non-profit organizations can use when recruiting volunteers and staff.

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THE POWER OF COMMUNITY

2007 Board of Directors

Together with committed people and organizations from our community, United Way/ Centraide Ottawa makes sure that our community investment impact is long-lasting, effective and sustainable. The range of relationships that we have developed — with leadership givers, major donors, partners in the special gifts and gifts-in-kind programs, retirees, volunteers, and leaders from the community — ensures that the talents, skills and knowledge of everyone involved contribute to solving critical community problems and changing lives for the better.

Mark Sutcliffe* Chair Columnist and Broadcaster Ottawa Citizen and CFRA

Dave Calvert Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada

Janet Yale* Past Chair Executive Vice-President, Corporate Affairs TELUS Communications Company

Lynne Clark Marketing Development Manager Ottawa Citizen

Dennis Jackson* First Vice Chair District Vice-President, Scotiabank Wayne Wouters* 2007 Campaign Chair Secretary of the Treasury Board Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Mary Ann Turnbull* Treasurer Director, Turnbull School

highlights • For the first time ever a federal public servant headed up our community campaign

Catherine Lane* Community Services Cabinet Chair Community Volunteer

• $18.45 million came from the Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign

Chantal Bernier* Assistant Deputy Minister Community Safety and Partnerships Public Safety Canada

• $10.9 million came from 6,779 leadership donors who each gave $1,000 or more

Dave Seibel* Resource Development Committee Chair Past Chairman, Accenture Canada Inc.

• $2.4 million came from major donors, with 57 new major donors added — a growth of 9.7 per cent over 2006

Michael Allen* Secretary to the Board President/CEO United Way/Centraide Ottawa

• $1.13 million was raised through the Direct Response program

Nazreen Ali Principal, Blue Marble Capital Partners Limited

• $29.8 million was raised in the 2007 United Way/Centraide campaign

• $2.6 million was contributed as corporate sponsorships • 172 companies sponsored events and printed materials, and participated in our Gift in-Kind program

Marion Balla President,Adlerian Counselling & Consulting Group

Tracey Clark** Managing Director, Bridgehead Dr. Karim Damji Associate Professor of Glaucoma and Ophthalmology Residency Program Director University of Ottawa Eye Institute Rick Gibbons Publisher & CEO, The Ottawa Sun Robert Gillett President & CEO, Algonquin College Eric Girard Partner Assurance & Advisory, Public Sector Deloitte Karen Green A/Senior General Counsel & Executive Director Federal Centre for Workplace Conflict Management Department of Justice Canada Scott Hannant News Director, CTV News, Ottawa Gloria Kelly Communications Office Department of National Defence Zul Khoja Education & Mediation Consultant Kent Kirkpatrick City Manager, City of Ottawa Marc Quesnel President, QMR Staffing Solutions Inc. Meena Roberts Management Consultant

Thomas C. Barber Partner, Burke-Robertson LLP

Nathalie Thirlwall Co-chair Interfaith Ottawa/President of Capital Region Interfaith Council

Michel Bilodeau President & CEO Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario

Deborah Weinstein Founding Partner, LaBarge Weinstein, LLP

Rabbi Reuven Bulka Congregation Machzikei Hadas

* Executive Committee member ** resigned during year

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AUDITORS’ REPORT TO THE MEMBERS The accompanying summarized statement of financial position and summarized statement of operations are derived from the complete financial statements of the United Way/Centraide Ottawa as at December 31, 2007 and for the year then ended on which we expressed an opinion without reservation in our report dated April 18, 2008. The fair summarization of the complete financial statements is the responsibility of management. Our responsibility, in accordance with the applicable Assurance Guideline of The Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, is to report on the summarized financial statements.

2007 SUMMARIZED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

These summarized financial statements do not contain all the disclosures required by Canadian generally accepted accounting principles. Readers are cautioned that these statements may not be appropriate for their purposes. For more information on United Way/Centraide Ottawa’s financial position, results of operations and cash flows, reference should be made to the related complete financial statements.

Chartered Accountants, Licensed Public Accountants April 18, 2008 Ottawa, Canada

2007 SUMMARIZED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

In our opinion, the accompanying financial statements fairly summarize, in all material respects, the related complete financial statements in accordance with the criteria described in the Guideline referred to above.

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UNITED WAY/CENTRAIDE OTTAWA

SUMMARIZED Statement of Financial Position The accompanying financial statements have been prepared by management in accordance with Canadian generally accepted accounting principles. The integrity and fairness of the data presented are the responsibility of management. In discharging its responsibility for the financial statements and for the accounting systems from which they are derived, management maintains the necessary system of internal controls designed to provide assurance that transactions are authorized, assets are safeguarded, and proper records are maintained. The Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring that management fulfils its responsibilities for financial reporting and internal control. It exercises this responsibility through the Audit Committee, which is composed of directors who are not employees of the organization. KPMG LLP, the independent auditors, examine the financial statements in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards and express their opinion on the fairness of the statements. The auditors have full and unrestricted access to the Audit Committee and the Board of Directors to discuss their audit and related findings as to the integrity of the organization’s financial reporting and the adequacy of the system of internal controls.

December 31, 2007, with comparative figures for 2006

2007

Assets Current assets: Cash Pledges receivable Accounts receivable Prepaid expenses Long-term assets: Investments: Endowment Other Capital assets

$ 5,902,801 21,447,373 2,101,224 159,991 29,611,389

$

2,410,423 466,575 2,876,998 801,715 3,678,713

$

33,290,102

5,307,325 20,305,177 1,663,259 89,773 27,365,534 2,289,196 457,762 2,746,958 655,386 3,402,344

$

30,767,878

Liabilities and Fund Balances Current liabilities: Accounts payable and accrued liabilities Deferred revenue Designations payable Deferred campaign funds Long-term liabilities: Deferred lease inducement

Michael Allen President/CEO United Way/Centraide Ottawa

2006

Net assets: Unrestricted Internally restricted for community services Internally restricted for capital assets Endowment

$

On behalf of the Board:

Director

$ 2,766,957 1,477,030 12,195,424 11,878,868 28,318,279

$ 2,283,708 792,261 11,040,322 12,070,851 26,187,142

39,240

42,259

1,443,031 277,414 801,715 2,410,423 4,932,538

1,203,967 389,928   655,386 2,289,196 4,538,477

33,290,102

$

30,767,878

2007 SUMMARIZED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

MANAGEMENT REPORT

Director

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UNITED WAY/CENTRAIDE OTTAWA

UNITED WAY/CENTRAIDE OTTAWA

SUMMARIZED STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS

SUMMARIZED SCHEDULE – PROGRAMS

Year ended December 31, 2007, with comparative figures for 2006

Year ended December 31, 2007 2007

2006

Revenue: Donations Funds transferred from other United Ways/Centraides Gross campaign revenue Less: uncollectible pledges Net campaign revenue Other revenue

$

27,559,581 653,551 28,213,132 (1,560,314) 26,652,818 1,772,627  28,425,445

$

25,280,116 623,958 25,904,074 (1,500,000) 24,404,074 1,380,345 25,784,419

Expenses: Fundraising Net revenue available for programs

4,168,377

3,579,757

24,257,068

22,204,662

Programs (schedule): Allocations and designations 19,139,094 United Way/Centraide Ottawa programs 4,860,058 23,999,152 One-time moving expenses – 23,999,152 Excess of revenue over expenses $ 257,916 $ (expenses over revenue) The complete audited statements are available upon request from United Way/Centraide Ottawa.

17,436,928 3,993,221 21,430,149 104,932 21,535,081

669,581

2007 Distribution

2006 Distribution

United Way/Centraide Ottawa program expenses: Support of United Way of Canada Capacity Building Children and Youth Children and Youth – Success by Six Families and Individuals in Crisis Immigrants Immigrants – Internationally Trained Workers Partnership People with Disabilities Seniors

$ 206,461 346,321 573,556 365,856 375,017 341,652 362,164 466,851 346,247 3,384,125

$ 192,219 369,646 401,197 301,612 335,758 319,958 139,095 325,881 321,913 2,707,279

1,475,933

1,285,942

Allocation of general administration expenses

$

4,860,058

$

3,993,221

Allocations and designations: Allocations and designations to funded agencies Donor directed designations to other Charitable Organizations Donor directed designations to other United Ways/Centraides

$

$ 11,540,966

$ 10,959,056

6,396,689

5,318,151

1,201,439

1,159,721

19,139,094

$

17,436,928

2007 SUMMARIZED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

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2007 COMMUNITY INVESTMENT REPORT (UNAUDITED) As a result of our investment process, the following programs, initiatives and projects were funded to make our community stronger, healthier and safer. 2006 Campaign dollars invested in 2007 Action-Logement

15,300

Christie Lake Kids

Alliance to End Homelessness

26,762

Citizen Advocacy of Ottawa

Amethyst Women’s Addiction Centre

94,144

City for All Women Initiative (CAWI)

39,000

Anglican Social Services

52,133

Community Based Research Network of Ottawa

25,000

Autism Ontario - Ottawa Chapter

22,385

Community Information Centre of Ottawa

76,707

Banff Avenue Community House

12,764

Confederation Court Community Organization

63,875

Big Brothers Big Sisters Ottawa

598,187

Council on Aging of Ottawa

90,456

Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa

751,505

Crossroads Children’s Centre

78,803

Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre

20,947

Canadian Council on Social Development

2007 community investment report

51,961 8,202

Canadian Hearing Society

147,325

Canadian Mental Health Association, Ottawa Branch

347,197

Canadian Mothercraft of Ottawa-Carleton

36,521

Canadian National Institute for the Blind

280,054

Canadian Red Cross, Ottawa Branch

98,860

Carlington Community and Health Services

40,125

Catholic Family Service Ottawa Causeway Work Centre Centre de ressources communautaires de la Basse-Ville Centre de services Guigues

594,360 75,082 6,603 190,072

Centre de Services à la famille

16,461

Centre Espoir Sophie

25,757

Centre haïtien des carrières et des emplois

16,000

Disabled Persons Community Resources

225,520

Distress Centre — 211

318,000

Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region

204,154

EAGLE Training Centre

25,000

Eastern Ottawa Resource Centre

17,134

Elizabeth Fry Society of Ottawa

236,647

Empathy House of Recovery

36,338

Entraide budgétaire Ottawa

193,575

Family Services à la famille Ottawa

705,665

Focus Vanier Good Companions

20,935 223,832

Good Day Workshop

25,181

Harmony House

38,519

H’Art of Ottawa

16,651

Horizons Renaissance Inc.

25,000

Housing Help

19,420

Centre Psychosocial pour enfants et familles d’Ottawa

15,092

Hunt Club/Riverside Community Services Centre 15,683

Centretown Laundry Co-op

36,252

Immigrant Women Services Ottawa

31,200

2007 COMMUNITY INVESTMENT REPORT

Bruce House

47,727 175,225

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169,521

Patro d’Ottawa

John Howard Society

206,711

Pinecrest-Queensway Community Health Centre 105,518

Labour Community Services

113,539

Planned Parenthood Ottawa

78,824

Réseau de développement économique communautaire d’Ottawa

25,000

Rideau Seniors Centre

23,990

Rideau Street Youth Enterprises

16,200

Rideauwood Addiction and Family Services

46,727

LASI World Skills Le Regroupement des partenaires francophones Learning Disabilities Association of Ottawa-Carleton Lebanese and Arab Social Services Agency of Ottawa-Carleton

55,437 5,000 31,337 26,521

LiveWorkPlay (LWP) Incorporated

15,260

Schizophrenia Society of Ontario — Ottawa Chapter

Lowertown Youth Centre

19,974

School Breakfast Program

461,938

16,970 105,627

2007 DONOR-DIRECTED DESIGNATIONS TO OTHER CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS AND OTHER UNITED WAYS (UNAUDITED) In addition to supporting United Way/Centraide’s investments in community programs, partnerships and projects, individual donors may choose to direct their gifts to more than 1000 registered Canadian charities. Agencies that received more than $1000 in donors’ designated gifts in 2007 are listed below. Please note that the names of designated agencies are listed as they appear on pledge forms, donor’s directions and the Canada Revenue Agency website. Organization Name

Amount 1,125

Aphasia Centre of Ottawa-Carleton

1,862

Action Life Ottawa Inc.

2,895

Arnprior and District Humane Society

1,223

Arthritis Society, Ontario Division

1,700

Adra Canada – Adventist Development and Relief Agency

2,149

Aga Khan Foundation of Canada

8,033

5,580

Senior Citizens Council of Ottawa

51,937

Agudath Israel Congregation

1,293

Maison Fraternité

37,701

Sexual Assault Support Centre

10,630

Aids Committee of Ottawa

5,592

Military Family Resource Centre

20,913

Social Planning Council of Ottawa

238,527

Somali Centre for Family Services

48,482

Air Cadet League of Canada 872 Kiwanis, Kanata Squadron

1,705

National Capital Region YMCA-YWCA Nepean, Rideau and Osgoode Community Resource Centre Ottawa-Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities (OCAPDD) Ottawa Community Immigrant Services Organization (OCISO)

27,767 522,461 20,997 112,902 291,946

OCRI — Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation

52,109

Odawa Native Friendship Center

21,116

Osgoode Youth Association

35,122

Somerset West Community Health Centre

102,330

Air Cadet League of Canada 632 Orleans Squadron 1,199

St. Mary’s Home

51,893

Algonquin College Foundation

26,127

All Nations Full Gospel Church

3,547

All Saints Church, Greely

2,839

All Saints Westboro Parish

1,092

Alta Vista Baptist Church

1,201

Alta Vista Co-operative Nursery School Inc.

1,018

Alzheimer Society of Newfoundland

1,053

Alzheimer Society of Ottawa-Carleton

6,048

Alzheimer’s Support and Research Society Inc.

1,998

Amnesty International, Canadian Section

7,805

Success By 6 — NCB Grants

25,999 371,489

Tel-Aide Outaouais

78,797

Township of Osgoode Home Support Program

25,921

Tungasuvvingat Inuit Volunteer Ottawa Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health Inc.

27,346 231,978 64,017

24,321

Western Ottawa Community Resource Centre

32,915

Ottawa Chinese Community Service Centre

25,483

Winter Warmth

92,424

Ottawa Mission Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre Ottawa School of Speech and Drama

30,630 122,932 130,627 6,942

Overbrook-Forbes Community Resource Centre

64,090

Partnership with Council on Aging

35,800

1,242

97,239

Other Program Grants Ottawa Independent Living Resource Centre

Air Cadet League of Canada 51 National Aviation Museum Squadron

South-East Ottawa Centre for a Healthy Community Stroke Survivors Association of Ottawa

Youth Action Grants

59,854

Amnestie Internationale, section canadienne francophone

Youth Canada Association (YOUCAN!)

20,106

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Society of Ontario

2,004

Anaphylaxis Canada

1,093

Anglican Military Ordinariate

1,596

Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa Youville Centre Grand Total

203,337 36,915

Amount

Academie de danse de l’Outaouais

Maison d`Amitié

Minwaashin Lodge — Aboriginal Women’s Support Centre

Organization Name

1,333

Artists’ Centre d’artistes Ottawa Inc. Ashbury College Foundation

1,092 13,313

Ashbury College Inc.

5,880

Association pour l’aide à l’éducation et au développement (AAED)

1,531

Association des parents de l’école Trillium

3,198

Association du diabète du Québec Inc.

1,695

Association pour l’intégration sociale d’Ottawa

3,093

Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Ukrainian Orthodox Church

1,438

Autism Society of Canada

4,069

Autism Society Ontario

2,823

Baobab Tree Drum Dance Community

1,101

Barhaven Child Care Centre

2,010

Barrhaven Fellowship Christian Reformed Church

6,334

Barrhaven United Church

1,282

Battlefords United Way Inc.

1,197

Beacon Hill North Nursery School

2,555

Bedeque United Baptist Church

1,747

Bells Corners United Church

1,092

Bereaved Families of Ontario, Ottawa Region

1,921

Bernadette Child Care Centre Incorporated

1,095

Big Sky Ranch Animal Sanctuary

1,595

2007 COMMUNITY INVESTMENT REPORT

Jewish Family Services of Ottawa

11,540,966

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Amount

Bishop’s University Foundation

1,260

Bon Dieu dans la rue Organisation pour jeunes

1,217

Boy Scouts of Canada National Council

3,470

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Organization Name

Amount

Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division

1,120

Canadian Mothercraft of Ottawa-Carleton

3,703

Canadian Multiple Sclerosis Association

1,703

Boy Scouts of Canada Trust

1,028

Brain Injury Association of Canada

1,398

Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada

2,799

Breast Cancer Action

8,588

Breast Cancer Research Foundation

2,072

Breast Cancer Society of Canada

2,780

Canadian Society for Mucopolysaccharide & Related Diseases

Bridlewood Community Church of the Nazarene

2,184

Canadian Unicef Committee

11,602

British Columbia Cancer Foundation

1,088

Canadian Wildlife Federation

2,495

Bronson Centre Inc.

1,501

Canadian Women’s Foundation

1,331 5,606

Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Ontario Division

2,096

Canadian Parks & Wilderness Society

1,147

Canadian Reformed Church of Ottawa

2,772 1,813

Organization Name

Amount 7,537

Christian Horizons

1,238

Centraide Sud-Ouest du Québec

2,678

Church of St. Alban the Martyr

2,167

Centre d’aide 24/7

1,381

Church of St. John the Evangelist

1,784

City Church

1,092

Clifford Bowey School Foundation

1,504

Club de petits déjeuners

9,285

Centre d’alphabetisation, Moi, j’apprends du comte de Russell Inc.

2,269

Centre de bénévolat de la peninsule acadienne Inc. 1,223 Centre de la petite enfance

1,307

Centre de la petite enfance des hautes-plaines

1,523

Centre de santé et de services sociaux de Gatineau 1,633 Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

1,093

Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Foundation 2,805 Centre for Treatment of Sexual Abuse & Childhood 1,468 Centre Mechtilde

1,334

31,961

Cancer Research Society

Bytown Association for Rescued Kanines

20,374 1,121

Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Support Programs Inc.

6,369

CFB Esquimalt Military Family Resource Centre

1,462

Canada–Africa Community Health Alliance

1,066

Capital City Bikers’ Church

1,128

Canadian Aids Society

5,080

Capital City Mission

4,299

Champions for Children Foundation of Ottawa-Carleton

1,819

Care Canada

6,565

Charlotte Birchard Centres of Early Learning

6,677

Chelsea Foundation

4,568

Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing, National Capital Division

2,933

Canadian Blood Services Foundation

1,138

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

16,519

Canadian Breast Cancer Network Canadian Cancer Society, Ontario Division

Catholic Education Foundation of Ottawa-Carleton Cedarview Alliance Church

141,024 2,957

Cepal-Canadian-Palestinian Educational Exchange 1,379

Child Haven International

16,693

Children at Risk Ottawa

7,273

Children of Chornobyl Canadian Fund

1,898

3,668

Centraide / United Way Prescott-Russell

143,835

14,342

Centraide Abitibi-Temiscamigue-Ungava

8,916

Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa-Carleton

1,175 7,426

Canadian Celiac Association

1,192

Centraide Bas-Saint-Laurent

6,580

Children’s Bridge Foundation

Canadian Celiac Association, Ottawa Chapter

1,832

Centraide Centre-du-Québec

4,359

Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario

Canadian Federation of Humane Societies

1,331

Centraide du Grand Montréal

61,518

Canadian Foodgrains Bank Association Inc.

1,092

Centraide Duplessis

1,179

Canadian Foundation for Aids Research

4,113

Centraide Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine

5,787

Centraide Gatineau-Labelle-Hautes Laurentides

49,707

Canadian Friends of International House of New York

1,181

Centraide Laurentides

3,199

Canadian Guide Dogs for the Blind

9,998

Centraide Mauricie

3,743

Canadian Hunger Foundation

1,488

Centraide Outaouais

Canadian Mental Health Association

2,770

Centraide Québec

285,697 17,875

Amount

Centraide Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean

Bruce House Caldwell Family Centre Inc.

Organization Name

57,105

Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Foundation 31,829 Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute Inc.

Canadian National Institute for the Blind

15,789

CNIB Library for the Blind

1,088

Code

1,486

College Saint-Alexandre de la Gatineau

1,180

Comité Franco-Ontarienne de l’autisme

2,998

Communauté Chrétien Jean XXIII

1,112

Community Foundation of Ottawa-Carleton

25,625

Community Living Cambridge

1,277

Community Pentecostal Church of Ottawa

2,184

Companions of the Cross

3,905

Compassionate Friends Ottawa Valley / Outaouais 1,562 Comptoir St-Vincent-de-Paul Riviera Inc.

1,007

Congregation Beth Shalom West

1,689

Corporation du Centre Hospitalier Pierre Janet

1,354

Corporation Episcopale Catholique Romaine

2,563

Country Cat Sanctuary

1,699

Covenant House Toronto

1,557

Crisis Pregnancy Centre of Ottawa

2,097

Crossroads Free Methodist Church

22,134

David Suzuki Foundation

9,473

2,511

Dinners Unlimited 2005

Children’s Village of Ottawa

6,997

Doctors Without Borders Canada

1,216

Children’s Wish Foundation

8,829

Douglas Coldwell Foundation

1,512

Christ Church Cathederal

1,621

Down Syndrome Association, NCR

2,914

Christian Children’s Fund of Canada

1,758

Ducks Unlimited Canada

2,163

Christian Hit Radio Inc.

1,726

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Young Canadians Challenge

2,184

42,264

2007 COMMUNITY INVESTMENT REPORT

Organization Name

31


Ecclesiax Education Foundation of Ottawa

Amount 1,355 57,814

Organization Name

Amount

Organization Name

Amount

Fondation Jellinek

1,215

Healthpartners

Fondation Jules et Paul-Emile Léger

1,620

Healthpartners - Alzheimer Society of Canada

1,356,521 206,064

5,153

Healthpartners - Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Society of Canada

32,438

Égale Canada – Human Rights Trust

3,297

Fondation Mira Inc.

Église Nouvelle Alliance

4,477

Elim Fellowship of Evangelical Churches & Ministers

Fondation Paul Gerin-Lajoie pour la coopération international

1,485

Healthpartners - Arthritis Society

2,225

Fondation Pavillon du Parc

2,512

Healthpartners - Canadian Cancer Society

704,694

Engineers Without Borders (Canada)

6,081

Epilepsy (Ontario) Ottawa-Carleton

1,766

Fondation pour la promotion de la pédiatrie sociale

1,267

Healthpartners - Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

30,104

Fondation Québecoise du Cancer Inc.

1,750

Healthpartners - Canadian Diabetes Association 203,333

Foster Parents Plan of Canada

1,550

Healthpartners - Canadian Hemophilia Society

Foyer pour femmes autochtones de Montréal

1,077

Healthpartners - Canadian Liver Foundation

16,341

Fredericton Christian Breakfast Forum

1,966

Healthpartners - Canadian Lung Association

47,170

17,480

Healthpartners - Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of Canada

85,138

Epilepsy Canada

1,606

Fabrique de la Paroisse Sainte-Rose-de-Lima

1,003

First Church of the Nazarene

2,184

First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa

1,791

Focus Humanitarian Assistance Canada

1,215

Focus on the Family (Canada) Association

1,459

Fondation Altum

1,747

Fondation Collège St. Alexandre

7,458

Fondation Corazon du Québec

1,092

Fondation de l’ école du Grand-Boise

4,108

Fondation de la Cité Collegiale

6,882

Fondation de l’Hôpital de Montréal pour enfants

1,625

Fondation de la Police Montée

4,076

Fondation de l’Ataxie Charlevoix-Saguenay

6,250

Fondation de l’Hôpital Montfort

5,073

Fondation de l’Hôpital Sainte Justine

1,056

Fondation des Maladies du Coeur du Québec

2,026

Fondation des services de santé d’Aylmer

8,608

Fondation du cancer du sein du Québec

2,164

Fondation du centre de santé et de services sociaux de Gatineau

3,499

Fondation du centre hospitalier Pierre-Janet

4,062

Fondation General Vanier de l’association du 22E 4,614 Fondation HGM

2,331

Fondation Jardins Eden

1,308

Friends of Abandoned Pets Garderie “sur un nuage” d’Ottawa-Carleton

1,734

Garderie Tunney’s Day Care

1,684

Gay and Lesbian Community Services Association 1,092 Girl Guides of Canada, Ottawa Area

3,127

Gloucester Emergency Food Cupboard

1,477

Gloucester Senior Adult Centre

1,448

Good Shepherd Community

1,814

Healthpartners - Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

75,109

2,309

327,666

Healthpartners - Huntington Society of Canada

6,694

Healthpartners - Kidney Foundation of Canada

52,751

Healthpartners - Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

120,825

Organization Name

Amount

Hospital for Sick Children Foundation

1,485

House of Hope and Healing

1,442

Human Concern International

1,954

Humane Society of Canada for the Protection of Animals and the Environment Humane Society of Ottawa-Carleton

1,324 152,918

Humanist Association of Canada

1,739

Incorporated Synod of the Diocese of Ottawa

3,604

Inter Pares

1,989

Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship of Canada

1,008

International Children’s Appeal

1,530

International Relief Fund for the Afflicted and Needy, Canada

1,163

Interval House of Ottawa-Carleton

4,883

Jericho Road Ministries

1,904

Jewish Community Centre of Ottawa Summer Camp 1,210 Jewish Community Foundation of Montreal Jewish Federation of Ottawa

3,560 11,299

Jewish Theological Society of Canada

2,670

Junior Achievement of Eastern Ontario

1,797

Grace Community Bible Church

1,831

Healthpartners - Muscular Dystrophy Association of Canada

Grace Presbyterian Church

5,239

Healthpartners - Parkinson’s Society of Canada

Grand River Hospital Foundation

1,286

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario

4,896

Kanata Wesleyan Church

1,092

Great Canadian Theatre Corporation

2,202

Hellenic Community of Ottawa

3,623

Kanata Youth Centre

1,048

Greenbelt Baptist Church

2,268

Help the Aged Canada

1,119

Kemptville District Hospital Foundation

2,401

Groupe de la Place Royale

1,092

Highland Park Wesleyan Church

2,402

Kemptville Pentecostal Tabernacle

1,092

Histiocytosis Association of Canada

1,189

Kids Can Free the Children

1,366

14,427

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Canada

48,142

Kanata Food Cupboard

1,469

13,448

Groupe Scout et Guide de St. Pierre Chanel Outaouais

3,308

Hnatyshyn Foundation

2,435

Kids Help Phone

1,333

Habitat for Humanity, Naional Capital Region

9,859

Holy Redeemer Parish

1,401

Kirkland Lake & District United Way

1,437

Hahnemann Centre for Heil Kunst Trust

5,861

Holy Spirit Catholic Parish

7,684

Kiwanis Music and Dance Festival Association

1,277

Halifax United Way H’Art of Ottawa Harvest House Ministries of Ottawa-Carleton

16,127 3,651 10,935

Hopewell Eating Disorders Support Centre of Ottawa

4,469

Hôpital Montfort

1,464

Hospice of All Saints

29,162

Lakes Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses, Kanata 1,529 Lambda Literary and Scholarship Foundation

2,209

Lanark Animal Welfare Society

2,894

2007 COMMUNITY INVESTMENT REPORT

Organization Name

33


Amount

L’Arche Agapé

1,552

L’Arche Arnprior

1,519

L’Arche Ottawa

1,653

L’Autre Chez-Soi Inc., Aylmer

1,441

Leprosy Mission Canada

1,311

Leucan Inc.

2,502

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada

2,909

Lifeline Centre for Addicted Survivors of Trauma

2,640

Liveworkplay (LWP) Incorporated

3,260

Lupus Canada

3,418

Machzikei Hadas Congregation

2,720

Maison Mathieu Froment-Savoie

12,360

Maison Unies vers Femmes (#355)

1,026

Maison Victor Gadbois

1,125

Make A Wish Foundation of Eastern Ontario

28,313

Manjari Sankurathri Memorial Foundation

1,929

Manotick United Church

1,769

Maritime Forces Atlantic Military Family Resource Centre

1,522

Masonic Foundation of Ontario

1,916

McClure Place Foundation Inc.

1,638

Medical Aid for Palestine Association

1,920

Mennonite Central Committee Canada

3,495

Metropolitan Bible Church Benevolent Fund

3,809

Metropolitan Bible Church Property Corporation

8,598

Military Police Fund for Blind Children

7,656

Minwaashin Lodge – Aboriginal Women’s Support Centre

2,444

Miriam Centre of Ottawa-Carleton

3,387

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD Canada)

2,299

MSC Canada

2,090

Msgr. Paul Baxter Memorial Foundation

3,051

Organization Name

Amount

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, Ontario Division

4,073

NAC Summer Music Institute

2,674

National Ballet School

1,260

National Capital Children’s Oncology Care Inc.

6,750

National Gallery of Canada Foundation

1,291

National Museum of Science and Technology

4,578

National Ovarian Cancer Association

4,897

Nationside Pentecostal Church

1,638

Nature Conservancy of Canada

5,971

Near East Cultural and Educational Foundation of Canada

1,008

Nelson House of Ottawa-Carleton

3,565

Nepean Seniors’ Home Support

1,810

Odawa Native Friendship Centre

2,568

Old Ottawa South Firehall Redevelopment Fund

8,882

Ontario Lupus Association

4,977

Ontario Society for Crippled Children

3,660

Ontario Special Olympics Inc.

1,255

Operation Enfant Soleil Inc.

2,215

Organization Name

Amount

Organization Name

Amount

Ottawa Church of Christ

1,402

Paroisse Sainte-Marie

4,349

Ottawa College of Jewish Studies

9,345

Paroisse Saint-Joseph

1,159

Ottawa Food Bank

9,719

Paroisse St. Laurent

1,206

Ottawa Friends of Tibet

1,261

Paroisse St. Medard

1,066

Ottawa Heart Institute Alumni Inc.

1,071

Paroisse St. Remi

1,067

Ottawa Heart Institute Foundation

7,218

Paroisse St. Paul

1,810

7,101

Parsifal Waldorf School

2,947

Pavillon du parc

1,529

Ottawa Innercity Ministries Ottawa Jewish Community High School

19,580

Ottawa Mandarin Alliance Church

2,940

Ottawa Mennonite Church

6,518

Ottawa Muslim Association

1,514

Ottawa Peace and Environment Resource Centre

2,929

Ottawa Public Library Foundation

1,361

Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre Foundation

31,722

Perley and Rideau Veteran’s Health Centre Foundation

2,584

Perley Hospital

3,047

Petawawa Military Family Resource Centre Incorporated

3,113

Phoenix Youth Programs

1,226

Pink Triangle Services

7,934

Planned Parenthood Federation of Canada

1,296

Polish Heritage of Canada Inc.

1,483

Porcupine United Way

1,374

Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund

2,332

Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation

2,925

Ottawa Riverkeeper

1,246

Ottawa Rotary Club Children’s Foundation

1,349

Ottawa Rotary Home Foundation

2,614

Ottawa Salus Corporation

3,320

Ottawa Senators Foundation

2,973

Ottawa Seventh-Day Adventist Church

2,722

Ottawa Valley Wild Bird Care Centre

9,820

Priory of Canada of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem

1,008

Ottawa-Carleton Wildlife Centre Inc.

2,905

Prostate Cancer Association, Ottawa-Carleton

1,157

Our Lady of Fatima’s Parish

1,875

Prostate Cancer Research Foundation of Canada

2,382

Orleans–Cumberland Community Resource Centre 2,540

Our Lady of the Visitation

4,647

Queen’s University

3,997

Ottawa CGIT Committee

2,664

Outcare Foundation

1,134

Queensway-Carleton Hospital

1,535

Ottawa-Carleton District School Board

2,162

Oxfam Canada

11,963

Queensway-Carleton Hospital Foundation

6,219

Ottawa Chapter, Children’s International Summer Villages

Oxfam Quebec

3,778

Redeemer Alliance Church

2,184

3,798

Palliative Care Outreach Program

6,935

Relais plein air du Parc de la Gatineau

1,212

Ottawa Children’s Treatment Centre

3,165

Parish of St. George’s

2,201

Renfrew Victoria Hospital Foundation

2,009

Ottawa Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation

5,419

Parish of the Annunciation Ottawa

1,310

Rideau Seniors’ Centre

1,159

Ottawa Chinese Alliance Church

1,641

Parkinson’s Society of Ottawa-Carleton

4,485

Right to Play International

1,545

Paroisse Notre-Dame de Lorette

1,025

River Parkway Preschool Centre

2,162

Operation Go Home

16,139

Options Bytown Non-Profit Housing Corporation

1,433

Organisation Catholique canadienne pour le développement et la paix

3,992

Ottawa Christian Counselling Service Association 3,016

2007 COMMUNITY INVESTMENT REPORT

Organization Name

35


Amount

Organization Name

Amount

Organization Name

Amount

Organization Name

Amount

Roberts Smart Centre

1,295

Serenity Renewal for Families Corporation

8,674

St. Boniface Hospital & Research Foundation Inc. 1,441

United Church of Canada

1,108

Rockland Help Centre

1,860

Services communautaires et de santé Carlington

2,514

St. Brigid’s Summer Camp

2,447

United Way Yellowknife

1,184

Roger’s House for Palliative Care

9,685

Shepherds of Good Hope

St. Camillus’ Parish

1,529

United Jewish Appeal of Canada Inc.

3,249

Ronald McDonald House Charities – National

1,269

Shepherds of Good Hope Foundation

2,623

St. Christopher House

2,520

United Jewish Appeal of Metropolitan Toronto

4,200

Rossland United Way

1,060

Shilo Military Family Resource Centre Inc.

1,119

St. George’s Parish

4,096

United Way Avalon

Sierra Club of Canada Foundation

2,945

St. Luke’s Parish

2,468

United Way Central New Brunswick

Sierra Legal Defence Fund Society

1,485

St. Mark’s Parish

1,747

United Way Estrie

Sir Edmund Hillary Foundation

1,260

St. Matthew’s Harmony House, Ottawa

2,766

United Way of Ajax-Pickering-Uxbridge

1,106

St. Patrick’s Home of Ottawa Inc.

1,151

United Way of Bruce Grey

1,820

St. Paul’s Church

1,092

United Way of Burlington and Greater Hamilton

St. Stefan Serbian Orthodox Church School

1,331

United Way of Calgary and Area

St. Timothy’s Presbyterian Church

4,450

United Way of Cambridge & North Dumfries

St. Mary’s Catholic Church

1,638

United Way of Canada

46,904

St. Patrick’s Parish

5,973

United Way of Cape Breton

17,455

St. Paul’s Anglican Church

1,278

United Way of Chatham-Kent County

1,144

St. Sharbel Church of Ottawa

1,806

United Way of Colchester County

1,691

Stanley Francis Foundation

2,713

United Way of Cumberland County

2,503

Stephen Lewis Foundation

23,574

United Way of Greater Moncton & Southeastern New Brunswick Region

7,789

United Way of Greater Saint John Inc.

5,740

Royal Institution for the Advancement of Learning, McGill University

2,107

Royal Ottawa Health Care Foundation

18,645

Royal Ottawa Health Care Group

1,850

Royal Ottawa Hospital Volunteer Association

1,505

Saga Jeunesse

1,157

Saint Patrick’s Basilica

2,600

Salvation Army Community and Family Services, Victoria

2,016

Sisters of Charity of Ottawa Health Service Foundation

1,125 30,887

Snowsuit Fund

6,929

Société Alzheimer de l’Outaouais Québecois

3,459

Societe canadienne du cancer, division du Québec 3,115

Salvation Army Correctional and Justice Services, Ottawa

3,374

Salvation Army Ontario East Division

1,175

Salvation Army Ottawa Booth Centre

6,941

Salvation Army Ottawa Citadel Corps

3,701

Salvation Army Ottawa Grace Manor

2,264

Salvation Army Territorial Headquarters

Sir Mortimer B. Davis Jewish General Hospital Foundation

31,158

14,219

Societe canadienne pour le développement durable en faveur des femmes dans les pays en voie de développement

4,390

Société de la Sclerose Lateral Amyotrophique du Qébec

1,250

St. Joseph’s Parish

3,695

Société de Saint-Vincent de Paul, conseil particulier de Hull

1,883

Tembo

1,830

Salvation Army Woodroffe Community Church

1,245

Société Scogestion Inc.

1,614

Terry Fox Foundation

3,177

Save a Family Plan

1,157

Society for Animal Aid (Burlington) Incorporated 1,173

The Ottawa Hospital

5,529

Save the Children Canada

2,094

Solidarité Jeunesse

1,981

The Ottawa Hospital Foundation

54,703

Schizophrenia Society of Canada

1,375

Soupière de l’amitié de Gatineau Inc.

4,160

The Samaritan’s Purse – Canada

8,673

Schizophrenia Society of Ontario

6,662

Soupiere de l’amitié de Hull

1,462

The School of Dance pre-professional program

1,472

Scleroderma Society of Canada

1,446

SPCA de l’ouest du Québec

5,612

Thyroid Foundation of Canada

1,573

Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation of Canada

1,529

SPCA de l’Outaouais Inc.

9,729

Scouts du District d’Ottawa

2,557

SPCA Leeds/Grenville/Brockville Ontario Society

4,352

Ti-Loup and the Poule Foundation in Support of Kids with Cancer

2,287

Scouts du District d’Outaouais

1,311

Spectrum Intervention Group

1,495

Total Communication Environment

4,482

Search and Rescue, Global 1

2,362

2,372

Seniors Network Outreach Society

1,485

Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus Association of Ontario

Trait d’union Outaouais Inc.

1,150

TV Ontario Foundation

2,936

Serena Ontario

3,385

St. Augustine’s Parish

1,261

Unitarian Service Committee of Canada

1,908

United Way of Greater Simcoe County

13,057 8,858 10,404

8,901 17,429 3,168

1,712

United Way of Greater Toronto

39,656

United Way of Greater Victoria

5,095

United Way of Guelph & Wellington

1,534

United Way of Haldimand-Norfolk

3,594

United Way of Kamloops & Region

1,445

United Way of Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington United Way of Lanark County

9,428 103,125

United Way of Leeds & Grenville

54,240

United Way of London & Middlesex

14,608

United Way of Lunenberg County

1,378

United Way of Nanaimo & District

1,938

2007 COMMUNITY INVESTMENT REPORT

Organization Name

37


Organization Name

Amount

Organization Name

Amount

United Way of Niagara Falls and Greater Fort Erie 1,064

Victoria’s Quilts Canada

1,624

United Way of Oxford County

1,486

Vietnamese Canadian Centre

2,889

United Way of Peel Region

3,748

Voice for Hearing Impaired Children

1,388

United Way of Peterborough & District

2,113

VON Canada Foundation

3,053

United Way of Pictou County

2,683

War Amps of Canada

8,382

United Way of Prince Edward Island

5,788

War Child Canada

1,830

United Way of Quinte

1,790

Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Canada

1,209

United Way of Regina

7,621

Watercan/Eaucan Corporation

2,559

United Way of Saskatoon

4,495

Waupoos Foundation

6,057

United Way of Sault Ste. Marie

2,400

West Carleton Emergency Food Aid

1,278

United Way of St. Catharines & District

1,708

Westboro Academic Society

1,537

United Way of Stormont, Dundas & Glengary

23,402

Westminster Pet Sanctuary

1,185

United Way of The Alberta Capital Region

18,802

White Wind Zen Community of Ottawa

1,709

1,136

William Osler Health Centre Foundation

1,260

23,418

Winchester District Memorial Hospital

2,966 1,126

United Way of the Fraser Valley United Way of the Lower Mainland United Way of Thunder Bay

2,868

Woodroffe United Church

United Way of Windsor-Essex County

2,634

World Society for the Protection of Animals Canada 2,247

United Way of Winnipeg United Way of York Region United Way of the Yukon United Way of the Upper Ottawa Valley

24,448

10,407

World Wildlife Fund Canada Foundation

2,446

1,842

World Wildlife Fund Canada

5,028

Yet Keen Seniors’ Day Centre Inc.

1,223

18,677

United Way of Sudbury and District

3,798

Unity Church of Ottawa

1,171

University of Ottawa

World Vision Canada

1,203

27,489

University of Ottawa Heart Institute

8,099

Université Laval

1,780

Urban Christian Outreach Ottawa

2,184

Uwrichelieu-Yamaska

3,647

Variety Club of Ottawa – Tent 71

1,069

Victorian Order of Nurses for Canada

1,738

Victorian Order of Nurses for Canada – Ontario

1,100

Total >$1000

6,931,134

Total <$1000

666,994

Grand Total

7,598,128


United Way Ottawa Annual Report 2007