Employment Services, Vocational Rehabilitation, Employer Services, Corporate Training, Personalized Services and Online Services.
Community Living Quinte West will at all times support persons served to live, work, and participate as integrated and valued members of the community.
Young Drivers of Canada is Canada’s largest driver training organization. Since 1970, we have grown to 140+ classrooms across Canada, with over 1.3 million students
Hospice Quinte assists terminally ill individuals and their caregivers by offering them support and companionship. Hospice We also provide grief support in both group and individual settings.
The Trenton Downtown Business Area is an association of business people who have joined together to promote, beautify and improve the physical area known as the downtown.
Meta Employment Services is a non-profit organization funded by the government to provide employment services for both job seekers and employers.
As a Social Planning agency we raise awareness on social issues in the community; Operate Food Security Programs (Good Food Box, Good Baby Box, Good Food Market, Community Kitchens, Community Gardens)
To mobilize volunteers and community partners in building affordable housing and promoting home ownership as a means to breaking the cycle of poverty.
Quinte Humane Society is a registered charity that promotes the prevention of cruelty to animals that are neglected, abused, exploited, stray or homeless.
Promoting mental-health wellness & community integration, providing services offering support to the people in Hastings & Prince Edward Counties through advocacy, education & transitional housing.
The Quinte Home Builders' Association represents more than 140 member builders, suppliers, trade contractors, financial and service professionals in the Quinte Region
The Quinte West Youth Centre is a registered non-profit organization providing a safe, supervised place for youth in Quinte West to have fun, access resources and provide opportunities for learning.
Since its inception in 1958, United Way Hastings & Prince Edward (formerly United Way Quinte) has raised more than $36 million to support local not-for-profit health and social service agencies.
Lower Trent Conservation is a non-profit, community-based environmental agency that protects, restores and manages the natural resources across the Trent River valley and surrounding areas.