Established by The Exchange for the entire community. Caledon Events is your destination for local community events in the Town of Caledon and surrounding areas. Our interactive calendar is maintained through a collaboration of community organizations and non-profits.
The Exchange, at 55 Healey Road in Bolton, has a focus on nutritious food and community programs designed to enrich our lives. The Exchange welcomes everyone living in Caledon to share ideas, participate in activities and get to know our neighbours.
With six branches located throughout Caledon, CPL has extensive collections ranging from books to magazines to movies and music to video gaming to a range of electronic resources and online research tools. CPL also offers a variety of different adult and children programs at all seven branches to complement the collections.
Rapport Youth & Family Services is a non-profit social service organization that provides counselling and related support services to youth in Peel Region.
Caledon Parent-Child Centre is a non-profit community service organization that provides quality programs for children, parents and caregivers in Caledon and the surrounding areas.
Bethell Hospice strives to provide the right care, in the right place, at the right time. Their range of palliative care and bereavement supports are available to assist both those in the final stage of life and their families.
Caledon Community Services (CCS) is a multi-service, community-impact organization. Our vision, “Healthy, Engaged, Compassionate Community for all” is as relevant today as it was over 40 years ago when we opened our doors to our community.
BCCL supports and empowers people who have an intellectual disability, in partnership with their families and the community, to lead enriched and meaningful lives.
For over 50 years, the Canadian Mental Health Association – Peel Branch (CMHA Peel) has been a pioneer in providing services for people with mental illness and educating Canadians about mental health issues.
Bolton Alliance Church is a family, committed to teaching the life-changing truth of Jesus, and reaching the needs of the community and beyond.
Peace Ranch provides supportive housing and rehabilitative programs for adults who have serious mental illnesses, enabling them to live and work in a community atmosphere.
The Peel board serves 155,000 students in kindergarten to grade 12. Operating 257 schools in the municipalities of Brampton, Caledon and Mississauga, the Peel board is the largest employer in Peel. The board’s annual budget is $1.3 billion.
Every day, we strive to improve the quality of life of the South Asian community. PCHS began in July 1990 as a community development project. It is now a not-for profit, charitable, accredited and a Health Service Provider organization.
SHIP’s mission is to optimize quality of life for individuals with mental illness through housing and community-based services SHIP provides a variety of community based mental health and supportive housing services for men and women who have an identified psychiatric illness, enabling them to live independently in the community in an atmosphere of support, co-operation, understanding and affordability
Approximately 75,000 people live in Caledon. It is a safe, active and environmentally conscious community. The people in our community want to make a difference and see positive change. Our residents make Caledon a vibrant place to live, work and play. Council ensures the voice of our community is heard by affecting change to policies, practices and services. Municipal staff work diligently to ensure the things that are important to our community come to life – they make it happen. Caledon is spread over 700 square kilometres, and is a true community of communities that sits in the southern reaches of Headwaters tourism area.
Volunteer MBC is a Volunteer Centre that fosters and develops volunteerism in the Peel region, serving the cities of Mississauga and Brampton, and the Town of Caledon, by raising awareness of the power of service.
We are a nonprofit organization. We work hand in hand with other organizations in the Bolton and Orangeville area and are able to refer clients to other resources as well. We are currently the only nonprofit in Dufferin offering the NAMI program. We are located in Orangeville and Bolton.