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Focus on Equality

Focus on Equality

Community Development Halton is committed to embracing equality for all persons, regardless of age, gender, race, religion, citizenship, disability, income, marital and family status, and sexual orientation. Our Values focus upon community, volunteerism, diversity,...

Burlington Physical Literacy Team

This project will provide physical activity opportunities in 6 different neighbourhood programs as well as workshops and special events reaching thousands of children aged 0-12 years and their parents/caregivers across the City of Burlington. Neighbourhood access to...

Healthy Kids Community Challenge

Healthy Kids Community Challenge Burlington Purpose: To work together through collaboration to build healthy kids in vibrant neighbourhoods with a focus on physical activity and healthy eating for kids to lead healthy, active lives. Our Community is one of 45...

Halton Nonprofit Network

The Halton Nonprofit Network (HNN) was mandated to bring nonprofits in the Halton area together to work on issues of common concern and to provide support to each other. The Network received an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant (2014-2016) that permitted it to further...

Burlington Age-Friendly

Burlington Age Friendly Council’s (BAFC) Vision: Burlington will be the best place to live, work and play for all ages. Community Development Halton, as lead organization on this collaborative, received funding from the Ontario Trillium Foundation of $347,000...

Acton Together

Acton Together initiative is a community-led effort to connect Acton residents. Acton Community Garden – An accessible, co-operative garden that inspires broad community participation in growing our own organic food. Acton Together Community Garden Report...