Resources to help build a stronger community
In partnership with the Caring and Sharing Exchange, Christmas Exchange provides a one-time seasonal food voucher or hamper to low-income individuals and families.
We provide a wide range of tools that help set families, individuals and communities on a stronger course to security to move forward in their lives.
Diabetes Education services are offered in your community in the language of your choice.
The Emergency Baby Cupboard provides once a month support of diapers for children of all ages and limited quantities of formula and/or milk for babies (0-6 months).
The Good Food Box is an affordable way to buy local fresh fruits and vegetables.
NROCRC offers free income tax clinics to our residents.
Information and Referral services involve directing clients to the appropriate service based on an assessment of needs.
The Snowsuit Fund is available for low-income families with children ages 0-15 years who are in need of snow suits.
Tools 4 School provides the basic age appropriate school supplies and a back pack to children starting school in September.
In partnership with the Salvation Army, Toy Mountain provides toys for children ages 0-12 years.
If you are a customer of an electric utility and in a lower income home, you may qualify for a reduction on your electricity bill through the Ontario Electricity Support Program (OESP).