SAVE THE DATE – Coldest Night of the Year walkathon February 26, 2022
November 18, 2021
A little walk out in the cold to help those struggling to stay safe and warm at home! IT’S COLD OUT THERE! People in our community are struggling – with the pandemic, with poverty, with isolation, and now with the bitter cold. BUT YOU CAN HELP! The Coldest Night of the Year CNOY22 walkathon lets… Continue reading SAVE THE DATE – Coldest Night of the Year walkathon February 26, 2022
IT’S HOLIDAY GIVING TIME!!
October 4, 2021
Need a little extra joy this holiday season? If you are a Halton Hills family with children 0-18 years of age, apply now to receive a gift bag full of new pajamas, toiletries and other items that will bring joy and hopefully reduce stress a little as well. Download a Holiday Giving application here and… Continue reading IT’S HOLIDAY GIVING TIME!!
OUR ACTON OFFICE HAS MOVED!
August 28, 2021
LINKS2CARE ACTON HAS MOVED TO THE ACTON COMMUNITY HUB AT MSB Links2Care, your local, not-for-profit, community support agency, is excited to announce its relocation to the Acton Community Hub at the pool end of McKenzie-Smith Bennett Public School as of September 2021. New Links2Care Acton Community Hub contact info: 69 Acton Boulevard, Acton, ON L7J… Continue reading OUR ACTON OFFICE HAS MOVED!
Our School Supplies Program is Back(pack)!!
July 14, 2021
Apply by August 13, 2021. Go to the School Supplies Program page for more details.
HALTON FRESH FOOD BOX NOW AVAILABLE IN ACTON
June 10, 2021
Order a Halton Fresh Food Box from a site near you! Acton – Links2Care Burlington – Grace United Church Campbellville -The Ontario Harness Horse Association Georgetown Christian Fellowship Georgetown – St George Anglican Church Milton Community Resource Center Milton – St. Grace Anglican Church Did you know that 65% of Halton residents don’t eat enough… Continue reading HALTON FRESH FOOD BOX NOW AVAILABLE IN ACTON
FREE PSW Bathing Assistance
May 20, 2021
Worried about your parents’ or loved ones’ safety in the washroom? Did you know that falls are associated with 85% of injury-related hospitalizations and over 1/3 of admissions to long-term-care following hospital stays. Free help is available. 905-873-6502 [email protected]
Celebrating volunteer extraordinaire, Gord Cummings, during National Volunteer Week
April 22, 2021
In celebration of National Volunteer Week (April 18-24), Georgetown’s very own Gord Cummings was honoured with a Community Development Halton – Halton Volunteer Impact Award. And Links2Care knows first-hand that it was fully-deserved! Gord Cummings joined us at Links2care as a Meals on Wheels volunteer in May 2007 and has been an incredibly reliable, professional,… Continue reading Celebrating volunteer extraordinaire, Gord Cummings, during National Volunteer Week
National Volunteer Week – April 18-24, 2021. Our volunteers are the BEST!
April 15, 2021
In celebration of National Volunteer Week, Links2Care Leadership, Staff and Board Members wish to express their fervent gratitude for the incredible commitment, inspiring dedication and lasting impact of our fabulous volunteers. Our programs and services could not continue without you.
COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE: Halton Residents 65 years and older can get their vaccines!
April 1, 2021
Halton Region has announced that older adults aged 65 and older (born in or before 1956) are now eligible to book an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at Halton’s vaccination clinics. Visit www.halton.ca/COVIDvaccines to: Book an appointment – If you are eligible or are booking on behalf of someone who is eligible, use the… Continue reading COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE: Halton Residents 65 years and older can get their vaccines!
A Celebration of Meals on Wheels
March 30, 2021
LINKS2CARE MEALS ON WHEELS HELP KEEP SENIORS CONNECTED TO OUR COMMUNITY March 22-26 was March for Meals Community Champions Week, a celebration of Meals on Wheels and our senior neighbours who rely on this essential service to remain healthy and independent at home. As the Halton Hills’ MOW provider, Links2Care’s goal is to garner support… Continue reading A Celebration of Meals on Wheels