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Links2Care helps Halton Hills JK to Grade 12 students go back to school fully equipped with supplies and confidence!

Not only does this program help lower-income students start off the school year on the right foot, parents’ financial and emotional stress is also alleviated as they avoid dipping into rent or food budgets to ensure their children have the tools they need to succeed.

For the past decade, Links2Care has provided hundreds of Halton Hills students with new backpacks filled with essential learning tools thanks to the generous support of local residents, groups and businesses. In addition, committed high school students volunteer their time toward their graduation requirement and gain business, marketing and organizational skills while developing peer empathy and community awareness.

Apply Now – Deadline AUGUST 13:

Download the Links2Care School Supplies Application 2021 here

Complete and return the application, preferably by email, with proof of income (notice of assessment) to [email protected] or [email protected]

You can also pick-up and drop off your application in person at our Acton or Georgetown offices.

PICK-UP of supplies will be by appointment. Recipients will be contacted in late August with details.

How you can help


Financial Donations:

We gratefully accept donations online as well as cash, cheques and gift cards to help us to purchase much needed items

Donations of New School Supplies:

And this year, we are once again accepting donations of NEW school supplies:

  • Backpacks (older students only please)
  • Binders (small only please)
  • Notebooks (spiral)
  • Paper (lined and quad)
  • Report Covers
  • Lunch Bags
  • Pencil Cases (with 3 rings)
  • Pencils
  • Pens (blue, black and red)
  • Highlighters
  • Crayons
  • Pencil Crayons
  • Markers (thick and thin)
  • Glue Sticks
  • Erasers
  • Rulers
  • Scissors
  • White Glue
  • Geometry Sets
  • Calculators (regular and scientific)


We would greatly appreciate your help in promoting the program to Halton Hills families in need.


Sadly, to limit the number of people involved, we have taken the difficult decision to forego the collaboration of new volunteers at the present time.