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Ahavath Achim Retirement Home Inc., established in 1992

33 Wilmington Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M3H 5J1
416-816-6001
http://www.totalhomecare.ca
info@totalhomecare.ca
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Ahavath Achim Retirement Home over the years has grown and become a home away from home, through word of mouth and exceptional care our home flourished into a wonderful establishment.
The key to our success and satisfaction of our residents and their families stems from the fact that we are a home and not an institution. Ahavath Achim Retirement Home over the years has grown and become a home away from home, through word of mouth and exceptional care our home flourished into a wonderful establishment. We have been providing services to the community since 1992. More recently we have opened our doors to individuals requiring specialized care including Alzheimers.


Bikur Cholim
506 Coldstream Avenue,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M6B 2K6
(416) 783-7983
(416) 256-6260
bikurcholimtor@rogers.com
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ial service agency providing practical and emotional support to the elderly and crisis intervention to the Jewish clients in the community.


Canadian Friends Of The Ukrainian Jewish Community
19 Wolverton,
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, K2G 4C2
1-888-956-0003
http://www.cfujc.org
mmessinger@cfujc.org
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Established in 2007, The Canadian Friends of the Ukrainian Jewish Community (CFUJC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the Jewish Community of Kiev to support the extensive social network that it operates for the poor, the sick and the vulnerable.
Some of the Jewish Community of Kiev main social projects include: a soup kitchen and medical clinic for the elderly, a group home for orphan and abandoned children, a summer camp and a Jewish cemetery restoration program.


Chai Lifeline Canada
16 Stadcona Drive,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M6A 1Y6
(647) 430-5933
(416) 628-1597
http://www.chailifelinecanada.org
Canada@ChaiLifeline.org
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Chai Lifeline is a not for profit organization dedicated to helping children from serious illness as well as their family members.
Offers a comprehensive range of services to address the multiple needs of patients, parents and siblings. Chai Lifeline is passionately devoted to alleviating the burden of those facing medical challenge. If there's anything that can be done to help, Chai Lifeline will do it. From the moment of diagnosis, through the arduous months and years, in good times and bad, thousands of families have discovered that Chai Lifeline is a friend for life. Programs and services include Camp Simcha, Camp Simcha Special, H.E.L.P., Louis Wertenteil Heart-to-Heart, Disney World Trip, and Honey Engel Special Toy Drive.


Ezrat Achim
55 Rockford Road,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M2R 3A6
(647) 403-9395
(905) 669-6243
ezratachimtoronto@gmail.com
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dicated to assist needy families and individuals for Shabbat on a weekly basis.
Toronto's Jewish community has grown tremendously and unfortunately, the need for financial help and food in the community has become increasingly remote. This non-profit organization relies solely on generous donors, sponsors and committed staff of volunteers. Individual or family must have an Orthodox synagogue affiliation.


Jvia Network
97 Regent Street,
Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, L4C 9N7
(905) 508-2892
peselbasmirel@hotmail.com
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JVIA Network - connecting active Jewish, vision-impaired adults.
A new group affiliated with the BJCC that welcomes participation and enthusiasm. Hopes to establish recreational interesting and varied outings and activities --a program that allows for socialization and networking.


Tomchei Shabbos of Toronto
65 Dufflaw Road,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M6A 2W4
416-623-2094; 416-781-9156 x 403
http://www.tomcheishabbos.ca
tomcheishabbos.toronto@gmail.com
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Organization based in the Orthodox community to provide food for the hungry. Accessed through a rabbi of an orthodox congregation.
For donations only please call 416-623-2094 or 416-781-9156 x 403. Send Tomchei Shabbos cards in honour of a birthday, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Anniversary or in memory of a loved one. Minimum donation $18. Purim cards also available.


Ve'ahavta: The Canadian Jewish Humanitarian Relief Committee
2221 Yonge Street, Suite LL,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M4S 2B4
(416) 964-7698
(416) 964-6582
http://www.veahavta.org
avrum@veahavta.org
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Works through the Canadian Jewish community to raise the consciousness of all its members about world issues and enhances the lives of others.