We are a registered charity that has been in existence since 1981, led by a Board of Directors with varied backgrounds and professional expertise. We provide support, education and advocacy to young people who are victims or witnesses of abuse or crime, and their families, in Waterloo Region and Guelph and Wellington County.
With only 20% of our overall funding from government sources, the balance needs to be raised in the community on an annual basis. The value of community, caring and compassion shines brightly when we partner together. A huge thanks to all our donors, funders, supporters and volunteers who support us throughout the year, opening your hearts and helping to make a difference in the lives of young people. We are so incredibly grateful and together, we are stronger!
Special shout out to some recent funding supporters!
Thank you for providing support to five young people and their families in Guelph and Wellington County through our Child Witness Program.
A huge thanks to the City of Cambridge for providing support to our Cambridge clients.
Thank you! We are so appreciative of your continued support of our victim-centred services and our annual Youth Symposium to benefit Cambridge residents.
Thank you to SVP Teens ~ we are absolutely delighted to be the chosen charity this year! We are so impressed by the capable young people of this group.
Thank you for your continued support to 3 young women in Kitchener-Waterloo through the criminal justice process.
We are very grateful to the TD Employees Endowment Fund, held at Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation, that is providing funds to assist us with additional expenses during COVID-19.
Thank you for your support to help more than 3 young people in Cambridge through either the investigative or criminal court process.
Your continued support means so much and will help at least one young female in Kitchener Waterloo.
Your support ensures that young people and their families in Waterloo Region are supported and connected to the resources needed to help them begin to heal.