SHIP counts on the collaboration and support of our partners and funders to enable us to work toward keeping pace with ever-growing demands for health service and housing support. On behalf of our clients, their families and our community stakeholders, SHIP recognizes the funding and support of:
Specific Project Funders
SHIP also recognizes and thanks the generosity displayed by the following specific project funders:
Each year, Canada Summer Jobs provides funding to create summer job opportunities for young people, ages 15 to 30, who are full-time students intending to return to their studies in the next school year.
In 2014, Our Nance Horwood Place Theatre Group received funding from the New Horizons for Seniors Program to fund a theatre-based project. Itwill support seniors to participate socially and feel included in their communities in a meaningful way through interaction and collaboration with other seniors and youth.
In 2013, the Home Depot Canada Foundation awarded SHIP a grant to support ourPeel Youth Village – Being a Good Neighbour project. Through this funding, our goal is to create a renewed sense of pride and ownership through a redesign of our neighbourhood entrance and creation of a welcoming green space.
In 2013, through Yardi Systems Inc., Community Painters at Peel Youth Village received seed money to provide operational support for our newest social purpose enterprise. This funding will enable us to purchase the initial supplies required to provide this employment opportunity.
In 2013, through The Children and Youth Funds, SHIP received funding to hire a consultant to conduct a feasibility study in the Peel Youth Village and Acorn community to determine the viability of a Pathways to Education (PTE) model in our neighbourhood through partnerships with community, schools boards, corporations and Pathways to Education.
In 2013, SHIP received funding to operate theBreakfast For Kids program at Peel Youth Village enabling us to provide breakfast program for up to 60 elementary and secondary students at Peel YouthVillage each weekday morning during the school year.
In 2010, 2008 and 2005, SHIP’s Social Purpose Enterprise (SPE) received grants from the Ontario Trillium Foundation to support our SPE initiatives. These included initial start up funding for DestinationCafé.ca and a van to support our DC Cleaning and Catering businesses.
In 2009, 2008 and 2007, DestinationCafé.ca, SHIP’s social purpose enterprise was the recipient of grants from the United Way of Peel that have enabled us to provide enhanced employment or training opportunities for marginalized populations and strengthen the capacity of our staff and business.
In 2009, SHIP’s Working Well program in Brampton received funding from the Brampton and Caledon Community Foundation. We thank them for their generosity.
As the lead agency for many supportive housing and health service initiatives, SHIP gratefully acknowledges the following partners and their collaborative efforts:
- Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA Peel Branch)
- Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
- India Rainbow Community Services of Peel
- Peace Ranch
- ReConnect Mental Health Services
- Trillium Health Centre
- Region of Peel
- Peel Addiction Assessment and Referral Centre (PAARC)
- Peel Children’s Aid Society
- Dufferin Connects
- Peel Senior Link
- Punjabi Community Health Services
- Kerry’s Place
- Brampton Caledon Community Living
- Reconnect Peel Halton Acquired Brain Injury Services
- Dufferin Community Crisis Network