While partnering with a local organization like The Mission will impact the community, getting involved in charity initiatives can also help businesses solve their talent crisis.
The Ottawa Mission
The opening night gala for the OAG's Give to Get Art Auction painted a very rosy picture of our city's arts and cultural scene as hundreds of art lovers and collectors turned out.
The Mechanical Contractors Association of Ottawa helps The Ottawa Mission give the gift of education
Seeing the impact of the pandemic on businesses in the capital and the city’s most vulnerable, it only took one call to The Ottawa Mission for a new decade-long partnership to flourish.
The Ottawa Mission is our city’s oldest and largest emergency shelter. Since 1906, we have been at the forefront of caring for people who are homeless and in need.
Over the past four years, fundraiser has grown from a small grassroots gathering to a well-attended gala.
Organizers hope to raise $300,000 to help hungry and homeless as sponsors match up to $95,000 in donations at event with headliners that include Blue Rodeo.
New initiative encourages first-time donors to support BGC Ottawa, Cornerstone Housing for Women, The Ottawa Mission, Multifaith Housing Initiative.
Purchases of goods and services from Ottawa small businesses to help community's most vulnerable.
Campaigns to benefit Shepherds of Good Hope, Ottawa Mission, Food Bank, Boys and Girls Club — and local business owners
Former Rideau Bakery site to rise up once more – this time as Ottawa Mission training facility for job seekers
Ottawa Mission's signature Blue Door fundraising gala to go virtual on Nov. 7 with Downchild Blues Band, Dan Aykroyd, Colin James and others