GO! Project

The GO! Project is a summer outreach camp engaging youth with community service around Metro Halifax. St. Andrew’s has been the host site for the Halifax GO! Project since 2012. In previous years youth have volunteered at Brunswick Street Mission, Metro Turning Point,...

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Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Society

The Mi'kmaw Native Friendship Society is a non-profit, board governed organization that currently operates nine core programs. It is one of one hundred and nineteen Friendship Centre's across Canada, and opened its doors on September 17th,1973. The society was...

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Metro Non-Profit Housing

The Metro Non-Profit Housing Association is a private, charitable organization that provides permanent, secure housing and support to low income, single individuals. Their mission is to assist single adults who have been homeless or at risk of being homeless to create...

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Direction 180

Direction 180 is a community-based methadone clinic located in the North End of Halifax, Nova Scotia. This non-profit organization has been running since 2001 as a program of the Mic Mac Native Friendship Center. Direction 180 employs a low-threshold concept that can...

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