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Centre 3 for Artistic and Social Practice (C 3)

Centre3 for artistic and social practice is a not-for-profit, charitable artist-run centre that connect, educates, and collaborates with people on local, regional, national and international levels. We are a place for artists to create, produce and exhibit art work; a platform for artists to engage and empower students through art education; a space for artist to collaborate with our community in a creative experience. Integrating art, education and community. Centre3 helps establish a progressive identity for our community, while enriching quality of life through art and culture.

As a not-for-profit centre we’ve established programming to help bring arts education and community arts to the greater Hamilton area.  Thanks to donor support our programming is always expanding to meet the needs of the region.  We welcome you to get involved!  Become a member, take a workshop, visit our gallery, or support our fundraising programs.

Canadian Mental Health Association Hamilton (CMHA Hamilton)

Each year the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) provides direct service to more than 100,000 Canadians through the combined efforts of more than 10,000 volunteers and staff in locally run organizations in all provinces and territories, and branches in more than 135 communities. The CMHA is dedicated to the promotion of the mental health of all people, and ensuring the provision of the best possible services for people with mental health problems. Visit www.cmha.ca.

Hamilton Public Library (HPL)

The Hamilton Public Library, through its energetic board and staff, offers many convenient locations and hours, providing our citizens the "Freedom to Discover".

 Note: If we want to have their logo - will need one intended for a white background. 

YWCA Hamilton

As it has throughout our history, YWCA Hamilton offers a continuum of critical programs and services that make the community better for women, girls, and their families. In our 130th year, YWCA Hamilton works to end violence in all of its forms, providing housing solutions, employment and training opportunities, and advocacy work aimed at promoting women’s leadership.

YWCA Hamilton offers a breadth of services aimed at improving the health and wellness of women, girls and families in our community. Many of our health and wellness programs are designed to support women who face financial barriers and/or are from newcomer communities. We offer specialized programs for women who have experienced breast cancer, supportive programs for women who are at risk of postpartum depression, and our fitness instructors bring their expertise to classes across the city.

Current advocacy efforts include the Women of Distinction Awards, which highlights trailblazing women leaders in our community; Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, which is dedicated to ending violence against women; and YWCA Canada’s Day on the Hill, in which YWCA members from across the country gather in Ottawa to advocate for investments in women’s economic security.