We gratefully acknowledge the support of:
Northumberland United Way (Migrant Farm Workers Project, Cobourg)
Generation Solar is a generous supporter of the New Canadians Centre Peterborough. As a leader in solar energy solutions, this local company designs, supplies, installs, and services solar electric technologies for commercial and residential applications in South Eastern Ontario. With Ontario’s FIT (Feed in Tariff) and MicroFIT programs, more people are moving toward renewable energy and Generation Solar is part of that movement. Their support of the New Canadians Centre Peterborough reflects their positive vision for our diverse community and we thank them.
The Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Peterborough is a community of about 80 Catholic women who, through the public vows of chastity, poverty and obedience, commit themselves to live and work so that all may be one. Their spirit and mission are shared by 10 groups of lay associates throughout Ontario and Alberta. Their contribution of $4,000 towards the Migrant Farm Workers Project enables us to assist migrant farm workers in Northumberland County over the summer and to improve their access to health and social services.
Preferences is an independent research company providing evidence-based research solutions to private, not-for-profit and public sector organizations and individuals. Our research findings aid entrepreneurs in developing sustainable business plans, help companies improve their products and services, and assist governments and non-profit organizations with advancing laws and policies that are in the best interest of the public. They proudly serve Central Ontario, the GTA and the Niagara region
The Greater Peterborough Area Economic Development Corporation champions a five-clustered approach, focused on nurturing and attracting creative talent, creative industries, gastronomy, green business and healthcare and wellness in Peterborough.
Individual Donors & Fundraisers
Thank you also to our many volunteers who make the work of the NCC possible.