Community Services

Give Where you Live!

Local charitable service organizations offer a wide range of programs to the citizens of Trent Hills. Their focus is on providing efficient, responsive and innovative community-based programming to promote healthy and safe neighbourhoods and to meet our communities' diverse demographics.

We invite you to discover and connect with the people and organizations who understand local community service issues and are transforming our community for the better.

Smart & Caring Community Funds

Smart & Caring Community Funds provide those with the means and the opportunity to help their friends and neighbours, and their community, for generations to come. Interest generated from invested funds will be used to support your hometown in the form of grants. 

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Hastings Smart & Caring Community Fund

Warkworth Smart & Caring Community Fund

The Beehive Daycare & Community Centre

We are licensed for 56 children between the ages of 14 months to 12 years old by the Ministry of Education, Child Care & Early Years Act, 2014. It is our belief that every family has the right to high quality childcare in a positive and stimulating environment. Read More>>

Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation

Our sole focus is community! We build community assets by engaging donors who want to invest in our community. We invest in innovative projects and initiatives that enrich our community. We participate actively in community partnerships, lead by example and foster community leadership. Read more>>

Community Living Campbellford/Brighton

In 1960, Mrs. Mary Cook believed that people with intellectual disabiliities should have access to services and supports in their own community. Since then we have continued to experience tremendous change and growth and we now provide service and support to approximately 140 individuals and their families throughout Northumberland County. Read more>>

Fare Share Campbellford & District Food Bank

Our Mission is to provide food for people in need, through the operation of a community based food bank, to deliver these services with a volunteer staff and to enable clients to retain their self-respect. Read more>>

Friends of the Campbellford-Seymour Carnegie Public Library

We were formed by a group of interested community members to help raise awareness of the purpose of the Library within our community and to raise  funds for the Library Expansion. When the Expansion Project was completed, we continued to raise funds for the needs of our Library not covered in the Library Budget. Read more>>

Municipality of Trent Hills

Registered municipalities are qualified donees and can issue official donation receipts for income tax purposes under CRA guidelines. Trent Hills offers the best of both worlds; we are a quaint small town with big city expectations. And it's because of these expectations that Trent Hills has grown into the prosperous, diverse and rich cultural area we enjoy today. Read more>>

Rotary Club of Campbellford

We support various organizations in the community with proceeds from fundraising events and we oversee projects that benefit local and global organizations and causes. Read more>>

The Bridge Hospice

Our hospice offers a warm home-like atmosphere where family and friends can spend the last days of a loved one’s life supported by an interdisciplinary team of staff, volunteers and medical professionals trained in end-of-life care. Read more>>

The Royal Canadian Legion (Ont. No. 103) Branch

We are a fraternal organization whose purposes and objects include: providing support to veterans, ex-service members and their families; perpetuating the tradition of Remembrance; and, participating in programs designed to improved Canadians' general quality of life. Read more>>

The Canadian Flying Machine Museum

We started purchasing, collecting, restoring and flying vintage warbird aircraft in 1990. We have facilities in both Campbellford and at the Peterborough Airport, which is our base for flying. We have both flying and static aircraft ranging from WWI to the current F5A jets still used today by our airforce. Read more>>