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WE’VE BEEN CALEDON’S
COMMUNITY BUILDER
SINCE 1971

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Caledon Community Services (CCS) is building a better Caledon together with you and making real and meaningful contributions to the quality of health, jobs and life for residents of every age across Caledon.

TOGETHER WE’RE MAKING
CALEDON A BETTER COMMUNITY

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VISION, MISSION and VALUES

The community’s needs have been our focus since 1971. Our vision, mission and values apply to all we do in every CCS program and operation. They guide our conduct with our clients, customers, staff, volunteers and all of our stakeholders.

Our vision is the beacon for our long-term destination. It provides us with a road map for our work and our community.

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VISION

A Healthy, Engaged Compassionate Community for all.

MISSION

To help people help themselves by working creatively and responding to community needs.

VALUES

Leadership – We commit to continuous improvement.
Integrity – We act responsibly, honestly and ethically in all we do.
Responsiveness – We anticipate and act on emerging community needs.
Inclusiveness – We celebrate and respect the diversity of our community by promoting equitable access to services and opportunities.
Innovation – We will not shy away from adopting untried ideas and methods to address complex community needs.
Partnership – We collaborate to advance shared and individual interests.

The Board of Directors | Strategy & Governance Heroes

Our Board of Directors is a diverse, skilled and dynamic group of community-minded individuals. Their leadership and contributions are vital to our agency’s success.

Commitment to our Mission, Vision and Values attracts dedicated people from a variety of sectors who want to strengthen the Caledon community.

The Board’s Nominating Committee accepts expressions of interest from people with skills and experience in finance, law, human resources, marketing and communications, health services, governance and many other fields. Put your skills to work for the Caledon community.

Now that we’ve captured your interest, apply here to become a CCS Board member. Click here to Get Involved!

Leadership

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SERVICE MODEL

CCS operates within a matrix model with all programs and operations working closely with one another. A caring community starts here at CCS. We strive to provide wrap-around care for every age group with a broad range of services that make a positive difference in people’s lives. We’re lifting people out of poverty and improving the lives of individuals, families and businesses every day.

In our matrix model, our Senior Management Team is tasked with the responsibility of allocating the right kinds and amounts of resources across programs/services. This group of leaders work closely with our middle management team and front line staff to provide responsive and effective day to day services. Together we get the job done!

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FINANCIALS | IMPACT REPORTS

Download our Audited Financial Statements and Annual Impact Report(s) right here to learn more about our work in Caledon.

2019 2020 Audit
2019 2020 AGM Report

THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE HELPED DURING 2019-2020 TOGETHER WITH YOU!

Thank You Caledon

MILESTONES IN THE HISTORY OF CCS - APPROACHING 50 YEARS OF COMMUNITY BUILDING

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2020's

2020

First National Coldest Night of the Year walk is held in support of homeless, hungry and hurting.

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2010's

2018

Osprey Valley launches the annual Mackenzie Open; CCS selected as one of three charities to receive funding.

2018

Velocity Bike Ride in support of seniors is launched.

2017

Transitions employment training program is launched.

2017

The MTO Transportation Program (pilot) is extended an additional year.

2017

Chez Thrift relocated and is rebranded as Evolve Clothing. The ReUstore is rebranded as Evolve Lifestyle.

2017

The Seniors Health & Wellness Program expands to the Caledon Community Complex.

2016

3-year CARF Accreditation awarded. First Accredited NFP in Caledon.

2016

Successful relaunch of the Home for the Holidays Gala with a first-time three-year presenting sponsor.

2016

L.I.F.E. for Youth celebrates its 10th cycle graduation.

2016

The Seniors Health & Wellness Program expands to a seniors building in Snelgrove.

2016

The Youth Job Connection program is launched.

2015

Perfect Pairing becomes Night on the Town and continues its support of specialized transportation in Caledon.

2015

Pilot transportation program for non-seniors and adults is launched.

2014

Annual Wish Upon a Star is launched and supports Santa Fund.

2013

The Community Assisted Living Program (CALP) is expanded to Caledon East.

2013

CCS’ Food Support program is moved to The Exchange.

2013

The Exchange opens as a Community Hub and extends its resources to other organizations and the public.

2013

The Caledon Specialist Clinic opens.

2011

A new Community Assisted Living Program (CALP) is launched in Bolton.

2010

The Passenger Assistant Program is launched.

2010

Bike Night is launched to support youth through Kidz in Caledon.

2010

The Small Business Enterprise Centre (SBEC) opens within CCS.

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2000's

2009

The Transitional Care Centre (TCC) is established.

2008

Perfect Pairing fundraiser launched in support of specialized transportation services.

2008

CCS partners with Town of Caledon on Club Caledon program to promote recreation and wellness to low-income families.

2008

Kidz to Kamp renamed Kidz in Caledon; campaign scope is broadened

2008

Husky launches corporate matching challenge in support of Santa Fund.

2008

The Seniors Helping Seniors program is launched.

2008

The Eh Café (English Helps) is launched.

2008

L.I.F.E. for Youth is launched.

2007

CCS launches a LINC Program for newcomers.

2007

Region of Peel agrees to provide a new accessible bus every two years for ten years.

2006

Chez Thrift relocates to 301 Queen Street South, Bolton.

2005

Caledon Community Services is officially registered.

2003

First annual Garden Foods Golf Tournament is held.

2002

First Kidz to Kamp initiative is launched.

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1990's

1998

The agency begins to operate as Caledon Community Services.

1998

The first annual Home for the Holidays Gala is held.

1998

Opportunity Centre expands, renamed Jobs Caledon.

1998

The ReUstore opens at the Bolton Community Recycling Centre

1996

The agency moves to the Royal Courtyards in Bolton.

1994

In-home respite program for caregivers is launched.

1992

Opportunity Centre launches supporting social assistance recipients to secure employment.

1992

First wheelchair–accessible van is purchased.

1991

Chez Thrift relocates to 55 Healey Road.

1991

Name changed to Caledon Information & Community Services (CICS).

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1980's

1989

The Med-Wheels Program is launched.

1987

Through CIC sponsorship, The Caledon Parent-Child Centre is launched.

1986

First Executive Director is hired.

1984

Through CIC sponsorship, Meals on Wheels is launched.

1983

Bolton Contact Centre officially becomes the Caledon Information Centre (CIC).

1982

First annual Santa Fund is launched.

1982

Chez Thrift opens its doors in the basement of the Bolton Barber Shop.

1981

Agency receives government funding and hires first paid staff member.

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1970's

1978

Bolton Contact Centre is incorporated.

1971

Agency founded as the Bolton Contact Centre, providing a crisis line and some informal supports.

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