Building Blocks Co-operative Nursery School
Building Blocks is a non-for-profit co-operative nursery school offering a half day program for children aged 2-5 years old. Building Blocks has operated from facilities in the Midhurst United Church for many years.
Ageless Yoga/Seniors’ Chair Yoga
This class is helpful to older adults who want to maintain strength, flexibility and balance in their lives. Chairs are used throughout class to assist with balance and to raise the floor up for easier access to certain postures. Breath awareness is taught to help with focus and energy. Guided relaxations at the end of every practice create a sense of peace and connection to inner wisdom and guidance. Health issues of older age, such as arthritis, osteoporosis, balance issues, heart problems and general aches and pains are accommodated in every class.
The Busby Centre
Driven by a philosophy of empowerment, David Busby Centre is a community not-for-profit organization working from a non-judgmental approach to advocate for and improve conditions for individuals and families within the County of Simcoe who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness.
Elmvale and District Food Bank
Elmvale Community Food Bank provides immediate help to those who come to us for assistance. We encourage food donations to our collection bins at the Springwater Libraries, Area Churches, Whitfield’s Pharmacy and at the food bank during our regular hours of operation.
Lions Club of Midhurst
Midhurst Lion’s Club was chartered in 1991 with both men and women as members. We are part of the International Association of Lions Clubs — the largest voluntary service organization in the world. Lions are present in over 200 countries with over 45,000 clubs and 1.3 million members. Lions are worldwide.
Who are we and what do we do? Our Motto is ‘We Serve” Although we are part of a global service network, we do whatever we can to help the communities in which we live.
211 is a free, confidential, province-wide helpline that simplifies finding support and community services for Ontario residents. 211 helps people find basic needs such as food, housing and emergency financial assistance. It connects those in need with agencies who can help someone cope with health issues like cancer or elderly citizens stay in their own homes. When you dial 2-1-1, you reach a real person, 24/7, who is highly trained to listen and help. 211 offers multilingual service in 170 languages as well as TTY service at 1-888-340-1001.
Connections to government policies, planning and services within Simcoe County.
Connections to government policies, planning and services within Springwater Township.