The Greater Moncton SPCA, whose mission is to promote animal care and prevent animal cruelty through sheltering, placement and education, is the largest animal shelter east of Montreal and takes in up to 7,000 animals every year. Please consider supporting us through a financial donation, a donation of items from our wishlist, or opening your heart and your home to a needy pet! 




Hospice Greater Moncton is a registered charity established in 2004 seeking to promote end of life issues and provide support services to those with a life limiting illness and their family. Community Palliative Care –trained volunteer visitors can significantly improve the quality of life for individuals.  They pass screening and confidentiality requirements and receive detailed training to national standards of care.  They are supportive, open and non-judgmental listeners.—they provide companionship, offer a compassionate listening ear and share in meaningful activities. Family caregivers may need time to attend to personal matters. The Hospice volunteer plays a vital role in providing care to  patients in their own homes when caregivers require time away. Bereavement Care—Our coping with grief groups provide a safe, supportive and healing environment for adults living with grief to explore their felling of loss.
Compassionate care, celebrating life –even when there is no cure!


As Canada’s leading child and youth mentoring charity, Big Brothers Big Sisters facilitates life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential, both as individuals and citizens.We commit to Greater Moncton's young people that we will be leaders in providing them with the highest quality, volunteer based mentoring programs. Our vision is, Every Child in Our Community Who Needs a Mentor, Has a Mentor.







United Way works to improve communities in Southeastern New Brunswick (Kent, Westmorland and Albert counties). It creates long-term, sustainable change; moving people from poverty to possibility, creating strong communities, and ensuring that kids be all that kids can be. Working for over 60 years in southeastern New Brunswick, United Way partners with over 28 community organizations and funds over 30 programs and initiatives to make this change possible.






The Alzheimer Society of New Brunswick is a not-for-profit health organization whose mission is to alleviate the personal and social consequences of Alzheimer and related diseases, through information, education and support, and to promote public awareness and the search for a cause and cure for the disease. The Alzheimer Society of New Brunswick is committed to providing educational and support services to people affected by Alzheimer and related diseases, families, health-care providers and the general public. Some of the programs and services we offer include information and referral services, individual support, support groups, educational workshops, a wandering registry and a resource library. For more information, please choose a topic from the left side panel. For more details on becoming a volunteers, making a donation or seeking support for you or someone you know affected by Alzheimer’s or dementia visit or email [email protected]



 The Children's Wish Foundation in Moncton is a uniquely Canadian charity that helps Canadian children, families  and communities by granting the favourite wish of a child diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. With every wish  granted, we create moments of joy that ease the pain of a child, give respite to the child's family, and connect  healthcare professionals and communities in that burning wish of hope. The Children’s Wish Foundation has been  granting wishes since 1984. As Children’s Wish celebrate the 30-year milestone, they’ve granted the 20,000th  wish  to a child living with a life-threatening illness. Every wish is as unique as the child making it, from finally getting to  cuddle with grandparents who live far away to hitting a puck with a favourite hockey player. In the often painful life of a seriously ill child, these wishes have made a tremendous difference. For more information on how to get involved in your community please go to





Approximately every minute of every day, someone in Canada needs blood. In fact, according to a recent poll, 52 per cent of Canadians say they, or a family member, have needed blood or blood products for surgery or for medical treatment. Across Canada, corporations, associations, schools and community groups support the blood program by participating in and organizing blood challenges. Organizations of all sizes and types are welcome! For information on becoming a Partner for Life, donating, volunteering and Moncton Clinic hours visit