Help make Freedom Centre a reality.
A place for healing and hope for our community and Canadian Veterans.
TRUTH AND HOPE
“It was for freedom that Christ has set us free.” Galatians 5:1
Our vision is to provide 10 units to Veterans as short-term supportive housing. All units will be wheelchair accessible. Our veterans will have the opportunity to take part in on-site and off-site programming supported through Veterans Affairs. We are two blocks from the core of Preston on a quiet residential street.
Our vision is to provide Ward 3 of Cambridge, its first ever community centre where people can gather to create a sense of belonging and hope. By focusing on the strengths within our catchment area, we aim to discover the skills of residents as part of the activities of the centre and draw on the power of the local social networks, our current resources and the stories of shared lives. We will create a space for all to feel welcomed and accepted with the encouragement to live to their full potential.
Citizens for Cambridge is a volunteer based organization dedicated to harnessing the passion, ingenuity and commitment of Cambridge citizens to support the development of a better community for all
Freedom Centre partnered with Top Markets of Preston to feed five families (18 people) for Thanksgiving and gifted them with a week’s worth of food items. THANK-YOU TOP MARKETS
We hold pop-up sales and, in turn, donate to local charities anything we are unable to sell. This is an ongoing venture for more information go to Facebook or Twitter to hear about our next sale!
Veterans House helps provide funding and or development tools through partnerships to established NFP's or organizations who want to connect with Veterans House Charity and its partners to provide programs or services for Veterans' Mental Health and/or First Responders.
ENCORE offers quality preloved/new children's garments & toys right in the heart of Galt, Cambridge. From curated outfits to irresistible objects, who knows what treasures awaits.
Keep updated on how we are helping our community
Freedom Centre Gets Affirmation from Public Consultation
Read the article in the Cambridge Times.