|AboutFace is a national charity dedicated to empowering people with facial differences and their families, as well as building awareness about their abilities and challenges. AboutFace and CML work together to offer Camp Trailblazers to allow children with facial differences to challenge themselves, learn from their successes and failures, and create a network of friends they can trust and turn to for support.|
|Little People of Ontario (LPO) is a provincial charitable organization that provides lifelong fellowship, support and information to people of short stature, their families and friends. Since 1965, LPO has been raising awareness and educating the general public about dwarfism, demonstrating that little people are unique, capable and incredible in every way.|
|Seasons Centre for Grieving Children provides peer support groups for children (ages 5 - 24) and their caregivers who are grieving the death of a parent or sibling. Seasons Centre also provides programs for parents grieving the death of their child under 24 years of age as well as educational conferences, workshops and placement opportunities for college and university students.|
|Tourette Canada is a registered charitable organization dedicated to improving the lives of Canadians affected by Tourette syndrome and associated conditions. The organization is national in scope and volunteer based. Through its national network of committed affiliates, Tourette Canada provides a range of services to those living with Tourette syndrome and their families.|
Down Syndrome Association of Ontario is a charitable, non-profit organization composed of local Down syndrome associations from across Ontario. The Association coordinates provincewide efforts to raise awareness, educate and encourage the inclusion of people with Down syndrome and their families across Ontario. Made up of parents, community professionals, educators and self-advocates the association's goal is to support individuals with Down syndrome as they go about leading productive and fulfilling lives.