Madison Community Services is pleased to acknowledge the following funders and donors. We thank these government ministries and agencies, corporations and individuals alike. It is through their kind and generous support that we serve our clients so effectively.
At the same time, we are always open to other donors, corporate sponsors and government funders who feel a social responsibility to the greater community, who wish to have their commitment be known by sponsoring one of our programs. We are actively seeking such individuals and organizations to Adopt-a-Program, in much the same way some of our donors already have. Or, you might work with us to create a new program that fulfills a need our clients do not currently experience. For it is only through these sorts of government-private sector-public sector collaborations that Madison Community Services may fully realize its mission, to promote the independence, health, recovery and community integration of people with mental health and/or addictions challenges.
Toronto Central Local Health Initiative Network (TC LHIN)
Funding for Madison’s Case Management program has been provided by the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN).
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)
Madison receives funding from CIC for our newcomer RISE program
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC)
Madison receives funding from MOHLTC for the Rent Geared to Income (RGI) and for the Rent Supplement programs for Madison’s supportive housing.
Madison Community Services would like to thank the CIBC Employee Volunteer Program for their generous support.
Equitable Bank has been a committed and generous supporter of Madison in numerous ways for many years. Equitable has provided resources and staff for housing renovations, created a Bursary fund to support our clients in pursuing formal education or life skills training and provided generous funding to our Art Expression Program.
Goldman Hine LLP
Madison Community Services would like to thank Goldman Hime LLP for their generous donation.
MEC Canada employees are proud to support the mental health programs of Madison Community Services.
Madison Community Services would like to thank SciCan for its generous donation.
Madison Community Services would like to thank United Way for its generous support.
Madison Community Services would like to thank the RBC Foundation for its generous support for our programs.
Madison Community Services would like to thank the ECHO Foundation for its donation of $100k destined to support our hiring of additional Arabic and Farsi speaking case managers for our RISE program..
Bell Let’s Talk
Madison Community Services would like to thank the Bell Let’s Talk Fund for its $20k grant, enabeling us to increase our capacity to serve Syrian refugees by hiring additional Arab speaking case managers.
Madison Community Services would like to thank Xaxis Canada for its interest to support Madison and our work.
Madison Community Services would like to thank Esri Canada for its interest to support Madison and our work.