There are several clubs, groups and organizations that service the Town of Prescott offerings services for an array of needs.
If you would like your club, group or organization added to this list, please contact the Manager of Community Services at email@example.com
Mission: “Through collaboration, we provide mental health services for children, youth and families that they experience as accessible, timely, effective, inclusive and empowering”
Vision: “Children, youth and families that are empowered, resilient and mentally healthy.”
Mission: “To assist, support and refer young people in need. To advocate for youth in partnership with our communities.
Connect Youth was initiated as a result of a community focus group that involved youth, following the suicide of one of their peers in June 2001. Our goals are to Connect Youth with the appropriate services and programs, from a social development perspective, and to develop programs necessary in partnership with community agencies. These services and programs seek to help youth adjust through difficult periods in their lives, to enable them to reach their full potential and be productive adults in their communities.”
“Our philosophy is to support job seekers who want to increase their potential. Whether they are members of the public looking to improve their business and computer skills, people looking for jobs, career direction, or starting their own business, workers who have been injured, or persons with disabilities looking for fulfilling work – our mission is to help people stay on track and positive through their journey. Our knowledgeable, friendly staff offer information, tools, and moral support to prepare you for the next step in your professional life.”
“Food For All Food Bank (South Grenville Food Bank) opened its doors in 2002 with a vision and dream to help individuals and families in need. We currently serve three Townships: Augusta, Prescott and Edwardsburgh/Cardinal. South Grenville Food Bank relies mainly on volunteers, donors, grants and the community for operation.”
Vision: “To eliminate hunger in South Grenville.”
Phone #: 613-345-3295
About us: “Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold, through direct service and advocacy. In partnership with schools and at Girls Inc. Centers, we focus on the development of the whole girl. She learns to value herself, take risks, and discover and develop her inherent strengths. The combination of long-lasting mentoring relationships, a pro-girl environment, and research-based programming equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers, and grow up healthy, educated, and independent. Informed by girls and their families, we also advocate for legislation and policies to increase opportunities and rights for all girls.”
Mission Statement: “The mission of the Greater Fort Town Area Charity is to support Youth Driven Initiatives that provide Active Living and Outdoor Appreciation.”
Purpose: To address and prevent problems faced by youth by offering a fitness and cross-age mentoring program in Prescott, ON.”
Phone #: 613-925-0489
MISSION STATEMENT OF THE SOCIETY
- To encourage and develop the study of the history of Grenville County
- To collect, preserve, exhibit, and publish material pertaining to Grenville County
- To acquire artifacts, documents, narratives, and the records of pioneers relating to Grenville County
- To encourage the preservation of historical buildings, monuments, and markers in Grenville County
Location: Prescott - Amity Lodge 80 Masonic Complex; 2900 County Road 18 N, Prescott
Phone: (613) 349-0776
Kinsmen, Kinette, and Kin clubs across the country work to better their communities, enhance the well-being of Canadians and improve the environment. The Association was founded in 1920 and has a history dedicated to fostering lifelong friendships while ‘Serving the Community’s Greatest Need.’
Over 5,000 members belong to over 400 Kinsmen, Kinette, and Kin clubs across Canada.
Mission Statement: Volunteer members impacting Canadian communities through service, leadership, fellowship, and personal development.
Phone #: 613-925-4975
“An Ontario Early Years Centre is a place for children up to the age of six and their parents and caregivers to take part in programs and activities together. Parents and caregivers can also get information about their children's development and about services to support that development.”
“The esteemed hockey showcase proudly carried the name of Prescott native, and NHL legend Leo Boivin. We run a very unique bracket style format here at the Leo Boivin Showcase that ensures every game means something! No more meaningless round robin games between a 3-0 team and a 0-3 team. If you win your first fame you move to the Leo Boivin side of the tournament and if you lose you end up on the Dr. Peters sided of the tournament. Each side is an 8 team bracket complete with two finals. It’s high drama at the Leo Boivin Showcase which is great for the fans and teams alike.”
Phone: 613 925 4885
Location: 2900 COUNTY RD. 18 (North of 401) Prescott, Ontario
Phone #: 613-498-4844 then press 0
Making Play Possible removes the economic obstacles that could prevent a child from accessing much needed physical, social, and creative opportunities.
Working with government, businesses, communities, families, and volunteers we ensure that the children and youth of Leeds- Grenville have access to recreational and athletic activities.
Together we give 350 children a year an opportunity to play team sports, dance, learn new skills, take life-saving swimming classes, learn music and other forms of self-expression.
The Prescott and District Soccer Association has developed the following:
- We believe the primary focus of a successful soccer program will be the individual player and their families
- We believe a primary focus of soccer coaches and teams will be the development of children as people first and soccer second.
- We believe individual player development will be the programs primary focus and team success a secondary but important goal.
- We believe the Prescott and District Soccer Association offers a youth program supporting the players, parents and coaches.
Location: 234 Victor Rd, Prescott, Ontario K0E 1T0
Mission: To empower Lions clubs, volunteers, and partners to improve health and well-being, strengthen communities, and support those in need through humanitarian services and grants that impact lives globally, and encourage peace and international understanding.
Phone #: 613-925-3145
The Mission of the Prescott Curling Club is to promote recreational and competitive curling to people of all ages while fostering good sportsmanship, friendship, and curling skills. Curling… a game for all ages!
Phone #: 613-925-5370
We offer an exciting golf experience matched with friendly service in our full-service clubhouse. Our fully irrigated well maintained course offers 18 holes of excellent conditions from tee to green. Facing the beautiful St. Lawrence River on Hwy 401, the course is centrally located between Cornwall and Kingston and just 40 minutes South of Ottawa. The scenic view of the clubhouse takes in the tee box of Hole #1 and the fairway and green of the 18th Hole which makes the venue the perfect spot to relax after a great round of golf, or hold banquets, whether they be tournament dining, corporate functions, wedding receptions, birthday parties, or anniversary celebrations.
The Prescott Tennis Club is a not-for-profit organization run by tennis club members and volunteers in cooperation with the Town of Prescott, Ontario. We have 3 flood-lit courts located in a beautiful park setting along the shores of the St. Lawrence River and a wonderful Clubhouse for our members to use.
Membership is open to all ages and skill levels and new members are always welcome.
About: Prescott Dock - Prescott, Ontario
Access: Shore dive.
Location: Situated on the St. Lawrence Seaway in downtown Prescott (just east of Brockville).
To date the Chamber has over 150 members from the Town of Prescott, the Township of Augusta and Township of Edwardsburg/Cardinal. Although being part of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, it is locally that the Chamber is most effective. For well over a century its Directors and members have been influential in directing the area's growth, economic development, tourism and quality of life for the community. Through our growing membership and involvement in projects and events in the community the Chamber of Commerce is committed to promoting it's members and their businesses and services, striving to make our community a better place to live, work and play.
Established in 1991, the South Grenville Guild of Fine Art currently has 20 members who pursue their interests in painting (oils, watercolour, acrylics, pastels, collage and mixed media); photography; wood burning, and calligraphy. Its mission is three-fold:
(a) To foster the appreciation and development of visual art in South Grenville, emphasizing original and proprietary works of high quality.
(b) To provide a medium for members to exchange views, ideas and interests, to develop their skills and techniques further, and to socialize.
(c) To jointly plan and undertake various kinds of events to provide a forum for, and to encourage the creation, exhibition and sale of art works by Guild members.
Youth for Christ Canada is a chartered member of Youth for Christ International, an international, non-denominational Christian ministry who, for over 75 years, has passionately engaged young people to live their full life potential as designed by God.
Our Mission is to inspire learning and to develop the intellectual, creative, spiritual and physical potential of every child. We seek to shape each child into caring, accepting, and respectful young people who will become responsible, global citizens and the leaders of tomorrow.
The TR Leger School of Adult, Alternative and Continuing Education was established in 1978 by the former Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry (S.D. & G.) Public Board of Education. The school is named after the former Director of the S. D. & G. Public Board, Rosaire Leger, who advocated both locally and provincially for the creation of the school. Today, the school boasts some 20 learning sites spread out across Eastern Ontario. We are proud to say that we graduate just over 300 people each academic year! This represents the largest number of graduates of any school in Eastern Ontario!
Wellington ES is a dual-track school that serves Prescott and the local surrounding area. We are very pleased as a dual-track school to be able to offer both Regular French programming (40 minutes per day), and French Immersion (half the day) to all of our students, from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 6. We believe in partnerships with our local community, providing our students with a variety of learning opportunities. We believe in supporting all of our students in creating a successful life, and we believe that all students can learn.
290 Dibble Street West (at George)
Phone: (613) 925-2795
160 Dibble Street West
Prescott, ON K0E 1T0
Pastor: Father Brent Brennan