Providing free services for assisting employers to connect with qualified job seekers in the Clarington community. Funding is available to hire and train new and existing staff through our Employment Ontario Programs, including Employment Services; Youth Job Connection and Youth Summer Programs; Employing Young Talent Incentive and the Canada Ontario Job Grant.
The Clarington East Food Bank services residents in Newcastle, Orono, Newtonville, Kendal and Kirby. Anyone living in these areas are welcome to use the food bank when providing proof of address on their first visit. Our hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11am-2pm. Food Donations are accepted at drop-off bins in No Frills and Foodland in Newcastle. Donations are accepted at the Food Bank during our regular hours.
The Bowmanville Older Adult Association (formerly the Clarington Older Adult Centre Board) is a registered charitable corporation (779 637 525 RR001). We have been actively engaged in the community for over 20 years with great success. Our membership of 1845 continues to grow and our location is 80 km east of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Since September 1998, the older adults of Clarington have been calling the BOAA their home away from home. The Bowmanville Older Adult Association, a federally incorporated not for profit organization, was launched into action by founding board of directors, staff and volunteers after many hours of preparation and hard work. With our mission “to promote the health and happiness of older adults by providing opportunities to enhance their quality of life” we hope to enrich the lives of our members and guests with exceptional older adult services.