Our Supporters: Partners, Sponsors and Funders

Throughout our 30+ years, PAD has been fortunate to have had opportunities for collaboration and support from a variety of organizations, foundations, corporations, and a multitude of private citizens. This support has allowed us to build a strong service system and develop initiatives which are current, innovative and responsive to the needs of our consumers.

  • Celebrating over 25 years of support from the Masonic Foundation of Ontario!

Masonic Foundation

The Masonic Foundation of Ontario has supported PAD’s peer education programs since 1988, making our peer education program the longest standing youth-to-youth substance misuse prevention program in Canada!



  • The LCBO has supported PAD’s development of youth-focused resources

We are grateful to the LCBO in providing support for the development and production of two key resources: Test Your Alcohol IQ for older teens [also available in French], and the Parent Action Pack print resource and website: www.parentactionpack.ca [also available in French]. As well, we have been pleased to be accepted as a recipient charity in the LCBO donation box program, which has provided valuable funds for the development of our alcohol education materials.

  • The Bellwood Foundation had supported PAD’s resource production.

BellwoodThe Bellwood Foundation had provided support for three editions of PAD’s Parent and Community Handbook, worked closely with us on the development of our Building Resilient Youth brochure and supported the development of the Parent Action Pack.

  • Collaboration and Support

Every PAD project and initiative involves collaboration with many diverse agencies, organizations and stakeholders and funds from government bodies, foundations, businesses and individual donors. With their support and involvement, we are able to provide a wide range of evidence-based, evaluated programs and materials.

We would like to gratefully acknowledge our Partners, Funders and Sponsors:

  • Altruvest Charitable Services
  • Business Systems
  • CAMH Health Promotion Resource Centre
  • Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation—Ontario Region
  • Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH)
  • Chatham Kent Police
  • Chatham Kent Public Health
  • Destiny Community Outreach Program
  • Drug Prevention Community Investment Program
  • Endeavour Volunteer Consulting for Non–Profit
  • Griffin Centre
  • Health Nexus
  • Health Promotion Resource Centre, CAMH
  • Intact Community Matching Gifts Program
  • LCBO
  • Masonic Foundation of Ontario
  • Native Child and Family Services of Toronto
  • Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition
  • Ophea
  • Peterborough Drug Strategy
  • Racing Against Drugs Durham
  • Region of Waterloo Public Health
  • Toronto District School Board
  • Toronto Drug Strategy Prevention Working Group
  • Toronto Public Health (TPH)
  • Trinity Theatre
  • UBS Securities Canada Inc.
  • Wellington Guelph Drug Strategy
  • YMCA of Greater Toronto
  • Youthlink
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