About

serving Niagara

Our Story

Community Crew was first launched in 2008 as Live Different.  It’s focus was to inspire the residents of Niagara to make a difference in their region through community service. As a result, hundreds of volunteers are now serving in non-profit organizations here and around the world.

In 2013, we took a formal step to pursue charitable status and tackle poverty’s effect in Niagara. Today, with the help of Community Partners, we offer proactive and reactive programs that make a difference in the lives of hundreds of kids in Niagara and across Canada.

Here's a sample of we've been able to do

Our Results since 2013

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why we exist

Our People

Community Crew is possible as a result of

Volunteers: a team of over 150 volunteers from all walks of life who want to make a difference in the lives of kids.

Partners: We partner with great organizations like Niagara Regional Housing, CGCH, The RAFT, DSBN, FACS, Schools of Hope,

Sponsors: Without our partners, nothing we do would be possible.  We truly love the great companies and individuals that make it all possible

Poverty in Niagara

We work to make a difference in our community.

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Live below the poverty line
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rely on government assistance
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use foodbanks
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families are waiting for low income housing
what's new

Latest News

Bonspiel a Success

Community Crew hosted its 1st annual bonspiel on Saturday November 25th. The event raised over $17,400 in support of our Lunch Angels programs which provides healthy lunches and hope to children in Niagara. A huge thank you to our event sponsors, St. Catharines Curling Centre, Meridian Credit Union, Pen Financial, NatureKast Weatherproof Cabinetry.  
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We Won An Award

Community Crew was pleased to receive the Director’s Recognition for Extraordinary Contributions an award from the District School Board of Niagara for work completed by our Lunch crew.  Here are the minutes as presented by the DSBN in the January 12, Directors Report to Trustees. Director’s Recognition for Extraordinary Contributions – The Lunch Angels, Volunteers, Edith Cavell...
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Red Frogs Goes To South Africa

The past two weeks our team went to Durban (Umhlanga), to join Red Frogs South Africa during Rage2015. Rage is a massive music festival where thousands of graduated high school students gather in one location to party as they celebrate their move from High School to University. This has proven to be a very difficult,...
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Bull Roberts inspires kids

We celebrate our Lunch Program that continues to make a difference in the lives of kids each and every week.  This past week we had the honour of holding our first kids assembly to connect and inspire over 200 elementary kids. Michael (Bull) Roberts was our guest speaker.  He connected with kids as he shared...
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