Project Harvest

Partnerships and Friends

Project Harvest is enriched by partnerships with like-minded organizations and friends who share our common goal of empowering rural subsistence communities. With gratitude, we pay tribute to the commitment and dedication of all the volunteers who have worked with us over the years. We greatly appreciate the many individual donors (too numerous to list) who have been the mainstay in providing the resources which allow Project Harvest to do its work. Equally important have been many institutions which have provided tremendous support over the years, from our initial launch through our growth and evolution. They are:

Amicus Foundation, Toronto, Ontario

Battlefield Press 

Congregation of Notre Dame, Montreal, Quebec

CWL, Holy Rosary Church, Guelph, Ontario

CWL, Holy Rosary Church, Milton, Ontario

CWL, St. Paul the Apostle, Burlington, Ontario

CWL, St. Martin, Smithville, Ontario

CWL, St. Bernard, Waterford, Ontario

Guelph Wellington Coalition for Social Justice, Guelph Ontario

Jericho House, Port Colborne, Ontario

Knights of Columbus, Canadian Martyrs, Simcoe, Ontario

Knights of Columbus, Port Dover, Ontario

Mennonite Central Committee 

Niagara Warehouse of Hope  

Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association 

OPIRG McMaster 

R.C.E.C., St Joseph Church, Grimsby Ontario

Project Harvest McMaster 

Retired Teachers of Ontario (RTO)

Rotary Club of Burlington North, Burlington, Ontario

Rotary Club of Norfolk Sunrise Fund, Simcoe Ontario

School Sisters of Notre Dame, Watertown, Ontario

Sisters of St Joseph, Toronto, Ontario

UFCW – United Food and Commercial Workers Humanitarian Fund, Toronto, Ontario 

Unifor Social Justice Fund (formerly CAW), Toronto, Ontario

United Steelworkers Union Humanity Fund, Toronto, Ontario

Ursuline Sisters of Chatham, Ontario 

William Dam Seeds