Compassion Society of Halton

Offering Community Support Services across Halton

Non-perishable, perishable & frozen food items | Hygiene | Self-care items | Clothing | Special seasonal programs | Social services

Serving across Burlington, Oakville, Milton, Halton Hills, Acton and Georgetown.

Contact Compassion Society of Halton

About Us

The Compassion Society is driven by a team of amazingly dedicated volunteers with the gift of time. The organization’s volunteers, two staff, and board actively solicit monetary donations, in-kind donations, and gifts that enable us to serve all the families that come to us in need.

How to help

  • Few things in life are as rewarding as knowing you have done something in a very tangible way to help someone less fortunate than yourself.
  • You can experience that feeling by becoming a Compassion Society Volunteer.
  • Our volunteers are the backbone of our charity. Duties range from sorting clothing, assisting clients with finding items, setting up, cleaning, distributing food, stocking shelves and administrative tasks.
  • We hope you’ll consider becoming one of our volunteers. You’ll be doing something REALLY worthwhile!



  • Individually Packed School-Safe Snacks
  • Granola Bars
  • Fruit Snacks (NOT APPLE SAUCE) 
  • Puddings
  • Goldfish Crackers
Food Bank Ontario

Toiletries and Personal Care:

  • All men’s and women’s hygiene products (e.g. body wash, shampoo, deodorant, Kleenex)
  • Cleaning supplies (e.g. dish soap, laundry soap)
  • Diapers - sizes 4, 5 and 6
  • Maxi and regular feminine hygiene products
  • Adult incontinence products (maximum absorbency pads for women, unisex disposable pull-up underwear)

No Furniture Donations!

Food items:

  • Baby food and formula
  • Juice boxes
  • Flour / rice / salt
  • Coffee / tea / sugar
  • Adult & kids' cereal / instant oatmeal
  • Condiments / cooking oil
  • Tuna & canned meat


  • Seasonal

    Spring, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Canada Day  and Back to School are all great reasons to celebrate our clients and give out gifts to support that!

    Click to Donate

  • Holidays

    Christmas, Thanksgiving, Easter and Halloween are all busy times as we work to ensure families have meals, gifts and fun!

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  • Personal Growth

    We give job seekers information and training to feel confident during interviews. We do a suit drive, to dress them for success and have many services booths that run every month to support our clients!

    Click to Donate

Click to see a list of all our programs


"I want to be part of a community and workforce where people feel appreciated and are treated with respect and dignity. My aim is to continue the tradition of the Compassion Society being a place where clients feel supported and the volunteers and staff love coming in to help the needier among us. Some great people at Compassion Society inspire me and I hope I live up to their high expectations."

Aliya Khawari

Burlington Charity


  • Social Services Burlington

    "We arrived in Canada we didn't know what to do. Generosity from Compassion Society went a long way..."

  • Burlington Charity

    "I didn't think people really cared about my problems. With Compassion Society they really did!"

  • Non-Perishable Food Items Burlington

    "I can't thank Compassion Society enough for helping me through a really tough time and getting me back on my feet..."

  • Food Bank Ontario

    "After the fire, we didn't know where to turn. Compassion Society was there for us with food and clothing."

Clients Only - Food Pick Up Hours Are:
  • Mondays: 12 PM - 3:30 PM
  • Wednesdays: 4 PM - 7 PM
  • Fridays: 12 PM - 3:30 PM
Donation Days & Hours:
  • Monday: 9 AM - 3:30 PM
  • Wednesday: 9 AM - 7 PM
  • Friday: 9 AM - 3:30 PM