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About us

Who we are

The Women’s Centre is a safe place for all women to learn, grow and get support in a non-judgmental way. We were established in 1989 to support the transition of women leaving shelters and have focused on empowering women to be their best selves ever since. We believe that all women deserve to be treated with respect and compassion, and empowering women is at the root of our philosophy and mandate.

What we do

We are often the first place women come to when they are searching for a fresh start. With this core value, we provide a wide range of services and programs to empower women in their journey and increase their options, such as:

Guiding principles

We practice anti-discrimination policies on race, culture, sexual orientation, religion, and ability. Reach out to us at hello@womenscentrehalton.com to help us support you.

Our team

Meet the dynamic people that will work with you through your journey.

Kate Holmes

Executive Director
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Sukhi Dhillon

Program Manager

Simona Rosenblood

Employment Coach & Volunteer Coordinator

Amanda Galbraith

Operations Manager

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Garnel Du Preez

Court Support Advocate

Ifrah Gilani

Digital & Marketing Manager

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Hale Angus

Court Support Advocate

Our board

The Women’s Centre of Halton is a not-for-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. They play a vital role in governing the organization and ensuring community capacity building.

Julianne Trotman

Board President

Becky Andrade

Board Member

Ruby Garcha

Board Member

Jill Knowles

Board Member

Andrea Fox

Andrea Fox

Board Secretary

Stacey Sinclair

Board Member

Tiffany Stewart

Board Member

Jean Haynes

Board Treasurer

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Nikki Pinder

Board Member

Hannah Kazman

Board Member

Our funders

The Women’s Centre of Halton is a not-for-profit organization governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. They play a vital role in governing the organization and ensuring community capacity building. 

United Way Halton and Hamilton
Halton Region
Delta Bingo Gaming
Zonta Club of Oakville
OLG
Ontario Trillium Foundation
Community Foundation of Halton North
Ontario
Canadian Women's Foundation
Ontario Women's Directorate

Reports

2023 Annual Report

2022 Annual Report

2021 Annual Report

2020 Annual Report

Strategic planning

We aim to be exemplary leaders in the development and delivery of quality programs and services to benefit women. We partner with other organizations to provide a cohesive response and to increase the access of our clients.

As a nonprofit volunteer organization we are always looking for community support.

Financial donations help us continue our valuable programs and workshops.