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  1. Animal ProtectionProvided by: PEI Humane Society - AKA: PEIHS; Prince Edward Island Humane Society; Humane Society
    Officers respond to public complaints or concerns related to animal well-being. Includes: Animal welfare checks Respond to stray or injured animals Seize abused or dangerous animals Respond to complaints of unlicensed dogs in select coverage areas By...
  2. Animal SurrenderProvided by: PEI Humane Society - AKA: PEIHS; Prince Edward Island Humane Society; Humane Society
    People no longer able to care for their dogs, cats or small companion animals can surrender them to the custody of the shelter.COVID-19 UPDATE: In person by appointment only: Monday-Friday 1pm-4pm * Phones are open Monday-Saturday 9:30am-4:30pm
  3. Baby BoutiqueProvided by: Island Pregnancy Care and Support Services - AKA: Island Pregnancy Centre
    Provides various secondhand items for women, children, and babies. Includes: Maternity and women's clothing Clothing for children aged newborn to 12 years Footwear Winter clothing Diapers and wipes Formula Baby equipment such as car seats, bathtu...
  4. Baby BoutiqueProvided by: Island Pregnancy Care and Support Services - AKA: Island Pregnancy Centre
    Provides various secondhand items for women, children, and babies. Includes: Maternity and women's clothing Clothing for children aged newborn to 12 years Footwear Winter clothing Diapers and wipes Formula Baby equipment such as car seats, bathtu...
  5. Students in need receive groceries or grocery store gift cards when available. Items available depend on what has been donated.COVID-19: May be fewer food options available but basic, canned goods will be available
  6. Supports for seniors with dogs includes: Assistance with exercising dogs Deliver/pick up supplies from grocery or pet store Help with animal hygiene Transportation to and from vet and groomer Temporary care during hospitalizationCOVID-19 UPDATE: Operating as u...
  7. A drop-in for people to socialize and participate in activities. Offers a free hot meal, computer access, craft activities, life skills activities, and mentoring.COVID-19 UPDATE: Offering a free meal to take out on Fridays. Served to women at 12pm and men at 1...
  8. Provides 1-2 weeks worth of food to those in need. People can access the food bank once a month.COVID-19 UPDATE: No building access * Food is left outside for pick-up * Pick up available at Crapaud location and at the Borden-Carleton Rink parking lot * Seniors...