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Since 1999, Precious Minds has been supporting children, youth, and adults with developmental challenges in North Durham. We offer programs designed to engage, inspire, and develop skills for life. We provide individualized levels of support to ensure that each participant has the best experience possible. Our programs explore a variety of educational, physical, recreational, and creative activities in a positive and safe environment. We provide support for the entire family including educational resources, respite, and family events. Our mission is to always provide CARE, SUPPORT & HOPE to individuals with developmental challenges in North Durham.

Precious Minds relies on the generosity of individuals, organizations, businesses, and foundations in our community and beyond to raise funds to deliver our much needed programs and services. We strive to provide programming at a cost our families can afford. We would never want finances to be a barrier to families accessing our programs and services.

CanadaHelps - Make it Monthly Campaign!

Throughout March, create a new monthly gift of $20 or more in support of our charity through CanadaHelps, and CanadaHelps will make a one-time extra $20 donation to our charity!

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2023 Spring Newsletter

Registration is now open for 2023 Spring Programming!

Click on the link below to see our fall newsletter and registration process.

2023 Summer Camp

Celebrating our 20th Anniversary!

Register Today! Spaces are filling up quickly! 

Health Statement: In an effort to keep our Precious Minds Community safe, participants, staff and volunteers are asked to not attend programming if they are unwell (e.g. cold or flu symptoms, possible contagious skin irritations e.g. impetigo, poison ivy). Precious Minds will follow current COVID-19 protocols as outlined by the Province of Ontario and Durham Public Health. Please reach out to our Program Coordinators, Elizabeth Runnalls or Rachel Geddes or our Executive Director, Chas Harding with any questions. At this time masks are optional and up to the individual family, staff and volunteer. 

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