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Community Care Peterborough is Always Striving to Build Abundance For Our Clients

 We provide programs and services that support residents throughout the City and County of Peterborough and keep them healthy and safe in their own homes.  Our services are individualized to meet your needs and you don’t need a referral to access most of our services. All calls are confidential and our staff is happy to answer questions about our programs without obligation.  For more information about our services, call the Community Care Peterborough office nearest you or use the Request Service button below:


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 We need your help to sustain and meet future needs

Community Care programs impact over 6,000 seniors and adults with disabilities and each one of them has a story.  Some were born in, or near the same communities they currently reside. Others have travelled from faraway places in order to build their future. They have witnessed some incredible innovations and momentous changes during their lifetimes which has no doubt impacted their experiences in different ways.  

Despite their different backgrounds, experiences and these changes, they have one thing in common. They want to stay out of hospitals and long-term care facilities, preferring to remain in the homes and communities that they love for as long as possible. 

Like our clients, we at Community Care often reflect on our past, and we do this so that we can build a strong future, if you have not yet donated this year, we hope that you will renew your support to ensure that we sustain and grow in order to meet the future needs of seniors and adults with disabilities in our region.


You can make a donation offline too:
You can donate by credit card, direct deposit or by Interac e-transfers, call Pamela at 705-742-7067 for more details.
If you prefer to mail a cheque, our address is below:
Community Care, 185 Hunter Street East, Peterborough, Ontario, K9H 0H1 or stop into your local Community Care office.



Hear Darci as she explains many of our key programs.






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 Gary Dalliday Memorial Caring For Our Communities Golf Tournament

Join us on Monday, August 12, 2024 for the 3rd annual Gary Dalliday Memorial Caring for Our Communities Golf Tournament at the Peterborough Golf and Country Club. 

This tournament includes: 18 holes of golf with a cart, a BBQ lunch, dinner, and prizes.

Everyone Can Leave A Legacy

You don’t need to be a doctor, a nurse or even a paramedic to be a member of the Circle of Care for our clients.


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Just one sentence in your Will can help us meet the future care needs of our clients, allowing them to remain at home, in their own communities and out of hospitals and long-term care facilities for as long as possible.
Any gift, big or small, can truly make a difference in sustaining our programs in the City and County of Peterborough. 

Meet Peter Darling and Andy Stevenson, the founding members of our new Circle of Care – Everyone can leave a legacy initiative.
 Photo (L-R) Andy Stevenson and Peter Darling next to the new Circle of Care recognition boards in Peterborough
 What inspired them?


Want more information about your planned giving options?
Email Danielle Belair today or call her at 705-775-3083 extension 210.

 Looking to Stay Active?

Our wide variety of fitness classes may be just the right challenge for you.

Our instructors offer both in-person and online classes (via Zoom) for a range of abilities, from gentle yoga and chair classes right up to advanced cardio classes with weights. Classes are offered free to residents of Peterborough County who are +55 years old. 

A participant, Lynn, who recently tried an advanced exercise class with us shared:

“I thought the classes would be too easy, but this is exactly the kind of class I have been looking for throughout the Kawarthas. Thank you so much for running this class!”

To view our health and wellness schedules, and for more info, please click here. Some classes require pre-registration.

 Do You Have a Few Hours to Spare? Why Not Become A Volunteer Driver?

We need volunteer drivers who are willing to transport our clients to medical appointments or social and recreational activities within the City and County of Peterborough and to destinations in the nearby towns and cities.

Become A Volunteer Driver


call 705-742-7067

 Want Additional Information About Our Services? 

For more information about our services, you can call the Community Care Peterborough office nearest you or use the Request Service button below:

Request Service