Can you volunteer
to help your neighbours during Covid-19?

Can you deliver food from the Food Bank to residents?

Your community association hope you reply yes! 


OttawaCares cares for Cardinal Glen, Castle Heights, Lindenlea, New Edinburgh, Manor Park, Overbrook, Rockcliffe Park and Vanier. 

Together, we are organizing community- and Ward-wide responses to support the most vulnerable in our communities. Through this website – OttawaCares.ca – we have created an online destination especially for our communities.

Ottawa Cares is here to support friends and neighbours impacted by the spread of COVID-19. 


Food Bank Delivery Drivers   

Now delivering from Vanier, Rideau Rockcliffe Community Resource Centre, Parkdale Food Centre and Dalhousie Food Banks!

Volunteer drivers require:

  • A smart phone with cellular data

  • A personal vehicle

  • Driver's license

  • Car insurance 

  • Comfortable lifting boxes up to 20 pounds.

If you can help, please register through the link below and we will be in touch with further instructions. 


Helping from Home


Lots that you can do!

  • Call your neighbours, friends and family.  Your friendly voice can make all the difference to someone’s day.

  • Donate to the Ottawa Food Bank.  The need for food in our community is growing weekly.

  • Explore this website for useful resources. This website is full of information and resources especially for our community.

  • Print and post.  Print copies of these posters (Help is Available  or Volunteers Needed).  While on a walk, tape it to lampposts. Place it in the rear window of your car. Share it on social media. Email it to your friends and family.

  • Help someone who needs help.  Guide anyone who needs food or social services to 2-1-1 (phone call), the Food Bank (food delivery) or OttawaCares.ca (community-based resources).​​​