This section covers items of community interest including clubs, associations, charities, churches and religious groups.
Info about St John's's Clubs, Charities and Churches
Here are some featured clubs, assocaitions, and not-for-profit groups for a wide variety of causes and intersts in and around St John's
Associations are incorporated member groups, while clubs are typically not. Add your club or association here and you can then post your events, news, and volunteer opprtunities. [see our TIP SHEET]
No Borders is a charitable organization composed of students in junior high, high school, and university working together to promote universal access to educational opportunities.
Memorial University Fencing Club provides a place for members to learn to fence, improve their fencing, and to practice their fencing.
Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association
Build A Brick Club For Children 7+ being held at the Admiralty Museum on Fridays. Visit their website or the Build A Brick Club site to find ALL the details.It's a creative fun time for children who like to play with Legos.
Soaring into the skyline of historic St. John's, The Rooms combines twenty-first century technology with a striking visual reference to our past. Its unique design mirrors the "fishing rooms" where families came together to process their catch.
Here are some featured churches & places of worship for a wide range of faiths & beliefs in and around St John's
Churches and other houses of worship connect people with their Faith and their Supreme Being. Add your place of worship here and you can then post your events, news, and volunteer opprtunities. [see our TIP SHEET]
Here are some featured charities and other nor-for-profits in and around St John's
Cowan Plaza Bingo is one of the largest non-profit bingo halls in Newfoundland. We are open 7 nights a week with doors opening at 6:45 pm and bingo beginning at 8:00 pm. Our hall is non-smoking, offers a full canteen service, and plenty of parking.
We are a non-profit museum that tells the history of the railway and coastal boat service in Newfoundland.
If your community organization (association, club, charity, or church) is not already in the FoundLocally directory (try the SEARCH box at the top), and you would like to be featured (randomly), add yourself to the Free Listings!