Hospice Fredericton

Hospice Fredericton services are available to residents of New Maryland. Hospice Fredericton is a volunteer based community program providing the terminally ill and their families with comfort and support in the face of advanced illness, death and bereavement. Our volunteers are caring individuals who have made themselves available to the community. Hospice volunteers provide a number of activities to assist families including staying with a client while the family members take a break, reading to a client, light household chores, crafts. For more information or to be referred to the program call 472-8185 or visit our website

New Maryland Lions Club

The New Maryland Lions Club is a local service group committed to improving the health and wellness of fellow community members. Our local club strives to meet the needs of those less fortunate and to make our community a better place. All of the funds raised by the NM Lions Club are returned to the community in a variety of ways, such as scholarships, Christmas boxes, financial assistance, and one of our largest recipients – Portage Atlantic.

Portage Atlantic is based in New Brunswick and is a rehabilitation centre for teens and youth who have become addicted to drugs and/or alcohol.

New Maryland Lions’ most recognized event is their annual Toy & Food Drive. Held early each December, a parade of volunteers accompany Santa Claus as they wend their way through Village streets during three evenings, gathering food and toys. Through the generosity of New Maryland residents, along with our corporate sponsors and many, many volunteers, New Maryland Lions have been able to assist more than 170 families in the Greater New Maryland area each year, and contribute to local s helters and food banks, as well.

For further information regarding the Toy & Food Drive or general activities of the NM Lions Club, please contact the Club Secretary, Lion Bill O’Donnell

If you would like information regarding the NM Lions Club Scholarship program, please contact Lion Tony Spares.

1st New Maryland Scouts (Year Round)

The Mission of Scouting in Canada is to contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society.

We offer four programs for youth ages 5-17.

Beaver Scouts (5-7 years old)

Offers exciting activities for girls and boys that focuses on sharing, teamwork, arts and crafts, sports, music, storytelling and the outdoors.

The Beaver Scouts Colony meeting is held Monday evenings from 6:30 – 7:30pm at the New Maryland Centre.

Cub Scouts (8-10 years old)

Girls and boys learn about six activity areas: Home and Community, Canada and the World, The Natural World, Outdoors, Creative Expression, and Healthy Living.

The Cub Scouts meet on Monday evenings from 6:30 – 8:00pm at Sts. John & Paul church.

Scouts (11-14 years old)

Helps youth build leadership skills and self-confidence through exciting outdoor activities. Scouts encourage youth to feel good about themselves, their friends and family, and the environment.

The Scout Troop meets on Mondays from 7-9pm at Faith Baptist Church.

Venturer Scouts (14-17 years old)

Helps teens become good citizens through real life experiences with a big focus on the outdoors, community service, and the natural environment.

The Venturer Scouts Company meets on Mondays from 7-9pm at Faith Baptist Church.

If you would like more information on Scouting, contact 1st New Maryland Scouts by E-mail, or telephone at 454-0184, or go to the 1st New Maryland Scouts website.

New Maryland Guiding (Sept. - June)

New Maryland Guiding – Arbour District is part of the Girl Guides of Canada. Girl Guides is a movement for girls, led by women. It challenges girls to reach their potential and empowers them to give leadership and service as responsible citizens of the world. We welcome girls 5-17+ years and woman over 18 to be part of the following groups:

Sparks

Ages 5 and 6. Meet on Tuesday evenings from 6:00-7:00pm at Sts. John & Paul Church.

Brownies

Ages 7 and 8. Meet on Tuesday evenings from 6:15-7:45pm at Holy Trinity Anglican Church.

Guides

Ages 9 – 11. Meet on Monday evenings from 6:30-8:00pm at Faith United Baptist Church.

Pathfinders

Ages 12 – 15. Meet on Monday evenings from 7:00-8:30pm at Faith Baptist Church.

Rangers

Ages 15 – 17+ as junior leaders, cadets, or rangers. Program work may involve working with one of the above noted units.

Adults

Ages 18 + as leaders, mentors, council member, etc.

If you would like more information about joining us please contact Wanitta Daigle at 260-2303 and or if you would like more information on Girl Guides of Canada, go to www.girlguides.ca

Central Valley Adult Learning Association

The Free Financial Literacy program will utilize an existing curriculum from Practical Money Skills Canada entitled Choices and Decisions: Taking Charge of Your Financial Life. It will explore a variety of topics from the beginning of one’s financial life to planning for emergencies and retirement. At the heart of the program is the notion of informed decision making and budgeting, to ensure learners have the skills necessary to avoid any precarious financial situations in the future. For more details contact Instructor: Jason Darkis. E-mail . Phone: 1-855-446-4052. Website.

Fredericton Intercultural Centre

The Fredericton Intercultural Centre (the Centre) is the epicentre for the Greater Fredericton’s cultural community and non-profit groups. Located in the heart of Fredericton, the Centre offers flexible office, meeting and event space for cultural groups, non-profits and the businesses that support them.

To learn more about what the centre has to offer visit www.theculturalcentre.ca or drop by the centre for a tour.

Red Cross Telephone Reassurance Program

The Telephone Reassurance program of the Canadian Red Cross Society matches compassionate volunteers with socially or geographically isolated adults in New Brunswick. Volunteers phone clients to check in and provide social interaction on a regular basis, providing peace of mind for the client, family and caregivers.

Program Benefits

The Telephone Reassurance Program provides:

  • Scheduled check-in calls and social interaction
  • Connects individuals who may be geographically or socially isolated with caring volunteers
  • Individuals with greater need can receive more frequent wellness checks
  • Additional community support through our 24-hour bilingual Client Service Centre

The Canadian Red Cross in partnership with the Province of New Brunswick offers this service free of charge. It is supported by a network of screened, trained volunteers who give the gift of caring and time.

Contact us

For more information visit your local Red Cross Service Centre or:
E-mail
Phone: 1-800-588-4881
Web: www.redcross.ca/NB