The Perth Campus is proud to be part of community and international organizations that promote thew values of the campus, and refect the content of the programs. Click on the links to find out more information about these organizations and there role in the communities they represent.
Founded in 1890, the Perth and District Chamber of Commerce promotes economic development and prosperity in the Town of Perth and the surrounding district for the enrichment of the community. It acts as a local voice of commerce, facilitates business and social contact amongst members and provides value-added services to members while helping to promote economic growth and activity.
Smiths Falls is set at the heart of the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We are a unique destination, and we take pride in accommodating visitors and providing tourism services, without losing the charm of a small rural community.
The Town of Smiths Falls is in the province of Ontario in the Eastern corner of the province. We are located about 30 minutes south of the Ottawa International Airport and only 30 minutes North of Brockville, the St. Lawrence River and the 401 Highway.
The story of Habitat for Humanity begins in 1976 in Americus, Georgia, when Millard and Linda Fuller became concerned about the people in their area living in ‘poverty housing’. Internationally, Habitat for Humanity now operates in 100 countries, has built over 200,000 houses, and shelters 1 million children and adults around the globe. A new Habitat home is built every 8 minutes!
Habitat for Humanity Canada now has affiliates in every Canadian province and Territory.
The Lanark-Leeds Home Builders’ Association (LLHBA) is part of the Canadian and Ontario Home Builders’ Associations and represents the home building and renovation industry in the Lanark-Leeds region. The LLHBA was established in the fall of 1991, by a group of area builders that wanted to set National skills at a local level. The LLHBA is made up of builders, trades, suppliers and professional service members. All our members promote high quality and professionalism. Our association has over 40 strong members.
The National Trust for Canada is a national charity that inspires and leads action to save historic places, and promotes the care and wise use of our historic environment. Our sites, projects and programs enhance community and quality of life and inspire Canadians to identify, conserve, use, celebrate and value their heritage buildings, landscapes, natural areas and communities for present and future generations.
We serve a broad constituency of historians, engineers, architects, builders, homeowners, and timber frame aficionados. The Timber Framers Guild supports its members and the public through educational events, workshops, and our TFG Community Building Projects.