In the News…

We’re hiring!

We are seeking an Accounting Support Clerk to work with our financial services team. Deadline for applications is March 22 at 4pm. Full details are here.

Fitness Instructors needed

RuthDubois with weights_editedOur Mills Community Support group fitness instructors share a goal:
to keep adults (55+) in our communities happy, healthy, active and connected. 
We are currently seeking additional freelance certified group fitness instructors to join our Health and Wellness team and deliver adult fitness classes in Mississippi Mills and Carleton Place. If you are passionate about older adults’ fitness, please forward your cover letter and resume to by April 15, 2018.

Spring is arriving!

– along with a new edition of our Seniors’ Newsletter


Packed full of informative articles, news about our programs, and our schedule of activities, dining events and trips – perfect to get out of your house to enjoy spring!

Here’s just a few samples of what’s in store:

  • March 27th at 6pm, enjoy an Easter-themed supper at our monthly supper social, taking place at the Almonte Legion
  • join us for a theatre evening on Friday April 6 to see Arsenic and Old Lace at the Ron Maslin Theatre
  • take in the spectacular displays at the Ottawa Orchid Show on Saturday, April 21

IS COMMUNITY YOUR PASSION? – Mills Community Support seeks volunteer Board Directors


Linda McGreevy – Director

Meet Linda – a long-time volunteer Board Director with Mills Community Support. If you’re like Linda – with a passion for community and expertise to share – consider joining her on our Board as a Board Director….. 

Mills Community Support’s passionate, motivated and dedicated Board Directors help us create welcoming communities for seniors, adults with complex needs, young families, and individuals living in Lanark County.
They help us define and fulfill our vision, mission and values through their broad range of skills and experience in Board governance, finance, fundraising, stewardship, community development, and more. If you’d like to be part of helping us create welcoming communities now and in the future, and have the skills, experience and commitment to assist us, we’d love to hear from you by March 15. Read the full position description.

Have you got your grippers?

The new Get a Grip program  aims to get a pair of anti-slip and easy-to-use ice grippers onto the boots of every senior in Lanark County – for free. Ice grippers are available to pick up here at our office.

How does Get a Grip work?

Mills Community Support and its partners have funded the program through an ingenious pay-it-forward model. Those who can afford it buy a pair of their own for a modest $25, and a portion of this funds the gift of a free pair to someone who can’t afford it. Donations to the program are also gratefully accepted.

For more details on the Get a Grip, read the media release ….