YFC Altona is a drop-in-centre designed for local youth ages 12-18, which has served Altona and the surrounding community for over 23 years.
(204) 324 5659
Since 1960, the Altona Elks have served our community as committed volunteers.
The Elks of Canada was founded in 1912 and incorporated under a special Dominion of Canada Charter. The Elks of Canada have grown to over 260 lodges with more than 10,000 members. We continue to be the largest all Canadian fraternal organization in the country. Membership is open to anyone sixteen years old and up. Altona Elks Lodge #447 was instituted in The Elks of Canada in 1960 and is located in the Millennium Exhibition Centre in Altona, Manitoba.
P.O Box 1017, Altona, Manitoba R0G 0B0
Phone: (204) 304-1339
The Altona and Area Family Resource Centre is committed to enhancing the well-being of children and families. Their vision is thriving children, empowered families, and strong communities – today, tomorrow, and always. They provide high quality programming and events for families in Altona and area, free and open to everyone. Come meet new people and form new relationships in an environment that is comfortable and friendly.
238 5th Ave NE, Altona
The Community Exchange in Altona serves as a hub to connect people to a network of community events and services to support living and thriving in Altona and the surrounding area. Learn more on their website.
Altona Community Action Network began 5 years ago with a conversation around a fire. They are citizens invested in the town of Altona and the surrounding area, concerned about our communities sustainability, and ability to deal with climate change. Over the years they have been involved in small and large projects alike including: establishing year round curbside composting in Altona, managing the community garden, earth day events, compost give-away, community consultation, and much more. They meet regularly as a larger group, while having smaller action groups meet to tackle projects in our community.
Legend Car Club members participate in many of the car shows in the province, in the U.S., and in Northern Ontario. We have a very high level of quality vehicles, as a number of the group work in this automotive and restoration industry. We usually place well, and have the reputation of being one of the most active clubs in the province. With our membership now at over 100, we hope to grow and continue to find ways to enjoy our vehicles with others. We accept members from anywhere, so why don’t you join us? We’d love to have you.
Legend's Car Club hosts annual charity events, such as the "Drive for Cancer" and "Airport Drags", along with an annual car show during the Manitoba Sunflower Festival.
Build A Village is a volunteer based non-for-profit organization with approximately fifteen (15) years of experience in helping newcomers adapt to life in Canada. The volunteers provide assistance in the following areas: Transportation, Health, Education, Shopping, Home maintenance, Tech support and Finances.
The club is an organization that is primarily involved in providing a building and facilities for social and recreational purposes. There is a $10.00 annual membership fee.
Box 636, 39 – 1st Street NW, Altona, Manitoba R0G 0B0
Phone: (204) 324-8221
The Altona & District Heritage Research Centre Inc. (Altona Archive) was formed in 1999 as a non-profit Corporation in order to preserve and make available for research materials relating to the story of the communities, organizations and people of southern Manitoba.
Box 2453, Altona, Manitoba R0G 0B0
Regional Connections is a one-stop-shop that provides services, resources, and referrals for newcomers living in south central Manitoba. We provide settlement services, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes and literacy classes for adults, employment services for unemployed or underemployed newcomers and Canadians, as well as community integration events and a volunteer program that help connect newcomers to their new communities.
CARE (Community Assistance Resources for Elderly) provides group meals, home and yard maintenance, and transportation to appointments for seniors living in the community. Home care services, which offer prepared meals and personal care, allows older town residents to continue to enjoy their independence.