The Downtown Guelph Business Association is made up of over 450 businesses in the city's downtown core. These businesses represent our city's thriving retail, hospitality, service and professional sectors. The DGBA takes a leadership role in creating a vibrant and user-friendly environment downtown. This is achieved through research, consultation, promotions and advocacy.
The DGBA attracts visitors and tourists to our city's core through seasonal promotions and events. We stay tuned in with our membership through our monthly Downtown Update, polls and surveys, and regular networking meetings.
We are located at Suite #202, 42 Wyndham Street North, Guelph, ON N1H 4E6
Our office hours are:
Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday - 9:00am - 4:00pm
Abbeyfield Guelph FUND
40 Baker Street • 519-993-1209
Friends of the Unemployed, Needy and Dispossessed
Abbeyfield Houses Society of Guelph is the incorporated charity which sponsors Fresh Start Housing Centre, Our Place Youth Centre and the Baker Street Art Gallery. This sponsorship is conducted through an operating component known as Abbeyfield Guelph FUND .
Abbeyfield Houses Society of Guelph purchased, upgraded and renovated the property at 40 Baker Street to provide a home for Freshstart and Our Place Youth Centre and the Baker Street Art Gallery – and as well now provides a home to other separately incorporated charitable organizations such as Ed Video, Chalmers Community Service Centre, Room For Us (Wellington) and Matrix Affordable Homes. As commercial tenants these latter organizations provide a sustainable economic base which in turn permits Abbeyfield Guelph FUND to act as an incubator for programs such as Fresh Start, Our Place Youth Centre, Our Shelter Network, and the Baker Street Art Gallery.
*Housing Centre Mon-Fri 10 am-4 pm * program hours vary› Downtown PROFILE