East Mississauga Community Health Centre (CHC) is a satellite of the Lakeshore Area Multi-service Project (LAMP), a community-based health centre, primarily funded by the Ministry of Health and Long-term Care.  LAMP provides medical and social services and advocacy for clients and works as a client advocate; the priority population are isolated seniors, refugee claimants, LGBTQ+ adults and youth, women facing domestic violence, indigenous community and clients with mental health issues. 
Clients face financial hardships and are unable to afford basic necessities such as, food insecurity, shelter, winter clothing, medication and transportation. Pre-Covid-19, LAMP was raising funds through special events and donations to cover the incidental costs to their clients that is not covered by their government funders.  Due to the inability to raise these funds at this time, LAMP has requested a donation to Assist homeless clients, provide transportation fee to attend mental health counselling, provide food voucher for clients facing food insecurity due to loss of employment,  paying for medication while waiting for benefits, to purchase clothing for job interviews.