I chose The Simcoe Muskoka Regional Cancer Centre at RVH as my chosen charity. The Centre was a great help when my mom and dad were both diagnosed with Cancer in 2017. Though my dad didn’t make it to treatment, my mom was treated there for 2 years before her passing in 2019. To [...]
I personally have owned dogs all my life and have brought home any animal that I found on the streets. I have owned a gecko, several hamsters and nursed a baby rabbit until he/she could go out of their own. What you do for kids! I choose the Ontario SPCA & Humane Society as [...]
Why Community Living West Nipissing was my chosen charity They provide service, support, and advocate for members of their community that have many challenges including developmental disabilities. They ensure their clients are treated with respect and dignity. Their philosophy is one of inclusion not exclusion. They provide their clients with support and education needed [...]
The reason I chose CAMH is they are doing phenomenal work in a an area that still bears stigma from society. 1 in 2 Canadians will experience, or know a close family member who will experience, mental health issues before the age of 40. CAMH is putting resources at people’s disposal (counselling, education, community [...]
I chose to donate to Our Children, Our Future’s Infant Food Cupboard program. This program provides emergency assistance to families with infants under the age of 30 months who need infant formula, milk or diapers within the Districts of Sudbury/Manitoulin. I decided to donate to the Infant Food Cupboard because their usual fund raising [...]
Stephanie worked with CMHA on a temporary basis in 2018. While there she was disappointed to learn that the lack of resources were causing CMHA to cut back on marketing communications to help people know of the wonderful services they offer. She decided to help! She believes mental health is important, particularly during this [...]
Tim was grateful for the care his grandfather received for 6 weeks, making his final days more comfortable. the staff at Hospice Georgian Triangle / Campbell House were very friendly and made for a nicer atmosphere than a hospital. They do not receive government funding and therefore require donations to keep the doors open.