Tis the season to give back! We're proudly continuing our annual tradition of spreading holiday cheer, with our "December of Giving." Get involved in the festivities this holiday season and spread kindness.
For the 2019 December of Giving initiatives, we've selected charities throughout Ontario that we believe make a difference. If you are interested in participating, we'd really appreciate it! Get involved this holiday season by spreading kindness to those who need it most.
The Salvation Army is collecting perishable and non-perishable food items this Holiday Season. They provide food for hundreds of families and individuals in Fort Erie each month for those who are experiencing financial difficulties. If you’re interested in donating please visit their website for a list of items needed most. To get involved, visit www.salvationarmyforterie.org.
Boys and Girls Clubs provide quality programs and transformative experiences that are affordable, accessible and reliable for children, youth and families. Our Mission is to provide safe, supportive places where people can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships, and develop confidence and skills for life. Watch their national PSA here.
LIFE*SPIN’s Christmas Adopt A Family Program helps relieve poverty for low-income families with children over the Christmas season and match them with those wishing to help. This is a critical program as it supports children whose parents are unable to provide the most basic needs of shelter and food. To get involved, visit www.lifespin.org.
The Mississauga Food Bank provides food for over 242,000 meals each month through a network of more than 41 agencies. Thousands of individuals and families rely on their services every day and their mission is to build a Mississauga where no one goes hungry. Donate here www.themississaugafoodbank.org
Niagara Children’s Centre is a non-profit organization that enables children and youth with physical, developmental and communicative delays or disabilities to achieve their full potential within their home, school and community environments through therapeutic support. If you’d like to make a donation, visit www.niagarachildrenscentre.com
Brain Injury Community Re-entry (BICR) provides rehabilitation and support to individuals, families, and caregivers who are living with the effects of an acquired brain injury. This organization helps with regaining independence, educating and workplace training and counselling service. Visit www.bicr.org
Foyer Richelieu Welland is the only bilingual long term care home in Southern Ontario and the facility is dedicated to ensuring their residents are able to communicate with other residents, caregivers, medical staff and volunteers. If you’re interested in donating, visit www.foyerrichelieuwelland.com
On December 18, we’re hosting an Ugly Holiday Sweater Contest for our employees! We’ll be donating on behalf of every employee who participates. Community Crew is an amazing organization made up of volunteers who make lunches for children in need. Learn more about Community Crew or donate here: www.communitycrew.ca Remember to Like our Facebook Page & Vote for the ugliest sweater!