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Charities Supported

February 24, 2020 Charities Announced

If you choose to donate online, please don't forget to send us an email and let us know
which charity you donated to so that we may update your donation record.
And also, note that your with 100WWCO on your electronic donation.
 
You may also send or deliver your cheque (made out to one of the three charities) to
Shelly Lairar: c/o Echelon Wealth Partners, 360 Albert Street, Suite 800, Ottawa, Ontario K1R 7X7.
Thank you for your kindness. 
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BEING studio opened its doors in 2002 under the name H’Art of Ottawa. The studio supports artists with developmental disabilities who are working in visual art and creative writing.

At BEING, artists have access to the space, the tools, and the representation to create and commercialize their visual art and creative writing. Each artist is encouraged and supported in achieving their unique creative and professional goals, whether to become more prolific, profitable, or simply to find focus for their creative practice.

BEING artists contribute to the cultural life of the city through a regular program of exhibitions as well as collaborations with guest artists.

BEING STUDIO

Main Street Community Services is a registered charity that valiantly attempts to address a critical need by developing and implementing comprehensive, research-based programs for individuals who are challenged by a disability or an exceptionality.

 

MSCS proudly operates 11 residential homes in Ottawa West, including in Kanata, Stittsville, Carp, and Richmond. Both full-time care and respite services are provided within these homes. MSCS also offers a Social Learning Day Program, Adult Day Program, Developmental Day Program, and an After School Program, Summer Camp, and a March Break Camp in Kanata, and Youth Groups in the Ottawa area.

 

The team at Main Street Community Services remains dedicated to broadening horizons, developing talents, promoting self-esteem and teaching essential life-preparation skills by extending a hand of hope to individuals and their families.

MAIN STREET

Community Services

 

The Preemies4Preemies team is raising money to support the incredible work of The Ottawa Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The team is inspired by the personal experiences of team members who have themselves been touched by the trauma of premature birth. The team knows first hand the remarkable dedication, compassion, skills, and love of the NICU team.

Funds raised by the Preemies4Preemies team is used by the NICU team to enhance patient and parental care and comfort in ways that aren’t otherwise funded through our healthcare system.

You are invited to read our whole story - https://ohfoundation.ca/be-inspired/from-tragedy-to-triumph/

PREEMIES 4 PREEMIES

$214,000 Raised for 69 Charities

YEAR 1

  • Ottawa-Carleton Lifeskills,

  • Empathy House

  • Shepherds of Good Hope

  • Ottawa Children's Treatment Centre

  • Interval House

  • Ottawa Salus

  • Minwaashin Lodge

  • ChristieLake Kids

  • FirstPlace Options

  • Community Laundry Co-operative

  • Pathway Foundations

  • Eastern Ottawa Resource Centre

YEAR 4

  • Ottawa Foyer Partage

  • The Shannon Reynolds Memorial Endowment Fund (GCTC)

  • Dave Smith Youth Treatment Centre

  • iSisters

  • Upstream Ottawa

  • Ottawa Humane Society

  • Ottawa Rotary Home

  • Interval House

  • CNIB's Beyond the Classroom

  • The Ottawa Food Bank

  • Little Angels Blood Cancer Fund

  • Orkidstra

YEAR 2

  • Bruce House

  • Perley and Rideau Veterans' Health Centre Foundation

  • Helping with Furniture

  • The Great Canadian Theatre Company

  • Larch Ottawa

  • Ten Oaks Project

  • Camp Quality

  • Olde Forge Community Resource Centre

  • Ottawa Riverkeeper

  • Ancoura

  • Dress for Success

  • Parrot Partner

YEAR 5

  • Young Voices Can!

  • The Ottawa Hospital Foundation's - Spinal Cord & Brain Regeneration Research Chair

  • The Caldwell Family Foundation

  • Daybreak Housing

  • Heartwood House

  • Youth Services Bureau

  • The Outcare Foundation

  • Ronald McDonald House

  • Youville Centre

  • Bereaved Families of Ontario

  • Children at Risk, Ottawa

  • Social Network for Youth

YEAR 3

  • Hospice Care Ottawa

  • Royal Ottawa Hospital Volunteer Association

  • NECTAR

  • Camp Misquah

  • Aphasia Centre of Ottawa

  • Youth Services Bureau

  • Operation Come Home

  • Options Bytown

  • PAL Ottawa

  • Harvest House

  • Cornerstone Housing for Women

  • TROtt - Therapeutic Riding Association of       Ottawa-Carleton

YEAR 6

  • Breast Cancer Action

  • The Ottawa Hospital Foundation: Partners Investing in Parkinson Research

  • Ottawa Network for Education: Ottawa School Breakfast Program

  • Autism Ontario - Ottawa Chapter

  • Serenity Renewal for Families

  • Friendship Circle of Ottawa

  • Kids Upfront Ottawa Foundation

  • Options Bytown

  • St. Joe's Women's Centre