31
May
2017

Trudy gives back to NOAH and The Working Centre

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NOAH and Working CentreNOAH: National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation

Trudy met Scott & Cindy (pictured) when she moved to Waterloo Region in 2000 and became their neighbour. Both Scott & Cindy have albinism and Trudy has been supporting the NOAH organization through their annual bowl-a-thon for many years.

The NOAH organization provides accurate and authoritative information on living with albinism. They provide a safe and supportive space where people living with albinism and their families can find acceptance and fellowship.

Our 75th Anniversary Give Back campaign presented a wonderful opportunity for Trudy to go above and beyond her personal contribution and further show her support to her neighbours turned friends. Continue reading

18
May
2017

Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) with Jeff

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RAK from JeffOur team member Jeff had been contemplating for some time about where he wanted to focus his contribution for our 75th Anniversary (RAK) Random Acts of Kindness campaign. Jeff’s brainstorming eventually led him to a very basic but very essential necessity in life, “we all need food to eat” he said.

Jeff chose a local grocery store to find a community member who could use help with their weekly grocery purchase. Upon arriving he was faced with his next challenge of who to approach with his donation dollars. How do you choose?! A challenge indeed.

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12
April
2017

Art Gives Back: Hope Spring Cancer Support Centre

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Art and his MumOne of the many campaigns we are running for our 75th year in business is for each of our team members to choose where our company should donate $500 in Waterloo Region. Art’s community donation will be to Hope Spring Cancer Support Centre in Kitchener.

Art says, “I wanted to use my funds to support an organization that is dear to my heart. In this order, my Grandmother, my Aunt, my Brother, myself and my Mom have all had personal battles with Cancer. My Mom is in the photo above, just before she passed. Of the five, two of us are still here to talk about it and grateful to organizations like Hope Spring for the great work that they do!” Continue reading