The SickKids mission is to inspire communities to invest in health and scientific advances to improve the life of children and their families in Canada and around the world. The foundation was established in 1972 and it is driven by the belief that improving the well-being of children is one of the most powerful ways to improve society.
The Tema Conter Memorial Trust
Tema’s mission is to help those who spend their lives in the correctional, emergency and military services. Many of these heroes witness extreme human suffering which can lead to difficulties in dealing with the aftermath. Tragic events can cause lasting memories that just won’t go away and can haunt individuals for life! Tema’s purpose is to help these men and women when they need it most.
St. Gianna Beretta Molla Centre
The St. Gianna Beretta Molla Centre provides young pregnant women in crisis with a confidential and safe environment to live in. The atmosphere within the Centre is welcoming and supportive, while the programs available focus on helping these young women learn parenting skills and advance in their education. Furthermore, the Centre offers ongoing assistance, mentoring and prayer.
King United Soccer Club
The King United Soccer Club is a not-for-profit organization established to provide children and adolescents with the opportunity to learn and play soccer. The club encourages everyone to participate and have fun playing this wonderful game. The KUSC offers house league programs, competitive programs and camps for a wide range of age groups.
King Township Baseball Association
The King Township Baseball Association’s mission is to enhance the joy of playing baseball for all its members. The KTBA is a community based league which caters to a wide range of baseball enthusiasts from young children at the age of 4 to young adults in their twenties. The Association strives to foster respect and personal growth of all members.
Garden Foods Annual Charity Golf Tournament
The mission is simple: to give back to the community. That is exactly what has been accomplished, as the Caledon Community Services has received more than $320,000 in funds within the first decade of the Garden Foods’ Annual Charity Golf Tournament. The activities range yearly, but generally include a breakfast, a full gourmet lunch, prizes, a silent auction and a raffle draw.