Lisa Hansard posted: “A huge thank you to you and all the fantastic people who donate to Jaida’s Challenge. Your very generous support of $6000 has helped us get our son Devon into a wheel chair accessible van. It has been a tremendous life changer for our family and has given Devon a major
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$1,500 We are so thankful to the Masons of Spry Lodge and the organizer of the poker tournament, Kevin Capson, for supporting Jaida’s Challenge through the tournament proceeds!!
Local businessman and philanthropist Marv Chantler generously donated $5000 to Jaida’s Challenge in aid of our Wheelchair Van Conversion Campaign. We are so grateful for both the support and the recognition of our work with children with special needs from such a community minded individual. Thanks so much Marv!!
On June 10th, 2017, the Three Stooges Golf Tournament hosted by Dr. Jim Mackle, Roger Martin and Gary Witiuk raised $18,000 for the Jaida’s Challenge Wheelchair Van Conversion Campaign! We are so grateful to these community minded individuals, the generous players, our hole sponsors and the local businesses that donated the prizes for our raffle
We were blessed to connect with Scott Crosby, partner of Holland Crosby Ltd., who generously donated all of the beautiful signage for the Three Stooges Charity Golf Tournament. It was such a pleasure to work with Scott and his wonderful staff! Thanks so much for beautifying the day!! Holland and Crosby went even further to
Thanks to our introduction by Steve Guglietti of Pro Con Building Supplies to the membership of a Canadian Based Buying Group, TORBSA, we received a generous donation of $3,000 from the organization. Thanks TORBSA members!!
Pro Con Building Supplies Kicked of Wheelchair Van Conversion Campaign with $5000 Donation! We would like to take this opportunity to give our heartfelt thanks to Steve Guglietti of Pro Con Building Supplies for recognizing the value of the work that we do for kids with special needs in our community. His generous donation got
Devon is one of the children in our community in need of a wheelchair van conversion! A note from Devon’s Mom: Its been 4 years since Devon has owned his first wheelchair. During this time we’ve purchased a van but haven’t yet had the funds to convert it to being wheelchair accessible. Although we have purchased a
This year’s recipient of the Jaida Cumberland Memorial Grant is Candice Fairbrother. Candice is currently enrolled in the Developmental Services Worker Program at Georgian College in Barrie. The love that Candice has for supporting people with special needs is incredibly evident!! It was such a pleasure to meet her. Our community is lucky to have
Emily is 15 and a half years old and has a rare genetic disorder called complex hereditary spastic paraplegia. This affects how Emily’s brain sends messages through her nerves resulting in her having very limited function and feeling to her limbs. Emily has used a power wheelchair since she was 4 years old. The wheelchair