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Palmerston Community Daycare

Palmerston Community Daycare is a top quality care provider for kids aged 2.5 - 10. This non-profit organization has been in business since 1980 and dedicated to letting children express their individuality while learning social and emotional skills. They are taught to respect themselves and others while being encouraged to help with decision making. The Palmerston

Community Daycare fosters an environment where kids feel safe, relaxed, valued and loved.

“The event was a success because of the annual support of individuals and businesses such as yours.”

Marilyn Eschelbacher

Palmerston Community Daycare

Givins/Shaw Jr. Public School

Givins/Shaw Junior Public School is an inner-city school that values the environment, community, and arts-based learning activities. Over the last ten years, as the community around the small school has grown, community and parent involvement with the school has grown as well. They host regular and engaging activities for students, parents, and members of the community. Thier K - 6 facility is located in the western part of downtown in Toronto.

“You made it a huge success!”

Gavins/shaw junior public school

Porch View Dances

Porch View Dances is a community dance festival hosted in the Seaton Village/Annex area of Toronto with the hopes of bridging the gap between dance art and the public. The festival offers professional dancers and non-dancers an opportunity to show their skills by dancing in their front yards as guides take them from house to house. This event also allows participants to be a part of free dance workshops, see short dance films, and discover their community through a new light. This event is hosted by Kaeja d’Dance, a non-profit organization dedicated to the art of contemporary dance.

St. Alban’s Boys’ and Girls’ Club

The St.Alban’s Boys’ and Girls’ Club is dedicated to providing access to structured, enriching recreational and social programs for youth. This after school program was founded in 1949 and servers of 2000 members per year. They teach teens leadership, respect, and teamwork through their approach to the program as well as their community involvement.

“Your donation will go a long way towards providing children, youth and their families with the necessary programs aimed at supporting and encouraging happy, healthy lifestyles”

Cris Foster

St. Alban’s Boys’ and Girls’ Club

The Freeman Team In The Community

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