Major Gift News

Barrett Family Foundation

Gift:

$25,000,000

Recipient:

World Vision Canada

City:

Mississauga

Province:

Ontario

To expand a program that improves the lives of vulnerable youth in Latin America through education. This gift is the largest private donation to World Vision, and one of the largest ever philanthropic gifts to an international NGO in Canada.

JAN 2020

TD Bank

Gift:

$20,000,000

Recipient:

CAMH

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To fund research, contribute to care programs, and help overcome prejudices about mental illness and addiction. This gift commemorated on CAMH’s own ground, with the renaming of a re-landscaped green space on the site to TD Commons. TD Commons

JAN 2020

The Slaight Family Foundation

Gift:

$15,000,000

Recipient:

Various hospital foundations and health charities

City:

Various

Province:

Various

The Slaights committed $15 million towards 13 Toronto-area hospitals and four national health organizations as part of its ongoing Slaight Family Foundation Seniors Initiative to support aging populations, and a range of programs from in-home medical assistance to LGBTQI2S services. Recipients include Baycrest; CAMH; Michael Garron Hospital; North York General Hospital; Scarborough Health Network; Sinai Health System; Sunnybrook; Unity Health Toornto; University Health Network; Dotsa Bitove Wellness Academy; Toronto Rehab’s Geriatric Community Integration Hub; Princess Margaret; Women’s College Hospital; Alzheimer Society of Canada; Canadian Red Cross; Egale; and Ryerson University.

JAN 2020

Angel Gabriel Foundation

Gift:

$11,000,000

Recipient:

University of Guelph

City:

Guelph

Province:

Ontario

This gift will support the Ontario Veterinary College in many ways, including the creation the Kim and Stu Lang Community Healthcare Partnership Program. It will expand initiatives such as OVC’s community outreach and spay-neuter programs that provide veterinary services for shelters and underserviced and remote communities. Kim and Stu Lang Community Healthcare Partnership Program A lifelong champion of animal welfare, Kim Lang has served on the OVC Pet Trust advisory board since 2009 and currently co-chairs its marketing committee. This is the largest single gift received by the University’s Ontario Veterinary College (OVC)

JAN 2020

Alex Trebek

Gift:

$10,000,000

Recipient:

University of Ottawa

City:

Ottawa

Province:

Ontario

To expand the global reach and impact of the Alex Trebek Forum for Dialogue, to support the Alex Trebek Leadership Award, and to support his Distinguished Lecture Series. Trebek made an initial gift of $1.2 million during Homecoming Weekend; a month later, he increased the commitment to $10 million.

JAN 2020

Estate of Tom and Mary Beck

Gift:

$10,000,000

Recipient:

Toronto Symphony Orchestra

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To expand the chamber music program, offering more relaxed concerts for people on the neurodiverse or autism spectrum, and toward musician-led programs. Over their lifetime, the Becks had donated more than $20-million to the TSO. Their daughter, Cathy Beck became the TSO’s board chair in 2016. This is the largest single donation in TSO’s history.

JAN 2020

Joannah and Brian Lawson

Gift:

$10,000,000

Recipient:

University of Toronto

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To support an initiative integrating sustainability across Trinity College, from an innovative new building to research and classroom opportunities, to the creation of food. This is the single donation in Trinity College’s 168-year history.

JAN 2020

Janice and Earle O’Born

Gift:

$10,000,000

Recipient:

National Arts Centre

City:

Ottawa

Province:

Ontario

To support the centre’s artistic programming. Janice is the chair of the NAC Foundation Board of Directors

JAN 2020

Inter Pipeline

Gift:

$10,000,000

Recipient:

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

City:

Edmonton

Province:

Alberta

To fund a ten year research initiative known as Plastics Research in Action (“PRIA”), which will focus on reusing and recycling plastic in Canada.

JAN 2020

Mirella & Lino Saputo Foundation, and Amelia & Lino Saputo Jr. Foundation

Gift:

$10,000,000

Recipient:

Concordia University

City:

Montreal

Province:

Quebec

To support the new SHIFT Centre for Social Transformation, which will allow stakeholders, from students to community groups, to work together to find solutions to current societal problems, including environmental degradation, political polarization and wealth inequality.

JAN 2020

Marcelle and Jean Coutu Foundation

Gift:

$10,000,000

Recipient:

The CHU Sainte-Justine Foundation, the Douglas Mental Health University Institute Foundation, the Fondation les petits trésors and The Neuro (Montreal Neurological Institute-Hospital)

City:

Montreal

Province:

Quebec

To support autism research through the Transforming Autism Care Consortium.

JAN 2020

Bill and Lynne Gray

Gift:

$7,500,000

Recipient:

St. Joseph’s Health Care London

City:

London

Province:

Ontario

To help open a new clinical research area at St. Joseph’s Parkwood Institute, which focuses on rehabilitative care. The Gray Centre for Mobility and Activity This is the largest gift ever received by the organization and one of the largest gifts to health care ever made in the community.

JAN 2020

Daniels Corp

Gift:

$6,000,000

Recipient:

Habitat for Humanity

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

This is an in-kind donation of 10 homes in Toronto to Habitat for Humanity. The approximate value of these homes totals around $6,000,000.

JAN 2020

Asper Foundation

Gift:

$5,000,000

Recipient:

University of Manitoba

City:

Winnipeg

Province:

Manitoba

To provide up to 200 undergraduate students in financial need with $1,000 entrance bursaries. The Asper Foundation Entrance Bursary The Asper family’s history of giving to University of Manitoba spans 39 years and collectively amounts to over $22 million.

JAN 2020

Bank of Montreal

Gift:

$5,000,000

Recipient:

University of Toronto

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To launch a program integrating Artificial Intelligence and Humanities. BMO Lab for Creative Research in the Arts, Performance, Emerging Technologies and AI

JAN 2020

Estate of Jim Spring

Gift:

$5,000,000

Recipient:

Pickering College

City:

Newmarket

Province:

Ontario

In 2002 Jim Spring established the Spring Family Scholarship, at that time one of the largest donations in Pickering College history.

JAN 2020

Joan and Martin Goldfarb

Gift:

$5,000,000

Recipient:

York University

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To build a new art gallery at the Keele Campus. The Joan and Martin Goldfarb Art Gallery of York University

JAN 2020

Ophelia Lazaridis

Gift:

$5,000,000

Recipient:

Stratford Festival

City:

Stratford

Province:

Ontario

Ophelia Lazaridis has pledged to match every new or second donation toward the Spirit of the Tent fundraising campaign for the new Tom Patterson Theatre up to a total of $5 million. Ophelia Lazaridis is the co-chair of the Stratford Festival’s Spirit of the Tent
fundraising campaign

JAN 2020

Honda Canada Foundation

Gift:

$4,000,000

Recipient:

Stevenson Memorial Hospital

City:

Alliston

Province:

Ontario

To support the Because of You, We Can campaign, which aims to raise $43 million for a redevelopment project, as well as for the health information system and annual equipment needs.

JAN 2020

Cestar College of Business, Health and Technology

Gift:

$4,000,000

Recipient:

City of Sarnia

City:

Sarnia

Province:

Ontario

To support a project aimed at creating The Oversized Load Corridor, which will be a dedicated road route being created for the movement of large industrial components between local fabricating plants, industries, and Sarnia Harbour. In recognition, Sarnia has agreed to recognize the school’s generosity by naming a new docking facility planned for Sarnia Harbour the “Cestar Dock.”

JAN 2020

Wayne Foo and Parex Resources Inc.

Gift:

$3,240,000

Recipient:

University of Calgary

City:

Calgary

Province:

Alberta

This is a joint gift from Parex and its founding CEO/Chairman of the Board, Wayne Foo. It will establish five Parex Resources Innovation Fellowships. Parex Resources Innovation Fellowships Wayne Foo is a graduate of University of Calgary

JAN 2020

RBC

Gift:

$3,000,000

Recipient:

Western University

City:

London

Province:

Ontario

Half of the funding will help develop new courses focusing on the ethical and social aspects of data analytics and AI programming. The remainder will be split up, with $1 million going towards scholarships in data science and software engineering and just over $500,000 supporting the development of RBC’s design thinking program for undergraduate students.

JAN 2020

Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation

Gift:

$2,650,000

Recipient:

Royal Columbian Hospital Foundation

City:

Vancouver

Province:

British Columbia

To assist phase 2 of the hospital’s $1.49-billion redevelopment, which includes new and expanded space for its maternity, neonatal intensive care, and pediatrics units.

JAN 2020

The Price Family

Gift:

$2,500,000

Recipient:

Children's Hospital Foundation of Manitoba

City:

Winnipeg

Province:

Manitoba

To support the development of the Children’s Heart Centre.

JAN 2020

Halminen Family Foundation

Gift:

$2,000,001

Recipient:

Bowmanville Hospital Foundation

City:

Bowmanville

Province:

Ontario

To support the hospital’s redevelopment project, for which it is in the quiet phase of a fundraising campaign. This is the largest personal gift to be received by the Bowmanville Hospital Foundation (by just one dollar).

JAN 2020

Bank of Montreal

Gift:

$2,000,000

Recipient:

St. Paul’s Foundation

City:

Vancouver

Province:

British Columbia

To support the health and wellness of Indigenous communities in British Columbia, with a focus on cardiac health. $1.6 million will go to the First Nations Health Authority Chair in Heart Health and Wellness, with the other $400,000 earmarked for a new hospital that will replace the downtown Vancouver facility.

JAN 2020

The Boris Family

Gift:

$2,000,000

Recipient:

McMaster University & St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton

City:

Hamilton

Province:

Ontario

To help the hospital and university recruit a new leader for the Firestone Institute for Respiratory Health.

JAN 2020

Calin and Elaine Rovinescu

Gift:

$2,000,000

Recipient:

University of Ottawa, University of Montreal

City:

Ottawa, Montreal

Province:

Ontario, Quebec

To create the Rovinescu Scholarship for New
Canadians which aims to support undergraduate students and professional programs at both the University of Ottawa and the University of Montreal. The Rovinescu Scholarship for New Canadians

JAN 2020

Robert Lemon

Gift:

$2,000,000

Recipient:

Arts Umbrella

City:

Vancouver

Province:

British Columbia

This gift is in memory of the donor’s late partner Bob Ledingham, and names the Robert M. Ledingham School of Theatre and Music. The Robert M. Ledingham School of Theatre and Music

JAN 2020

Estate of Roger J. Bishop

Gift:

$1,600,000

Recipient:

University of Victoria

City:

Victoria

Province:

British Columbia

The estate gift includes the creation of three new endowments in the Faculty of Fine Arts—the Ailsa and Roger Bishop Entrance Scholarship in Theatre; the Roger J. Bishop Writing Prize; and the Ailsa and Roger Bishop Travel Award in Music—and supports an existing bursary in UVic’s Department of English. Ailsa and Roger Bishop Entrance Scholarship in
Theatre; the Roger J. Bishop Writing Prize; and the Ailsa and Roger Bishop Travel Award in Music Bishop was a founding member of UVic’s Department of English.

JAN 2020

Kelson Group

Gift:

$1,500,000

Recipient:

Royal Inland Hospital Foundation

City:

Kamloops

Province:

British Columbia

To support the expansion and improvement of the Mental Health and Substance Use department of the hospital.

JAN 2020

Marshall and Judi Eliuk

Gift:

$1,400,000

Recipient:

Kelowna Hospital Foundation

City:

Kelowna

Province:

British Columbia

The funds will bring an electrophysiology lab to Kelowna General Hospital, providing advanced heart rhythm services. This gift concludes the the $7-million “Right Here at KGH” campaign, which was launched early this year. Marshall Eliuk Cardiac Interventional and Advanced Heart
Rhythm Program Marshall had open heart surgery and in 2000 was
diagnosed with a rare blood condition, which nearly took his life.

JAN 2020

Scotiabank

Gift:

$1,250,000

Recipient:

University of Alberta

City:

Calgary

Province:

Alberta

To fund the Scotiabank Artificial Intelligence Research Initiative in the Department of Computing Science. Scotiabank Artificial Intelligence Research Initiative

JAN 2020

Concert Properties

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

George Brown College

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To fund 24 annual scholarships at the Centre for Construction and Engineering Technologies. The Concert Properties and Partners Award

JAN 2020

Dentalcorp

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Western University

City:

London

Province:

Ontario

To support the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry through five Continuing Dental Education Courses, to establish the dentalcorp Speaker Series, and to sponsor the Schulich Dentistry Alumni Reception. The Dentalcorp Speaker Series, and the Dentalcorp Student Lounge

JAN 2020

Jane and Ron Graham

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

University of Saskatchewan

City:

Saskatoon

Province:

Saskatchewan

To support the College of Education’s new school focused on innovative methods of interdisciplinary teaching. Jane and Ron Graham School for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning This gift is the largest single gift in the history of the College of Education at U of S. The Grahams have collectively given $24 million to the U of S through different awards and programs over the years.

JAN 2020

Nottawasaga Foundation

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Stevenson Memorial Hospital

City:

Alliston

Province:

Ontario

To support the Because of You, We Can campaign, which aims to raise $43 million for a redevelopment project, as well as for the health information system and annual equipment needs.

JAN 2020

Jason and Emily Ko

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Richmond Hospital Foundation

City:

Vancouver

Province:

British Columbia

This gift was announced at the annual Richmond Hospital Starlight Gala, and supports the ACT NOW fundraising campaign, which is raising money for a new Acute Care Tower.

JAN 2020

Keith MacDonald

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

McMaster University

City:

Hamilton

Province:

Ontario

To create three endowed funds supporting experiential learning and research in the earth
sciences program. The D. Keith MacDonald Earth Sciences Introduction to Field
Methods Fund

JAN 2020

The Paterson Foundation

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation

City:

Thunder Bay

Province:

Ontario

To bring a full cardiovascular surgery program to Thunder Bay.

JAN 2020

Redhead Equipment

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

STARS

City:

North Battleford

Province:

Saskatchewan

To support the operations of STARS helicopter service at its Regina and Saskatoon air bases. This marks over two million dollars in donations made by Redhead Equipment to STARS since 2012.

JAN 2020

Anonymous

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

University of Ottawa

City:

Ottawa

Province:

Ontario

To support Indigenous Law Students by establishing scholarships and bursaries.

JAN 2020

Alice and Grant Burton

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Amnesty International Canada

City:

Ottawa

Province:

Ontario

To support programming and to establish the new Burton Human Rights Impact Fund, 100 per cent of which will go towards crucial human rights work. The gift also comes with the invitation to all donors to come together and jointly match the funds by the end of 2020. Burton Human Rights Impact Fund This is largest-ever gift for Amnesty International Canada.

JAN 2020

Alice and Grant Burton

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

United Way Greater Toronto

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

This gift is is matching up to $1 million in first-time donations over $1,200, as well as donation increases made by current United Way Greater Toronto Leadership donors. This support powers United Way’s network of 270 community agencies across Greater Toronto.

JAN 2020

Alice and Grant Burton

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Doctors Without Borders

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To support programming

JAN 2020

Coast Capital Savings

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

University of Victoria

City:

Victoria

Province:

British Columbia

To give the previously-named Coast Capital Savings Innovation Centre long-term stability and the chance to expand its programs.

JAN 2020

Domtar and Unifor

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Royal Inland Hospital Foundation

City:

Kamloops

Province:

British Columbia

The $1 million will be distributed over the next five years and will support the Hospital’s Patient Care Tower project. This gift is Unifor’s largest single donation in the history of the Union and Domtar’s largest to a hospital in Western Canada.

JAN 2020

Dr. Arni Thorsteinson and Dr. Susan Glass

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

University of Manitoba

City:

Winnipeg

Province:

Manitoba

To support the Front and Centre Campaign. Arni Thorsteinson and Susan Glass Student Commons Dr. Arni Thorsteinson and Dr. Susan Glass are U of M alumni and have both been donating to the school for many years.

JAN 2020

The Calgary Flames Foundation

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

YMCA Calgary

City:

Calgary

Province:

Alberta

This gift will be given over four years to YMCA Calgary in support of the previously-named Flames YMCA Grade 6 program, which provides free memberships to students to help get them involved in sports and recreation. The commitment builds on $1.25 million the foundation has provided for the program since it launched five years ago.

JAN 2020

Ridge Landfill Community Trust

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Municipality of Chatham-Kent and the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority

City:

Chatham

Province:

Ontario

The funds will be given over 10 years, and will go towards improving the municipality’s six per cent cover of trees, wetlands and tall grass prairie, the lowest of any upper-tier municipality in the region. Mark Peacock, chief administrative offcer for the conservation authority, said the $1 million could turn into $3 million through partnerships with other organizations over the next 10 years.

JAN 2020

Ryan Beedie

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Beedie Luminaries Scholarship Program

City:

Multiple

Province:

British Columbia

To add 25 more scholarships of up to $40,000 each to the program, which will be open to students from all over B.C.

JAN 2020

Startech.com

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

York University

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To support the Centre for Customer Centricity, a hub for the creation, application and dissemination of knowledge related to making
organizations customer-centric.

JAN 2020

TD Bank Group

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To support research that uses artificial intelligence to develop clinical tools to enable more informed healthcare decisions in relation to disease-modifying therapies for people with MS. The funds will be directed towards the MS Society’s Acts of Greatness campaign.

JAN 2020

Winnipeg Rh Institute Foundation

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

University of Manitoba

City:

Winnipeg

Province:

Manitoba

To establish a research chair. The gift honours the legacy of Dr. John M. Bowman, who was best known for pioneering the discovery and treatment of the Rh hemolytic disease in newborns in the 1960s. Dr. John M. Bowman
Chair in Pediatrics and Child Health

JAN 2020

The Ursuline Sisters of Chatham

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Brescia University College

City:

London

Province:

Ontario

To support the Lead With Us Campaign, which is fundraising for new Academic Pavilion, a food and nutrition research centre, new scholarships, research, and mental health services. The Ursuline Sisters founded the college in 1919.

JAN 2020

Koloshuk Family

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

McMaster University

City:

Hamilton

Province:

Ontario

To support the Shelley Saunders/Koloshuk Family Scholarships in Anthropology, which were established in 2008 before Saunders passed away.

JAN 2020

Joan and Paul Waechter

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Headwaters Hospital Foundation

City:

Orangeville

Province:

Ontario

To support a renovation of the hospital’s current lobby/main entrance, address some of its equipment needs and invest in new and innovative clinical software. The Joan and Paul Waechter
Welcome Centre

JAN 2020

William McCarthy

Gift:

$1,000,000

Recipient:

Burnaby Hospital Foundation

City:

Vancouver

Province:

British Columbia

To support an upcoming fundraising campaign for redevelopment of the hospital, which will cost $1.3 billion. William McCarthy is chair of the Foundation’s Fundraising Cabinet.

JAN 2020

The Rotary Club of Grande Prairie

Gift:

$980,000

Recipient:

Habitat for Humanity Edmonton

City:

Edmonton

Province:

Alberta

To fund construction of two duplexes to house four families. This gift is the largest contribution the affiliate has ever received.

JAN 2020

The Rotary Club of Grande Prairie

Gift:

$850,000

Recipient:

Grande Prairie Regional Hospital Foundation

City:

Grande Prairie

Province:

Alberta

To fund new equipment and specialists for the new hospital not provided by Alberta Health Services. The Rotary Club previously donated $150,000 when the Key to Care Capital Campaign was launched, which now brings the total donations
from the club to $1 million.

JAN 2020

Wilfrid Laurier University Alumni Association

Gift:

$800,000

Recipient:

Wilfrid Laurier University

City:

Waterloo

Province:

Ontario

To enhance student wellness and success initiatives at Laurier.

JAN 2020

Bank of Montreal

Gift:

$650,000

Recipient:

Canadian Canoe Museum

City:

Peterborough

Province:

Ontario

To fund the museum’s proposed new 85,000-square-foot facility. The museum’s archives and archives workroom will be named the BMO Financial Group Research and Knowledge Centre.

JAN 2020

Canada Life

Gift:

$500,000

Recipient:

Nature Conservancy of Canada

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To support NCC’s Conservation Volunteers program, allowing NCC to engage thousands of Canadians of all ages in conserving wildlife habitat across the country. Canada Life has been a supporter of the Conservation Volunteers program since 2012, helping NCC double the size of the program and engaging more Canadians in caring for nature. Canada Life’s support of the program contributes to community development and environmental responsibility, which aligns with two of the company’s Corporate Social Responsibility Pillars.

JAN 2020

Joe Remai

Gift:

$500,000

Recipient:

St. Paul's Hospital Foundation

City:

Saskatoon

Province:

Saskatchewan

To improve hospice and end of life care.

JAN 2020

Dairy Farmers of Ontario and program partners

Gift:

$500,000

Recipient:

SickKids Foundation and other children's hospitals

City:

Multiple

Province:

Ontario

From Nov. 18 through Dec. 28, a portion of the proceeds (minimum of $500,000) of all milk and OREO Cookies purchased at select retailers will benefit children’s hospitals across the province, thanks to DFO, Mondelez Canada, Sobeys, Walmart Canada, Agropur, Longo’s, and Lactalis Canada.

JAN 2020

Ralph Emsland and family

Gift:

$500,000

Recipient:

Royal Inland Hospital Foundation

City:

Kamloops

Province:

British Columbia

To support the Hospital’s Patient Care Tower project.

JAN 2020

John Andrews Foundation

Gift:

$500,000

Recipient:

Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation

City:

Thunder Bay

Province:

Ontario

To support the Our Hearts At Home Cardiovascular Campaign, which aims to start a cardiovascular surgery program at the hospital.

JAN 2020

Maggie Carr

Gift:

$500,000

Recipient:

Brescia University College

City:

London

Province:

Ontario

To support the Lead With Us Campaign, which is fundraising for new Academic Pavilion, a food and nutrition research centre, new scholarships, research, and mental health services. Carr is a graduate of the college.

JAN 2020

Assumption Life

Gift:

$400,000

Recipient:

Université de Moncton

City:

Moncton

Province:

New Brunswick

To enable the Faculty of Administration to update its social media lab, expand its programming and award annual scholarships. The Faculty of Administration lab will be renamed the Assumption Life Social Media Lab. The gift was announced along with an additional $100,000 gift rom Louisbourg Investments, a member of the Assumption Life Group.

JAN 2020

Anonymous

Gift:

$300,000

Recipient:

Belleville General Hospital Foundation

City:

Belleville

Province:

Ontario

To replace the region’s Nuclear Medicine Cameras.

JAN 2020

Bruno Harilaid

Gift:

$300,000

Recipient:

Northumberland Hills Hospital Foundation

City:

Cobourg

Province:

Ontario

To help renovate an operating suite.

JAN 2020

Estate of Virginia (Gypsy) Moore

Gift:

$300,000

Recipient:

Simcoe and District Humane Society

City:

Simcoe

Province:

Ontario

This bequest will be used to begin construction of the 3,200-square-foot shelter that has been planned on Grigg Drive for more than 10 years. Moore was a long-time supporter of the organization.

JAN 2020

Estate of Betty Nixon

Gift:

$100,000

Recipient:

Rotary Club of Essex Foundation

City:

Essex

Province:

Ontario

To support its medical and water missions to Ghana.

JAN 2020

Estate of Betty Nixon

Gift:

$100,000

Recipient:

A Dollar A Day Foundation

City:

St. John's

Province:

Newfoundland

To support the foundation’s work in mental health and addictions.

JAN 2020

Estate of Betty Nixon

Gift:

$100,000

Recipient:

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To support general programming.

JAN 2020

Estate of Betty Nixon

Gift:

$100,000

Recipient:

Save the Children Canada

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To support general programming.

JAN 2020

Estate of Betty Nixon

Gift:

$100,000

Recipient:

Lions Foundation of Canada Guide Dogs

City:

Oakville

Province:

Ontario

To support general programming.

JAN 2020

Estate of Betty Nixon

Gift:

$100,000

Recipient:

The ALS Society of Ontario in Amherstburg

City:

Amherstburg

Province:

Ontario

To support general programming.

JAN 2020

Estate of Betty Nixon

Gift:

$100,000

Recipient:

Salvation Army of Canada

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To support general programming.

JAN 2020

Estate of Betty Nixon

Gift:

$100,000

Recipient:

Canadian Wildlife Federation

City:

Toronto

Province:

Ontario

To support general programming.

JAN 2020

Century 21 Excalibur Realty - The Van Grootheest Team

Gift:

$100,000

Recipient:

Groves Memorial Community Hospital

City:

Aboyne

Province:

Ontario

To support the development of the new Groves Memorial Community Hospital that will open soon in Aboyne. The hospital, expected to open in 2020, will replace the existing hospital in Fergus. Eric Van Grootheest owns Century 21 Excalibur Realty along with his son Paul. The office opened in 2015 in Fergus and includes six staff members.

JAN 2020

Mr. and Mrs. P.A. Woodward’s Foundation

Gift:

$97,590

Recipient:

Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital

City:

Trail

Province:

British Columbia

To purchase a new ultrasound machine.

JAN 2020

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