As Gold Sponsor, CIBC sponsored this prestigious event, as MAPP honored the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One on November 11, 1918. Donors gathered to celebrate the men who fought for the peace and prosperity we are all fortunate enough to enjoy today.
Providence Healthcare Foundation hosted our 13th Annual Donor Appreciation Reception on October 03, 2018, sponsored by TD Commercial Banking. More than 60 of the Foundation’s closest friends joined us in a celebration of philanthropy and goodwill, and helped us honour and congratulate this year’s outstanding Award Recipients.
On Sunday, September 9, Providence Healthcare hosted the first ever Grandparents’ Day Run, Walk & Roll. Over 125 participants took part in a 1K, 5K and 10K in honour or in memory of grandparents and grandchildren everywhere.
Everything was on our side for this perfect day on the water – incredible weather, the spectacular views of the city from Toronto Harbour, impressive boats and a wonderful complement of generous MAPP donors and their guests. It was perfect.
EllisDon designs, constructs, finances, operates and maintains almost anything that can be built. It completes in excess of $3 billion worth of contracts annually, across Canada and internationally. It started in London, Ontario as a general contractor, and today, it is a large company with construction at its core, building everything from skyscrapers to hospitals, and from transit systems to hydroelectric projects.
As Canadian Golf Magazine has said: “A round at Coppinwood shouldn’t be missed.” The Ken and Nancy Shaw Providence Golf Classic (PGC), presented by EllisDon, is back at Coppinwood Golf Club near Uxbridge, Ontario. We are delighted that Coppinwood is our five-year PGC partner, donating the green fees each year to help ensure we raise significant funds for Providence Healthcare.
Michelle Dubé, co-anchor of CTV News Toronto, was the keynote speaker at the 9th annual Women in Philanthropy (WIPP) Inspiration Evening held recently in Toronto. Her presentation took the form of a window into her world as a “news lady”, providing insight into some of the challenges she faces and the rewards that come with being a trusted newscaster who gets to be close to people for brief, but meaningful, glimpses into their lives.
Charity work has always been important to Dick Duff and we are delighted that he has chosen Providence as one of the charities he continues to support. If you see him at this year’s tournament, don’t hesitate to shake his hand and let him know what a legend he has been to you.
Providence Healthcare Foundation
3276 St Clair Avenue East
Toronto, ON, M1L 1W1