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BBQ Fundraiser by O'Shanter Development Company Ltd

On July 19, 2010, the Brentwood Towers Tenant’s Association and the employees of O'Shanter Development Company Ltd. turned out in force to support and raise funds for children and young people with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Keeping with the Company’s tagline, “Managing to do the right thing”, the Company organized a BBQ fundraiser benefiting Geneva Centre for Autism. Spearheaded by O'Shanter Development’s General Manager, Randy Daiter, the event raised a total of $1600. The funds raised go towards helping low income families access non-government funded services and also help fund Canada’s first youth and adult centre for individuals with an autism spectrum disorder.O Shantha Development

Geneva Centre for Autism Foundation would like to thank the tenant’s association and everyone at O'Shanter Development Company, especially Mr. Randy Daiter, who contributed to make this fun community event such a a success. Thank you!

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CIBC Commercial Banking charity golf event scores fundraising milestone for children with autism

CIBC Commercial Banking charity golf event scores fundraising milestone for children with autism
CIBC charity golf scores Trailblazing Gift for children with autism. CIBC and its client network became “Geneva Centre Trailblazers” this summer with more than $106,000 raised over the past six years to support social skill building programs for children.

“Geneva Centre is extremely grateful to CIBC and its customers for their long-standing support and commitment to fund innovative programs that help children with autism build positive relationships,” says Margaret Whelan, Geneva Centre’s Executive Director.

Now in its 17th year, the CIBC Charity Golf Classic has raised over $1 million for children’s charities in the GTA region.

Geneva Centre for Autism Foundation extends its appreciation to all the 2009 tournament participants along with a special note of thanks to the following sponsors for their commitment - Platinum Sponsor, KPMG; Gold Sponsor, Goldmanco Incorporated; Silver Sponsors Mining Technologies International and Mattamy Homes.Limited.

NAIOP Awards Gala

NAIOP The Greater Toronto Chapter of NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has made a significant investment of $180,000 to help Geneva Centre for Autism establish Canada’s first specialized resource facility for youth and adults with autism.

"We are extremely grateful for the support of NAIOP Greater Toronto as the first organization to step up and help us blaze a new path in autism services. Their investment and the active involvement of their members have been instrumental in raising the profile of our young people and their needs," says Margaret Whelan, Centre Executive Director.

"NAIOP Greater Toronto is proud to support the exceptional work being done at Geneva Centre," says Mr. Young. "The Centre makes a daily and lasting contribution by supporting people who have few places to turn for help in our community.”

NAIOP cheque presentation

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