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The Cashel Group management team has been helping to support CCAA for close to 20 years and in this our 20th Anniversary Year, they have developed a special program for CCAA donors that not only lets you recoup the value of your donations to CCAA, but recoups your investment as well – all in just 5 years. Here’s how:
1. Make your donation to CCAA and receive an appropriate tax receipt for that amount for the current tax year (tax season is quickly approaching).
2. Invest in a Cashel Group program where you can more than recoup the amount of both your donation and your investment in just 5 years.*
3. For an illustration of Return on Investment, contact The Cashel Group as noted below:
The Cashel Group…helping you…Continue reading The CASHEL GROUP salutes CCAA’s 20th Anniversary
Support CCAA: purchase product online at The Community Fundraiser!
Purchase a Huggum Bear, CCAA T-shirt, a 2013 20th Anniversary Commemorative Calendar, or lovely decorative Tea Light ensemble – all in support of CCAA! SHOP there now!Continue reading Support CCAA: purchase product online at The Community Fundraiser!
Canadas only weekly call in television show addressing abuse, addictions and other related issues, Living Clean is a production of the Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness. This phone-in talk show helps thousands of individuals and families understand abuse and its affects, with the ultimate goal of helping them begin their healing process.Continue reading Living Clean
To help us improve our weekly TV show, please click here to take a few minutes to complete the online survey.Continue reading Quizpoint – LC-LW
CCAA is pleased to be working with the Indian Residential School Adjudication Secretariat to assist survivors of abuse at residential schools in Canada with the adjudication phase of their compensation. CCAA helps eligible survivors through a special workshop to understand the adjudication process as well as develop support circles with each other, friends and family. CLICK HERE TO VIEW INFO!
For more information, contact Denise Spector, our support co-ordinator at email@example.comContinue reading Indian Residential School Compensation
Help Support us by joining us at these Exciting Events!
If you missed seeing the “We Were Children” television premier on APTN, March 19th, we are holding a special screening of this NFB documentary on June 13th in Newmarket, ON. If you would like to attend a different screening date or even host a private screening, contact Sanderson Layng at firstname.lastname@example.org . We will be holding screenings across Canada. See private screening flyer.
Help support the healing of our great nation – we welcome your feedback about this film.
Click here to purchase a copy of the film (DVD or digital…Continue reading Special Screening of “We Were Children” June 13, 2013
Tuesday June 18th 2013
Red Crest Golf Course
17700 Keele Street, Newmarket, Ontario
Phone: (905) 841-7378
Registration & Wimpy’s Diner BBQ lunch at the Red Crest Patio
10:00 am – 11:50am
11:50 am call to carts
12:00 pm Sharp – shot gun start
5:00 pm Dinner & awards reception
If you are interested in registering a foursome only, please email email@example.com. You will be put on a waiting list (first-come-first-serve basis).Continue reading Greens Fore Good Golf Tournament
Martin Kruze was the first male survivor of the Maple Leaf Gardens tragedy to step forward and acknowledge the need for awareness around the horrific issue of abuse. In memory of Martin, the CCAA formed an alliance with Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, Shoppers Drug Mart and the Kruze Family and founded the Martin Kruze Memorial Fund…
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Our programs will provide children, youth and their families with relevant learning modules, covering such topics as Internet Safety; Preventing Bullying; Positive Body Image; Personal Safety; Personal Empowerment; Preventing Dating Violence; Youth Leadership; Peer Mentoring and Real World Safety. Empowered kids and informed parents create healthy, safe and strong communities.
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