Neighbourhood Link Support Services receives support from funders, donors, community partners and volunteers. Together, we are able to help people live in community with independence and dignity.
Danforth Lowe’s makes generous donation to Neighbourhood Link
Our newest neighbour just moved in and is already making a difference in our community.
At their Grand Opening on June 30th, Lowe’s made a very generous donation to support the work of Neighbourhood Link.
Store Manager, Rob MacLaughlin, spoke about growing up in the community and the importance of giving back. He certainly did that today when he presented Liz Forestell, our Executive Director with a $10,000 cheque in support of our great work.
The new store has already hired many local residents, including folks who come to our Employment Centre. As Brenda Moxey said ‘it’s about giving people jobs who need them’.
We are delighted to partner with Lowe’s, a company that clearly demonstrates corporate commitment to making our neighbourhoods better.
Be sure to check out the new Lowes located at 3003 Danforth Avenue.
The new store is spacious, bright and a pleasure to shop in. The friendly, helpful staff are on hand to help with what you need. Thank you Lowe’s!
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|Government of Canada|
|Province of Ontario|
|City of Toronto|
|Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (LHIN)|
|Ontario Trillium Foundation|
|RBC Royal Bank|
Thank you to over 100 individuals in our community who generously gave financial support to Neighbourhood Link Support Services. The donations were put to work immediately helping seniors, youth, newcomers, and adults with a continuum of practical assistance.
- Beach United Church
- Britannia Printers
- Centre for Addition & Mental Health (CAMH)
- Canada Helps
- Danforth Village BIA
- Imagine Canada
- Kingston Road United Church Women
- Lowe’s Companies Canada
- Ontario Power Generation-Employees’ & Pensioners’ Charity Trust
- Pritchard Creative
- The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 11
- Toronto Dominion Bank Group – Alan Convery
- Toronto East General Hospital
- Toronto Hydro-Charity Trust – G. Mullings
- David Van Dyke
- Ziegler, Mitchell and Associates – Erwin Gonzales and Vicki Ziegler
Without the support of 734 Volunteers who provided over 27,000 hours of service which is equivalent to 14 full time staff, we could not have reached the 20,000 clients with programs or services.