Myers Family Donate $1 Million to Butterfly Building Campaign

Pictured here (L-R)” Kevin Owen (CTC Foundation Chair), Donna Litwin-Makey (CTC Executive Director), Jessica Myers, Rob Myers, Cathy Myers, Mike Genge (CTC Foundation President) Year-end brings a big boost to the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation! Myers Family donate $1 Million to Butterfly Building Campaign CHATHAM, ON – January 5, 2024 – The Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent was excited … Read More

$200,000 Donation Accelerates CTC-CK’s Butterfly Building Campaign

On behalf of the company, Entegrus is pleased to announce a $200,000 donation to the Children’s Treatment Centre towards their Butterfly Building Campaign. “Entegrus takes great pride in its support for the Children’s Treatment Centre,” noted Jim Hogan, President and CEO of Entegrus. “It is both our honor and privilege to be a long-time supporter. We are grateful to be … Read More

CTC-CK Launches Holiday Campaign: Double Your Impact with Your Donation.

CHATHAM, ON, Dec 4, 2023 – The Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent (CTC-CK) is excited to announce the launch of its annual holiday campaign, dedicated to transforming the lives of children in need through the impact of therapy and services. Thanks to two generous community members, the first $10,000 in donations made before December 31, 2023 will be matched! … Read More

McGeachy Charitable Foundation Donates $300,000 to CTC-CK Capital Project on National Philanthropy Day

CHATHAM, ON, Nov 15, 2023 – The Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent (CTC-CK) is pleased to announce a generous donation of $300,000 from the McGeachy Charitable Foundation to support the Butterfly Building Campaign. The donation was made in celebration of National Philanthropy Day and in honour of the late Lynn McGeachy Schultz, a passionate advocate for the welfare of … Read More

AAC Challenge raises $1,700 for the CTC-CK

CHATHAM, ON, Nov 8, 2023 – A fundraising challenge that began as a solo adventure five years ago continues to build awareness and raise funds year after year. Kaitlyn Smoke started the “Let’s Take AACtion” challenge to raise awareness and funds for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) awareness month. This year, with a team of six participants, the Let’s Take … Read More

Register today! ONCA Information Session: November 1

The CTC Foundation and Association of Fundraising Professionals – Canada South Chapter invite not-for-profits from across Chatham-Kent, Windsor and Sarnia to join us On Wednesday, November 1st at the John D. Bradley Centre for an information session and Q&A about the Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporations Act (ONCA). Saquiba Rahman from Pooran Law will be hosting the session, outlining ONCA, who it … Read More

Golf for the Kids raises $76,000 for the CTC Foundation

CHATHAM, ONTARIO –  The seventh annual Golf for the Kids event has raised $76,000 to support the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation on September 8, 2023. As one of the Foundation’s key fundraisers, Golf for the Kids attracted golfers from across the province this year for the Highland Games themed event. Guests enjoyed 18 holes of golf, traditional Highland Games (with … Read More

McDonald’s Donates $4,072 to CTCF-CK from McHappy Day

McDonald’s Canada announced this year’s McHappy Day, that took place on May 10, 2023, raised over $7.5 million for Ronald McDonald House Charities® (RMHC®) across Canada and other local children’s charities. This year, local McDonald’s locations on St. Clair St and Richmond St. donated a portion of the proceeds from McHappy Day to the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent … Read More

CTC Foundation Announces New Board Member

(CHATHAM, ONTARIO) – The Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent (CTCF) is pleased to announce the appointment of new board member, Carson Warrener, to their Board of Directors. Warrener joined the CTCF Board of Directors in June. As a Chatham resident and professional realtor, Warrener has a passion for community development and a genuine desire to give back. Having previously … Read More

iCan Bike is back giving children of all abilities the thrill of riding a bike

CHATHAM, ONTARIO (07/11/2023) – This week, the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent (CTC) welcomed back the iCan Bike program, July 10-14. The camp, held in partnership with iCan Shine, welcomes 21 riders, with a range of abilities, to experience the thrill of learning to independently ride a two-wheeled bicycle. Participants from across Chatham-Kent take part in 75-minute sessions each day. … Read More