Run for the Kids: A new event in support of the CTC Foundation

(CHATHAM, ONTARIO) – Registration opens today for the Children’s Treatment Centre (CTC) Foundation of Chatham-Kent’s new event Run for the Kids, to be held on June 25, 2023. Championed by lead sponsor Enbridge, Run for the Kids will take place in Rondeau Provincial Park and will encourage participants to run/walk/wheel and enjoy the beauty of nature while raising important funds … Read More

Handy Bros Employees Donate $20,500 to CTC Foundation

(Chatham, ONTARIO – 02/03/2023) –  Handy Bros Home Comfort employees presented the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation with a donation for $20,500 in support of their Butterfly Building Campaign. Over the past year, employees made donations through payroll deductions and decided to give to the Foundation. The Children’s Treatment Centre provides services to 1 in 5 children and youth in Chatham-Kent, … Read More

Join the Foundation Team

The Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent is seeking new individuals to join our team! Currently seeking: EVENT MARKETING SPECIALIST SUMMER STUDENT For more information on this role, click here. BOARD MEMBER For more information on this role, click here. Applications for both roles are due Tuesday, February 28, 2023 at 4:00pm. As an organization committed to nurturing governance structures … Read More

New focus for CTC Foundation events in 2023: For the Kids

The Children’s Treatment Centre (CTC) Foundation of Chatham-Kent is starting the new year with a refreshed vision for all its fundraising activities: For the Kids. All CTC Foundation events are being redesigned to ensure that the focus is on raising community awareness and funds to support special programs for CTC children and their families. “Starting in 2023, we are rebranding … Read More

Holiday Hours

Happy Holidays!☃️ Please note, the Children’s Treatment Centre and Foundation of Chatham-Kent are closed from Monday, December 26, 2022 reopening at 8:00am Monday, January 9, 2023. This is a reminder that any emails or calls may not be returned until the New Year. If you would like to make a donation to the Foundation, contact Mike Genge, Foundation President, at … Read More

AAC Challenge raises $2,375 for the CTC-CK

A fundraising challenge that began as a solo adventure 4 years ago has grown to include more participants year after year. Kaitlyn Smoke began the “Let’s Take AACtion” challenge to raise awareness and funds for Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC) awareness month. This year, her and her team of 6 were able fundraise and donate $2,375 to the Speech Department … Read More

Plasman Donates Wish List of Equipment to the CTC-CK!

(CHATHAM, ONTARIO) – The Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent (CTC-CK) received a donation of much needed equipment from Plasman that will benefit two areas of programming: The Rad Riders Bike Camp and School Based Rehabilitation Services (SBRS). The Rad Riders Bike Camp will receive a Go Glider bike, Balance Bike and Scooter, which will be added to the camps for … Read More

Smile Cookie Campaign Raises $49,600 for the CTC Foundation!

Restaurant owners from CHATHAM, DRESDEN and WALLACEBURG donated 100% of proceeds from sales of Smile Cookies to the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent CHATHAM, ONTARIO (November 1, 2022) – From September 19-25, Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign supported charities in communities across the country, including the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent – one of 550 Canadian charities, hospitals … Read More

Festival of Golf Raises $110,000

CHATHAM, ONTARIO –  Over $110,000 was raised at the sixth Annual Festival of Golf, held by the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation on September 9, 2022. The Caddyshack themed event held at Willow Ridge Golf Course included 18 holes of themed games and entertainment, food and drink stations, and of course, golf, followed by dinner and music by Southwind Buoys. With … Read More

(August 5, 2022) – Thank you to everyone at the Chatham Kent Community Foundation and the South Kent Wind Community Fund for helping to our Therapeutic Recreation and Life Links programs with $6,500 in grant funding. Through this, participants were introduce to a local Chatham-Kent recreation activity using adaptive sailing boats that are built to be sturdy and easy to … Read More