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Charity 2013

CJAY92 Kids Fund (Secret Wish)

Amount donated: $90,000

The Secret Wish program began as a Christmas initiative. The holiday season is a difficult time for many families who cannot afford a lavish dinner or presents for their children. CJAY 92 decided to help out by providing toys for the kids, specifically needed items such as winter coats and cash. The challenge is hardship doesn't just occur at Christmas; it's year round. So now we do a Secret Wish every Friday at 7:40am.

Listeners nominate families for a Secret Wish who are going through tough times. The families we assist often are facing bleak circumstances due to illness or disabilities. The Gerry Forbes Secret Wish is not a contest but rather Calgarians helping Calgarians. The Secret Wish is funded by the CJAY 92 Kids Fund. Therefore we only help families with children and limit Secret Wish recipients to the Calgary area. And you cannot nominate yourself...
 

YMCA Calgary - Strong Kids (2013)

Amount donated: $47,500

 

Our YMCA Strong Kids Campaign provides much needed financial support to children and youth in our community who are unable to afford the full cost of access and participation in a YMCA program or activity.  We help children and youth have positive experiences, make healthy choices, feel connected with others and learn the skills required to become the leaders of today and tomorrow.

One out of every four children & youth who enter our facilities are in need of and receive financial assistance. Our mandate is WE NEVER TURN A CHILD AWAY.

Last year Strong Kids helped over 20,000 children and youth experience a YMCA program, whether it was basketball, leadership, camp, swim lessons or membership, these kids had the opportunity to:

·        Belong - make lifelong connections
·        Grow - continuously make choices to develop
·        Thrive - discover what inspires them and take action and;
·        Lead - help others to create positive changes

100% of all donations go directly to supporting the children & youth.
 

 

Huntington Society of Canada (Huntington's Disease) (2013)

Amount donated: $47,500

The Huntington Society of Canada (HSC) is the only Canadian health charity dedicated to providing help and hope for families dealing with HD across Canada. HSC represents a national network of volunteers and professionals united in the fight against Huntington disease (HD) since 1973.  We strive to: maximize the quality of life of people living with HD by delivering services; advocating for HD families; increasing awareness; and supporting further research leading to treatments to slow and to prevent Huntington disease.

 
 



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