The Impact We’ve Had

Charitable Gaming provides funding local charities and non-profits, and that’s what makes these stories possible.
Our true impact isn’t only measured in dollars, but in stories just like these.

The Impact We’ve Had

The Migrant Worker Community Program (MWCP) in Leamington is focusing on education
Shortly after his diagnosis, Ethan and his family were connected with Chai Lifeline
The Seniors Association Kingston Region provides programs and services
Music at the Towers wanted to bring together their community
Artspace is free to visit and the programs offered to the public are free
Alanna joined the club at 10 years old as a youth sprint athlete
Community help is delivered by the Sudbury Charities Foundation
This program has been made possible in part thanks to Charitable Gaming, Community Good funding
Food security is a reality for many Canadians
Pelletier Youth in Transition is an organization that supports young adults
St. Mary’s church priest, Father Goce always goes the extra mile
Talk Is Free Theatre (TIFT) was founded in 2003 in Barrie
The Windsor Essex Therapeutic Riding Association (WETRA) brings therapy to the homes
The Quintilian Way is a charity in Kingston
Kinbridge Community Association serves a population of 34,000 people.
During COVID-19 in person programs were not available, instead weekly door drop packages were done directly to participants.
A stroke can affect a survivor's personality, which can be very challenging to deal with for their family and friends.
For many of our participants, our programs are their first introduction to organized sport
A healthy diet is essential to good overall health, especially as we age
The goal is to provide a safe space where girls receive their education while receiving specific care and treatment for the challenges.

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