Execulink Telecom supported 12 local charities, families and organizations this year for their annual Gifts of Christmas.
WOODSTOCK - Execulink Telecom supported 12 local charities, families and organizations this year for their annual Gifts of Christmas.
President and CEO Ian Stevens says the reactions from the gifts was amazing.
"We are thrilled to help the amazing non-profit organizations, groups, and charities within the communities we serve. We are proud to support their causes and hope the Gifts of Christmas program helps them to achieve their goals in the coming year."
The gifts of Christmas donation probam started in 2018. Over the past three years, they have donated to 46 different local organizations.
This year, they were able to help out the following 12 locations:
1. Tillsonburg - The Morris Family to help them rebuild after a tragic fire to their home and business.
2. Ingersoll - Fusion Youth Activity and Technology Centre for their engaging youth programming.
3. Arva - SARI Therapeutic Riding for their therapeutic equestrian programs for special needs clients.
4. Tillsonburg - Tillsonburg Public Library for their essential community programming and services.
5. Grand Bend - The Sunset Community Foundation for a variety of local education, arts, health and environment organizations
6. Waterloo - Strong Start to improve the lives of children through their literacy programs
7. Thedford - Bosanquet Small World Nursery School for updating classroom materials
8. Long Point - Long Point Bird Observatory, part of Birds Canada for their conservation work
9. London - Let’s Talk Science to bring more STEM learning engagement to local students
10. Norfolk - G.I.R.L.S. Power Camp for empowerment programs for local grade 8 girls
11. Woodstock - Woodstock YMCA for their community programs to help people grow STRONG in mind, body and spirit.
12. Simcoe - Haldimand-Norfolk-London Learning Centre for adult literacy and math programs
13. Wyoming - Lambton Elderly Outreach to support programs for seniors and adults with disabilities .