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KRG Children's Charitable Foundation 2020 Golf Tournament Postponed Until June 2021

It is with a heavy heart that we announce the official postponement of the 2020 KRGCCF golf tournament due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. We can't thank everyone enough for all of their support each and every year! We look forward to welcoming everyone back to an even bigger and better event in 2021! 

Please Join Us Once Again For The 30th Annual KRG Children's Charitable Foundation Golf Tournament - June 20th, 2019!

Camp Oochigeas: Teomul Program

Camp Teomul is a program specifically for children who have had a sibling die from a cancer diagnosis. Their goal at Teomul is to provide an active, outdoor experience where campers can learn through shared experiences, connect with each other and shine in a supportive and caring environment. They acknowledge at the opening of each session that all campers here have had a similar experience in losing a sibling, outside of that the focus is on friendship and fun. 

KRG Children's Charitable Foundation is proud to support Camp Ooch's Teomul Program in 2018! 

Thrilled To Announce Our Continued Support Of The Lifeline Charitable Foundation As Title Sponsor Of Their 2017 "SMASHED" Ping Pong Event!

We are proud to announce our continued support of Lifeline's 2017 SMASHED Ping Pong Tournament. Last year’s SMASHED event raised $300,000, with its proceeds being generously donated to Lifeline, Free the Children, and the Make a Wish Foundation. Lifeline is a charitable foundation whose mission is to provide aid and support for Toronto’s vulnerable and at-risk communities. 

Proudly Supporting the Canucks Autism Network!

We are proud to announce the support of the Canucks Autism Network. We are thrilled to sponsor hockey teams that are part of CAN helping children participate in organized sport. The program introduces participants to stick handling, passing and shooting. Each week the players attend practice and are highly supported by trained coaches, support workers and volunteers. The program fosters confidence, skill building and friendship – all valued benefits of being on a team.

Variety Village's "World's Greatest Christmas Party"

We are thrilled to once again sponsor this magical event for 2016!

For 18 years KRG Children's Charitable Foundation has been an integral sponsor of the annual World’s Greatest Christmas Party. It is recognized as one of the largest and most popular family events. Since 1997, Variety Village has welcomed thousands of children and their families, community groups and student volunteers to celebrate the holiday together. Their accessible venue provides a place where everyone can play, participate, be comfortable and have fun! 

Autism Speaks to Sequence the World's Largest Collection of Autism Genomes

Autism Speaks, with the KRG Children's Charitable Foundation's support of over $2,000,000.00 in much needed funding, have helped kick start a groundbreaking project; The MSSNG Campaign. Google's Cloud Platform is set to be used for the Unprecedented Ten Thousand Genomes Program, Accelerating the Potential for Significant Breakthroughs in Autism Research. This vast sea of information will be made accessible, for free, to researchers everywhere. The greatest minds in science from around the world will be able to study trillions of data points in one single database. Their pilot program of 1,000 whole genomes has already led to new discoveries about the disorder. With over 10,000 whole genomes and the help of the global science community, they can far outreach what has been accomplished so far. The MSSNG campaign will help to identify many subtypes of autism, which may lead to more personalized and more accurate treatments.

Dr Jay Children's Grief Centre Youth Program

Since 2011, KRG Children’s Charitable Foundation has funded the Youth Program which connects youth aged 13-18 years old with their same aged peers, who have also experienced the death of a family member. Together in a supportive environment, youth have access to various forms of grief support and creative strategies to encourage healthy coping through peer support, art, music and other expressive outlets.

KRG Children's Charitable Foundation is excited to once again support the youth program for 2017!

Funding of One Family Israel Youth Programs, KRG CCF Youth Lounge and Big Brothers/Big Sisters Programs

KRG Children's Charitable Foundation is honoured to once again support and champion several youth programs run by the One Family Organization for 2017! We are committed to making the world a better place for children everywhere!

Follow the Leader Scholarship Program Awards Exemplary Recipients $300,000

Returning for a second year, the Follow the Leader scholarship was awarded to Lucas Nystrom of Kenora, Ontario and Nicholas Addesso of L’Original, Ontario, both of whom grew up with a parent living with MS, as well as Matthew Lee of Toronto, Ontario, whose mother lives with NMO, an affiliated condition.


With the Follow the Leader scholarship, Nystrom, Lee and Addesso will receive $25,000 per year for four years to apply to tuition and living expenses – for a total scholarship of $100,000 each. This innovative scholarship program seeks to offset the hardships of those who have grown up with MS in their family -- impacting their ability to pursue a post-secondary education.

Hardwood Hills Nordic Development Centre

We are pleased to continue our commitment to Team Hardwood. This funding contributes to the support and development of youth in sport, allowing them to grow and excel, while promoting a healthy lifestyle. The funding also allows for the team to have Jack Sasseville return to an active coaching role, while supporting head coach Ron Howden. Jack’s many years of high level coaching will only add to the quality of coaching available to Team Hardwood athletes.

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