$30,000 for a minivan
To end its 40th anniversary with a bang, CAH wants to mark the occasion by raising $30,000 in 2019-2020 to purchase a new minivan. The acquisition of this additional van is in line with our renewed mission that highlights the importance of encouraging clients and members of the Seniors Active Living Centre to participate in the life of the French-speaking community. There’s nothing like securing transportation to facilitate interesting outings.
See how you can help make this happen by participating, sponsoring or donating to our next major fundraising event is the Gilles-Barbeau Golf Tournament for CAH: Saturday September 14, 2019!
ANNUAL REPORT 2019
CAH presented its 2019 Annual Report at its Annual General Meeting at 33 Hahn Place, Toronto, on June 26, 2019. We invite you to consult this report, which highlights not only the major achievements of 2018-2019, but also the progress made by CAH over the past 40 years!
LA GAZETTE (CAH's newsletter in French)
Our Golf's Silent Auction is extended until October 15!
The 10th edition of the Gilles-Barbeau Golf Tournament for CAH was held on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2019 and we still have VERY BEAUTIFUL LOTS left for golf fans! The CAH tournament committee has therefore decided to extend the auction to offer these magnificent prizes to the highest bidders: superb foursomes that will delight your fellow golfers! Visit our auction page for a description of them and how to bid on the lot of your choice.
During the 2019 tournament, thanks to you, we raised $19,235, which brings us much closer to our goal of $30,000 for a new minivan for the benefit of CAH clients. We hope to go a little further by extending our auction. Good luck to all participants! Check the deals!
With the transformation of health services in Ontario, CAH and the Centre francophone du Grand Toronto (CFGT) are consolidating their union into a new Health Ontario team. On Monday, October 7, 2019 at 4:30 p.m., the leaders of the CAH (Centres d'Accueil Héritage) and the Centre francophone du Grand Toronto (CFGT) will strengthen their partnership agreement. The two Francophone partner organizations agree on the importance of contributing to the well-being of seniors along the continuum of care by strengthening existing prevention and quality of life services.