As a result, 18 different organizations in eastern Ontario and western Quebec received funding allowing them to collectively provide 1,600+ young people with 8,000+ days of camp and 56,000+ hours of physical, mental, educational, emotional, and social wellness activities.
Today, just weeks after Roger Neilson House celebrated its 15th year anniversary, the Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation donated $765,973 to the home.
The Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation (OGYF) announced today a $250,000 commitment to provide more than 1,650 vulnerable young people with a camp experience this summer.
Hear how the support from the Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation is providing bursaries to Syrian and Iraki refugees recently re-settled in Gatineau.
Hear how the support from the Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation is helping provide food security to families and after school support for young people in our community.
Hear how the support from the Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation is helping provide access to local sport and recreational programs for young people in our community.
The Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation, in partnership with the Town of Arnprior, Sullivan and the Arnprior Optimist Club, cut the ribbon on the Sullivan RINK OF DREAMS with a grand opening ceremony this morning at Legion Park.
The Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation (OGYF) announced today, on #GIVINGTUESDAY, that it intends to activate $400,000 in donations and/or programming support with charities in Ottawa and Gatineau. #GIVINGTUESDAY is touted as a global generosity movement unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world.
Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation (@OGYF) President and CEO, Danielle Robinson, announced today that Monique Washnuk has joined the charity as the Director of Donor Engagement and Fundraising. “We are thrilled to have Monique join the staff team in this new role in our Foundation,” said Robinson. “We are confident that the Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation and its various stakeholders will benefit hugely from Monique’s depth of educational, fundraising and professional experience”.
The Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation (OGYF) officially launched this morning at 8:15 a.m. with a 30-minute, power-packed, bilingual presentation, sponsored by Accora Village, featuring several prominent business leaders, politicians and well-loved NHL players from the region. After more than two decades as the Ottawa Senators Foundation, the Ottawa-Gatineau Youth Foundation is launching with a new name, but with the same commitment it has always had as a registered charitable organization in supporting young people in the National Capital Region by investing the funds it raises in activities to empower them and provide opportunities.