A registered Canadian charity now in its ninth full year of operation, Dancing with Parkinson’s Inc. (“DWP”) creates and delivers dance therapy and movement classes for adults living with Parkinson’s disease. By bringing participants out of isolation and into the community, DWP classes are a powerful opportunity to share the emotional and physical benefits of managing parkinsonian symptoms through dance.
Campout Against Cancer raises support for Kern County patients and 100% of the net proceeds will stay local. Your generous contributions and fundraising efforts assists with medical costs associated with cancer care, i.e. prescriptions, insurance premiums, Cobra, deductibles, co-pays and co-insurance.
Strength To Fight is Canada's first and only full-time anti-porn organization that exists to raise awareness about the problems of pornography, educate and equip Canadians on how to fight it, and to connect people in need of help with real solutions. Join us for a skate on the world famous Rideau Canal, as we join together with with friends and family, to fight back against pornography.
This year our partner is Morrisville Youth Soccer. You can show your support for Morrisville Youth Soccer and the Morrisville Rotary by jumping as a team or individually to raise money or by sponsoring the event. Morrisville Rotary uses monies to support area non-profits, local high school scholarships and holds events to support the community including our annual coat drive, the 3rd grade dictionary project, and so much more.
Nestled among the redwoods on 355 mountaintop acres, Mount Madonna is a safe and nurturing college-preparatory school that supports students in becoming caring, self-aware and articulate critical thinkers, who are prepared to meet challenges with perseverance, creativity and integrity. The CAIS and WASC accredited program emphasizes academic excellence, creative self-expression and positive character development.
CMA was founded in 1974 by Joan Brenner, a mother concerned about her son’s future. She needed to know that he would be loved and cared for when she and her husband were gone. Her son became a resident of the First CMA home, in Kings Point. Today CMA operates residences in Nassau Long Island. CMA offers both supervised living, supportive living, and support services for independent living.