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May 2019 - Intelligent Philanthropy

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Exchange Magazine would like to recognize all the partners who have come together to hlep make this 2019 issue a issue that will "making a difference in our community".

Welcome to the 2019 Intelligent Philanthropy guide produced in collaboration with the Canadian Association of Gift Planners (CAGP) and Exchange Magazine. The purpose of the CAGP is to support philanthropy by fostering the development and growth of gift planning in Canada.

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Abundance Canada
50 Kent Ave
Kitchener ON
N2G 3R1
519-745-7821

Marlow Gingerich, Gift Planning Consultant
mgingerich@abundance.ca
David Barker, Gift Planning Consultant,
dbarker@abundance.ca
Sherri Grosz, Gift Planning Consultant,
sgrosz@abundance.ca
Pamela Miles, Director of Gift Planning,
pmiles@abundance.ca
Barbara Chambers, Director of Communications
bchambers@abundance.ca
www.abundance.ca
THE CAMBRIDGE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOUNDATION:
The Cambridge Memorial Hospital Foundation is committed to raising funds to help provide you with exceptional healthcare. Cambridge Memorial Hospital is the cornerstone of our community. We see hundreds of people through our doors every day, but numbers only tell part of our story. The new Cambridge Memorial Hospital is a game changer for Cambridge & North Dumfries providing our families, friends and neighbours with top notch facilities matched only by the talent, compassion and care within our walls. Every gift makes a difference. Help us put the best tools possible in the hands of our doctors, nurses and staff. Together we can do so much more. Charitable registration 11882 6288 RR0001

700 Coronation Blvd.,
Cambridge ON
N1R 3G2,
519-740-4966
foundation@cmh.org
www.cmhfoundation.ca
The Creative Capital of Canada
The Region of Waterloo’s DNA is a combination of problem solving, collaboration and hard work. We call that “creativity” - the ability to think through a problem in a different way to come up with a better outcome.
www.creativecapitalofcanada.ca
Community Support Connections - Meals on Wheels and More:
We believe everyone should be able to live in their own home. We work with hundreds of volunteers to serve thousands of our most vulnerable neighbours by delivering nutrition, physical health, social wellbeing, and other services to support aging at home. CSC functions as a centralized source for community home support services in Waterloo Region. We support each and every one of our clients and volunteers, fostering a community where everyone feels at home – valued, connected and empowered.

Rosalind Horne| Major Gifts and Engagement Lead
61 Woolwich Street North,
Breslau On
N0B 1M0
519-772-8787
www.cscmow.org
Grand River Conservation Foundation
By supporting environmental work of the GRCA, the Grand River Conservation Foundation enriches the natural values of the Grand River watershed and encourages people to enjoy and learn from the outdoors. For fifty-four years, donors have helped kids attend outdoor education programs, built and cared for trails and nature centres, planted thousands of trees and offered funding to groups and students taking on their own conservation projects. If you love the outdoors and want to help protect it for future generations, we invite you to learn more!

Sara Wilbur, CFRE, Executive Director
400 Clyde Road, PO Box 729, Cambridge, ON, N1R 5W6
swilbur@grandriver.ca
(519) 621-2763 x2272
www.grcf.ca
KidsAbility:
KidsAbility Centre for Child Development and KidsAbility Foundation work in partnership in the communities we serve to assist children and youth with special needs and their families to achieve their full potential. When you include KidsAbility Foundation in your estate plans you are investing in the future of children and youth with special needs. Your gift to KidsAbility not only enriches the lives of many but creates a lasting legacy for you and your family while providing life-changing therapies and support services to children and youth in Waterloo Region and Guelph Wellington. Your gift will help to make the future bright.

Heather Curran, Development Manager, Leadership and Planned Giving
hcurran@kidsability.ca
500 Hallmark Drive,
Waterloo, ON
N2K 3P5
519.886.8886 x1399
www.kidsability.ca
Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation

260 King St W unit 206 Kitchener
N2G 1B6

Elizabeth Heald, President and CEO
elizabeth@kwcf.ca
www.kwcf.ca

KW Counselling Services
KW Counselling Services is a multiservice agency offering counselling supports to individuals, couples and families in the Waterloo Region. Our Walk In Counselling Clinic is open each Thursday from noon-6pm. In addition to our counselling work we offer a variety of parenting education workshops (Parenting with Passion), the www.parentingnow.ca website, leadership training and outreach for members of the multicultural community, and supports for the LGBTQ2+ community (OK2BME). We are proud to have been supporting children, youth and families in this community since 1950.

Noel Blake, Chief Financial Officer,
480 Charles Street, East Kitchener, ON N2G 4K5
519.884.0000,
info@kwcounselling.com
www.kwcounselling.com
MennoHomes:
MennoHomes provides affordable rental housing throughout Waterloo Region for households with low incomes. We believe in the life-changing impact of quality affordable housing for children, families, and seniors. Please contact us to learn how your financial support will build a stronger community for everyone.

Dan Driedger, Executive Director
ddriedger@mennohomes.com
226-476-2535
202-50 Kent Ave. Kitchener, ON N2G 3R1
www.mennohomes.com
Nutrition for Learning:
Every student deserves to have access to the nutrition they need to focus on learning while in the classroom. Nutrition for Learning supports 144 programs in French Public School Board, The Waterloo District School Board and the Waterloo Catholic District School Board and is committed to serving over 20,000 students every day in our community. Charitable Registration # 880648142RR0001

Mary D’Alton, Executive Director, 519-624-5744 x 221
mdalton@nutritionforlearning.ca
Brian Banks, Development Officer, 519-624-5744 x 225
bbanks@nutritionforlearning.ca
495 Waydom Drive Unit 2 Ayr, Ontario N0B 1E0
www.nutritionforlearning.ca
ROCKWAY MENNONITE COLLEGIATE:
Rockway Mennonite Collegiate (1945) offers students, Grade 7-12, the experience of, 'a small school for a big world'. As a Christian educational community within the Anabaptist Mennonite tradition, we walk with students as they practice becoming responsible, globally-minded, compassionate and reflective learners. What started as a dream of a few has since become the Alma mater of over 4,000 Alumni thanks to the generosity of many. As an independent school, every gift fuels bright futures. Connect with us today to make a difference in the life of a student and the future of our community.

Principal: Ann L. Schultz
Director of Advancement: Christine Rier
110 Doon Road, Kitchener, ON N2G 3C8
519-743-5209
www.rockway.ca
Charitable Registration: 11912 2091 RR0001
United Way Waterloo Region Communities


50 Sportsworld Crossing Road Suite 220
Kitchener N2P 0A4
Joan Fisk, CEO
jfisk@uwaywrc.ca
www.uwaywrc.ca
University of Waterloo
200 University Avenue W. | Waterloo | ON | N2L 3G1
Sharon McKay-Todd, Associate Director, Planned Giving
smckaytodd@uwaterloo.ca | 519-888-4567 x35413
Joanne Stewart, Development Officer, Planned Giving
jm4stewa@uwaterloo.ca | 519-888-4567 x37040
www.uwaterloo.ca




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