$7,700 to support a hydrotherapy program; $6,700 to support a rehabilitation training program; $8.9K to purchase a prosthetic limb;
$9,700 to support the purchase of school uniforms, appliances, generator, mattresses, water and clothing for children; $9,600 to build a fence around a well and distribution kiosk;
Sri Lanka (2017):
$5,000 to assist with renovations for the Courage, Compassion, Commitment Transition Home.
$5,000 to the SOS Children's Villages Charity to provide funds to purchase food, clothing, shelter, entertainment and sporting equipment.
Sierra Leone (2015):
$2,986 to the Mercy Children's Orphanage to purchase 10 bunk style beds with mattresses, bug nets, two pigs, feed for pigs, bakery ingredients.
Provided comfort kits to an orphanage.
Kosovo (2011): $10,000 donation to improve the Women and Children’s Shelter.
Jamaica (2011): $6,000 given to improve the HEART Technical School, dedicated to improving the lives of impoverished youth.
Afghanistan (2006–2014): Purchase of school supplies and equipment, shoes for orphaned children, and medical equipment and supplies to various hospitals and clinics. Creation of over 2500 “Baby Kare” kits to assist midwives delivering babies in rural areas. First aid kits and training. Sending over 20 children for various lifesaving surgeries and medical treatments. Comfort care supplies for palliative patients. Creation of women’s weaving course with supplies. Replacement of a herd of sheep killed by Taliban forces.
Comox (2017): $5,000 to the Comox Valley Therapeutic Riding Society to support an individual horse during the therapeutic riding season.
British Columbia (2017):
$20,000 to support the Power to Be Program at Prospect Lake and the renovations of Anawim House in Victoria.
Kings and Annapolis Counties (2015–2016):
$10,000 to Seniors LINCS Program to increase the knowledge and abilities of Veterans/Seniors in remote areas to remain as independent as possible and to continue to live in their homes.
$20,000 to the HeroWork Program to refurbish the Rainbow Kitchen Building, which serves over 36K meals a year to the poor and disenfranchised.
Rankin Inlet: $10,000 to the Rankin Inlet Breakfast Program support for up to 600 students.