HANDI-CARE INTL. (HCI)
Canadian registered charity  Dedicated to helping the Poor & Disabled, since 1992
168 BONIS AVE. Unit 711, Scarborough, ON, Canada, M1T 3V6
Tel: 416 293 3994

info@handicareintl.org
www.handicareintl.org
Newsletter-129 - May 19, 2017


REGISTER ONLINE NOW !!!
(if you haven't already done)

WALKATHON - 2017 - Mississauga
JUNE 11, 2017

DEAD LINE FOR REGISTRATION IS ON June 04, 2017

Location : Erindale Park (Mississauga Road and Dundas Street West.)

AREAS C AND D

Check in : 9 a.m. 
Entry Fee: Ages 13+ yrs : $20 
Ages 3 to 12: $10

"A day of family fun, with food stalls, activities for everyone and more....."

"TODDLERS TO ADULTS, YOU CAN RUN, YOU CAN WALK, OR EVEN CRAWL!"

Please register online ASAP... we need the head count for our Food stalls,
T-Shirts, games and activities

Please pay ahead of time using E-Transfer / Paypal, to avoid delays at registration desk.

Online Registration / Pledge 

Tentative program schedule
  • 9:00 am - Registration, Breakfast available (South Indian)
  • 10:00 am - 11:00 am - 5km or walk of your choice around the beautiful park
  • Chindren's walk 1.5 km
  • 11:00 am - Face painting, Henna, Other children games
  • 11:30 am - Lunch - Chaska Indian food (combos); Pizza stall
  • All at very nominal cost
  • 01:00 am - Fabulous raffle prizes
  • More activities.. come and check out !!
  • BRING LOTS OF CASH !!!

Registrations and pledges  will be matched by Govt. of Canada and are tax-deductible, Handi-Care Intl. will issue receipts for any pledge of $20 and more.

Get your friends, colleagues and anyone else to pledge for you, since you are doing for a great cause !!

This is HCIís flagship project cosponsored by†Grand Challenges Canada. The target is to offer EI therapy (Physio, Occupational, Speech, Special ed., life skills), assessments and follow ups for 700 children with delayed development and conditions such as Cerebral Palsy, from 800 rural villages in Thirunelveli Dist., South India. This project will be implemented by Amar Seva Sangam, india. This project is being funded by†Govt. of Canada†on a matching basis. The uniqueness of this initiative is that this has also become a premier research project in this area with the cooperation and involvement of researchers from University of Toronto and Indian Universities. The results of the research will be published in major international journals.†

If you can not join us, please get pledges from your family, friends and colleagues..

 

visit http://www.handicareintl.org

For more information contact: Phone : 416 293 3994 / 647 338 4747

Email : info@handicareintl.org

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