The management team of Ian Anderson House continues to closely monitor the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. We are following …
Thank you, once again, to the employees of Petro Canada Lubricants for their ongoing support of our hospice. They have …
Celebrating its 20th anniversary next year, The Brogue’s Polar Bear Dip was first held to usher in the new millennium. Owner Tommy Donnelly, inspired by a suggestion from his friend, David Emms decided to create their own polar dip to as a fun way to give back by raising money for charity.
Since the event’s inception, Mississauga and Mississauga West Rotary clubs have donated more than $950,000 from Ribfest proceeds that have benefited organizations including Ian Anderson House
“We’re a community theatre group. Being part of the community means being responsible for that community. It’s important we give back,” said Wright.
So far, in its current season, BurlOak Theatre Group has raised more than $4,000 for local groups Ian Anderson House and Smilezone Foundation.
Benefiting Peel cancer hospice Ian Anderson House, the annual Port Credit dip was hosted by The Brogue Inn.
Oakville resident Heather Spence is hosting the third annual Friends and Family Inspired Evening Targeting Cancer at Glen Abbey Golf Club Saturday, Nov. 8 to raise funds for Ian Anderson House (IAH) hospice.
Resident Mary Pumpelly-Knowland, 41, is hosting her first solo show at the Allegro Café at Whole Foods Market Oakville, 301 Cornwall Rd., and donating 20 per cent of sales to Ian Anderson House (IAH).
Lynn Jones is on the board of Calliope Muses and works backstage on the production. She says they printed 200 copies of their calendar and have already sold 100 copies at $20 each. Net proceeds go to Ian Anderson House, the cancer hospice.