We save young lives. We give hope to families.
We help youth define and discover a new future for themselves – one that is filled with hopes and dreams for the future. One that is paved with goals to reach for and to stay connected to. We help youth who come to us to heal from past trauma. We help youth manage the mental health issues they may often face and we help them overcome their substance abuse issues.
We help rebuild families who have reached or passed the breaking point. We counsel family members on what substance dependency is and how to communicate in healthy ways to rebuild what has been shattered. We see parents who have lost hope for their child and for what they envisioned a family could be. We help parents rebuild what they think they have lost and help them come to a place where a new beginning, a brighter future is possible.
We can not do this alone and that’s why our philanthropy team needs your continued support to help our youth.
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Introducing our new philanthropy team!
We are very pleased to announce that effective January 2, 2019, Cindy Manor assumed the role of Senior Director of Philanthropy at the DSYTC.
Cindy brings with her a depth and breadth of incredible leadership and managerial experience in media, sales, business development and fundraising. She also possesses an incredible passion for our cause and speaks openly about her lifelong desire to help the DSYTC given her family’s experience with addiction and mental health issues.
We are so happy to welcome Cindy to the DSYTC team!
It is important to note that in order to maximize both effectiveness and efficiency, internal responsibility for fundraising has been transferred from the Foundation to the Centre. The dissolution of our Foundation is now complete and our new fundraising structure is fully in place. We are very excited about this evolution and the opportunities ahead.
Should you have any questions or comments please contact Cindy at 613-594-8333 ext. 1201 or via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org