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Caledon Parent-Child Centre Appeals to Warm Hearts

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Submitted to Just Sayin' Caledon

As you work your way through your Holiday “To Do” list, The Caledon Parent-Child Centre (CPCC) would like to ask that you mark your calendar and schedule time to make a year-end donation during their Warm Hearts Annual Holiday Campaign.

The CPCC is a local non-profit community service organization that has been providing FREE, quality, results-based early years programs and family supports for children, parents and caregivers in Caledon and the surrounding areas for over 34 years.

This year, ongoing COVID-19 imposed restrictions have forced the CPCC to cancel fundraising events, leaving them short of their annual fundraising goal of $50,000. Financial gifts to the CPCC are extremely important because they offer immediate resources which can be directed to the Centre’s areas of greatest need.

YOU can make a difference! In these final days of 2021, please consider donating to the CPCC’s Warm Hearts Campaign. Your tax-deductible gift of any amount will help ensure that the CPCC can continue to touch the lives of hundreds of Caledon parents, children and caregivers – helping them navigate the pandemic, promoting positive family relationships, encouraging healthy child development and decreasing social isolation.

Funds raised during the Warm Hearts Campaign will be used to create customized programs and address gaps where government funding is inadequate. And this year, every donation of $20 or more to the CPCC in December, will result in the donation of a Ganz Scrumchum collectible to a local family in need, to help make their holiday brighter.

There are two ways to make your donation today:

Donations received by December 31 are eligible for a 2021 tax deduction. To learn more about the Caledon Parent-Child Centre, visit www.cp-cc.org

 

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