These local and regional partners give to CHEO year-round:
SnowMowr is a locally owned and operated company that uses an app based business model to connect residents to professional snow/lawn contractors in order to request and complete one time snow removal and lawn care needs. Spin their “virtual wheel” and earn savings on your order – and a chance to win a full year of free snow removal! SnowMowr will offer every customer the option to donate their order savings to CHEO and will also match 50% of all in-app donations. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or http://snowmowr.com/ for more information
“Waves is a poetry collection summarizing my experience in the last 10 years with mental illness. It allows readers into my personal struggles, triumphs and all of the spaces between. While writing Waves, I highlighted the inner strength we all have while still acknowledging how hard it can be to access that strength at times. Waves will in-still a sense of support for readers and, hopefully, leave them feeling grounded.” Tara Melindy
To read more about Tara’s story: http://www.cheo.on.ca/en/Tara-Melindy-Story
To purchase a copy of this book: https://www.etsy.com/ca/listing/517119735/waves-a-collection-of-poems-by-tara-jean?ref=shop_home_active_1
Note: Book release date is April 23rd 2017 & a percentage of sales will go to CHEO’s mental health unit
Now That I’m Here is a children’s book that was written as a tribute to a very special little girl, Kate Drury, who passed away on November 30, 2015 at age eight. She died of a very rare form of mitochondrial disease called sideroblastic anemia, immune deficiency, fever and developmental delay (SIFD). Now That I’m Here is a personal story about young Kate; it also touches on universal themes, offering a way for families to teach their children about death, illness and disability. Our hope is that this special book can continue Kate’s legacy, spread awareness into mitochondrial disease and lead to better treatment. To purchase your English or French copy of this very touching story, please visit: http://kickasscanadians.ca/now-that-im-here.
All profits will go to the CHEO Research Institute towards research into SIFD.
First Call Heating and Cooling is a locally owned company that provides outstanding heating and cooling services to Ottawa and its surrounding areas. Giving back to the community is important and so First Call Heating & Cooling will make a donation to CHEO for each job they do! Phone: 613-793-5044
ONEFORCE™ Athletics will donate 25% of all net proceeds from online sales to Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Child Life Department Funds throughout North America. CHEO’s is the newest addition so sales within the Ottawa area will be in support of CHEO’s Child Life Program!
While you purchase a product that will bring you great health benefits, you will also be helping the little kids at CHEO!
25% of net proceeds for each product sold in the Ottawa area will be donated to CHEO! http://oneforcelife.com/
As part of their community engagement, Henderson Security, a local business, decided to support Ottawa’s pediatric hospital by donating a portion of all new monitoring agreements will be donated to the CHEO Foundation. By supporting this local business, you will also support the thousands of patients that needs CHEO! The funds raised offer specialized medical care for children and youth, and also benefits future generations through medical education and scientific research. http://www.hendersonsecurity.com/
Jumbo Pizza in Rockland will donate $2 to CHEO for each medium, large or extra large Nutella/Smarties pizza sold.
Go ahead, indulge!
Shumaker, a high end quality shoe store, is supporting CHEO!
Currently located at Place D’Orleans and soon to open at Carlingwood Mall, this family owned store is opening its eighth store in Canada and with two locations in Ottawa, they are happy to support CHEO by donating $1 for every pair of shoes or boots purchased.
For more information or to order online please visit Shumaker at https://www.shumaker.ca/en/.
Pink Painters in support of CHEO Foundation
We will donate $50 with every contract.
The Pink Painters offer high standards full interior home painting services right here in Ottawa. We also offer wall repair, painting, carpentry, electrical update, plumbing update, handyman services, general repairs and more.
Visit our website to get to know our team and don’t forget to use the ‘Smart 10’ promo!
Let us make your beautiful home even more beautiful.
Advanced Towing – Proudly Supporting CHEO
If you are looking for high quality and personal service, you’ve come to the right place. At Advanced Towing Ottawa they will give you the attention and personal service you’ll come to expect and enjoy. They offer the best prices in car removal and towing in the greater Ottawa area. Advanced Towing has over twenty years of experience.
Advanced Towing & Recovery is operated in Ottawa and they serve the greater Ottawa area. They pride themselves on going the extra mile to make you happy. A percentage of the proceeds are donated to CHEO.
Contact: Randy May at 613-262-9512
Computer Recyclers Inc.
Computer Recyclers Inc. is a premier recycler in Ottawa for all e-waste. individuals and businesses can responsibly dispose of their computers and electronics free of charge to Computer Recyclers Inc. you only have to mention the word CHEO and 60% of the proceeds will be donated to the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
For more information call: Computer Recyclers at 613-723-3135
UPS store #112
Adil Ebrahim, Owner/Operator of UPS store #112 is donating 5% of sales every Wednesday on a year round basis to CHEO PLUS get a 10% discount on everything in the store simply by mentioning CHEO!. Adil’s family has received support from CHEO and this is his way of giving back to the hospital that helped his family.
Adil’s store is conveniently located at 1769 St. Laurent Boulevard and he will be happy to serve you and help CHEO’s kids at the same time!
The Calumnist Malefesto: And Other Improbable Yarns Paperback by Benoit Chartier (Author)
An eclectic new collection of twelve short stories, The Calumnist Malefesto: And Other Improbable Yarns offers a glimpse into important and universal themes in today’s culture while employing an enjoyable and unique approach. For every paperback sold, $2 will be donated to the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
Severe Nature is a new Ottawa-based clothing company raising money for CHEO through a fundraiser called the 99 Project. Staff at Severe Nature chose CHEO because they recognize the importance of helping children in our community be their healthiest. They understand that every donation, no matter how big or how small, can make a difference and with that in mind came up with their own way of giving back. For every purchase made at their online store, 99 cents will be donated to CHEO. Please visit www.severenature.com to check out their items and make your purchase.