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Niagara Motors' Dick Family Donates $50,000
Media stories about the Dick Family's donation

Niagara This Week
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'Mo-Bros' Walker Rollo and Ryan Keyes
Walker Rollo and Ryan Keyes, grade 6 students from St. Catharines, are raising funds for this year's Moustache Mania campaign! Because they can't 'Grow their stache' yet, they draw on a different moustache each day to 'raise some cash!'

Mo Bros give back - Niagara This Week
Big Move 2016
Media stories about the 2016 Big Move Cancer Ride

St. Catharines Standard
Niagara This Week
St. Catharines Standard - pre-event
OneFoundation's Second Annual Thank-a-thon
Together with community partner Minacs, OneFoundation for Niagara Health System called donors during their Second Annual Thank-a-thon to simply say ‘Thanks!’

TVCOGECO Niagara:Thank-a-thon
2015 Big Move Cancer Ride
Big Move Cancer Ride draws an inspired crowd in support of the Walker Family Cancer Centre on September 13th.

Post Media: Cyclists make Big Move against cancer
Bullet News Niagara: Big Move teams share a common goal
2015 Kids Ultimate Challenge
A record 700 kids took part in the Kids Ultimate Challenge on June 7th to help raise funds for the NHS Children's Health Unit.

Post Media: Everyone a winner at Kids Ultimate Challenge
Niagara This Week: Kids step up to the challenge
TVCOGECO Niagara: Kids Ultimate Challenge
A Royal Ascot Affair
On March 29th, OneFoundation hosted its inaugural event at Sheraton on the Falls. The Royal Ascot Affair for Kidney Care raised over $100,000 for the NHS Kidney Care program.

Inaugural OneFoundation gala brings in $100,000
2014 Kids Ultimate Challenge
Kids from across Niagara enjoyed a day of "Mud, Sweat & Cheers" at the FirstOntario Kids Ultimate Challenge on June 8th.

Ultimate challenge
An ultimate challenge for kids
Ultimate Challenge
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Thank You Emterra: Recycling efforts boosts cancer care
Thank You to Emterra for their 2014 installment from the "Make your Contribution at the Curb" fundraising campaign.

Recycling efforts boost cancer care