Collaboration in Action: Not for profit and For profit come together!

Recreational Respite will take part in an Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant that has been awarded to Connect Learning Centre. A centre that provides support to adults with disabilities in the Peel region. The grant provided by the Ontario Trillium Foundation will be used to initiate the Connect 2 Healthy Living program which teaches the skills to lead a healthy lifestyle through: nutrition, exercise and mental health. Each section of the program is taught by an expert in the field from Recreational Respite, Community Living Burlington and Angel Enterprises (former; Open Minds)

We are excited to be a part of the grant and it’s wonderful that organizations are coming together to offer their knowledge, expertise and genuine passion for the community and it’s members!

Have a look at our program in action!

See the article in the Mississauga News:–lunch-will-launch-new-initiative

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  • Marcia Barhydt

    Congratulations Amy! I think it’s wonderful what can be accomplished when everyone plays nice together in the sand box

  • Christopher Rawn-Kane

    Congratulations Amy. You and your staff will certainly be able to bring lots of experience and skills to the project and I have no doubt it will be very successful.