Donor Recognition

DONOR RECOGNITION

St. Clair Child & Youth Services are grateful to our funding partners. We are also indebted to the many individuals, community groups, corporations and foundations that support our work with children, youth and families. 

The following is a list of donors who contributed at the $500+ level between April 1, 2016 - March 31, 2017. (Please note that this list is updated on an annual basis)

PRINCIPLE FUNDERS - $100,000+

Ministry of Children and Youth Services

Ministry of Community and Social Services

County of Lambton 

Bluewater Health

SECONDARY FUNDERS - $40,000+

United Way of Sarnia-Lambton

Sarnia-Lambton Children's Aid Society

SECONDARY FUNDERS - $20,000+

Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health

GRANTS & DONATIONS

$25,000+

Judith & Norman Alix Foundation

$10,000+

Catherine Wilson Foundation

Swagelok Southwestern Ontario

$5,000+

LBM Consulting

Village of Point Edward

Race to Erase

$2,000+

Noelle’s Gift

Northern Heat Rib Series

Bluewater Power

North Atlanta Church of Christ

Bright International

New England Arbors

Sarnia Lambton Golden K

$1,000+

Sarnia Concrete Products

Bingo Country

Ciné Sarnia

James & Pamela Mundy

Trent Rogers / Future Pastimes

Grace United Church

F.T Services Social Club

Lady Luck Motorcycle Club

St. Paul's Anglican Church - Pt. Edward

Sami Brooks

After Hours Rotary Club

Faith Trinity Church Women

$500+

Queen Elizabeth II School – Petrolia

Lambton College Student Association

Robert Noble

Blackburn Radio

Dunlop United Church

Robin & Robert Topliffe

Bluewater Power

Dorothy & John Maciver

Helen Whitlock

Imperial Oil Ltd

Lambton District Women's Institute

Living Hope Church

Robert Dale LTD

Samuel McKelvie

Sandra & Dave Berry

St. Johns in the Wilderness Church

All donations are greatly appreciated to help us provide the quality services to our community.

We strive for accuracy in our listings. Please contact our cassche [at] stclairchild [dot] ca (Community Relations Coordinator) to report any discrepancy.