Successful 7th Annual Winter Drive

WTG’s Successful 7th Annual Winter Drive

Huge thanks to our partners, donors, and our hard-working team for making this year’s Winter Drive successful. WTG surpassed its goal and supported 500 disadvantaged children and 100 families this holiday season.

We are very grateful to Foodland, Toronto Firefighters, and Cibc for their partnership and generous donations to support our communities and beneficiaries Victim Services of Peel, Interval House of Hamilton, Ronald McDonald House of Charities, and Diabetes Canada through the 7th Annual Winter Drive. The Kids and families will be celebrating the holidays filled with smiles and joy. Thank you to all for helping WTG brighten the holidays.

Thank you to our donors for brightening the holidays for children in our communities.

Women’s Entrepreneurship Day

Today is Women’s Entrepreneurship Day.

WTG is celebrating the contribution of women entrepreneurs and business leaders who are inspirational and leading the change. While we celebrate the accomplishments of female entrepreneurs around the world WTG celebrates its own women team of entrepreneurs and professionals today who are constantly striving to enhance the lives of our fellow women, children, and disadvantaged communities.   

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Thank you Foodland Grocery Chain

Thankyou Foodland Grocery Chain

WTG is proud to share Foodland Grocery Chain will be partly funding our  Winter Drive to support disadvantaged children and their families.

Our team is grateful for their reward grant to bring cheer to our communities this holiday season.

Consider joining us as a partner, donor to bring a joyful holiday for the children in our communities.

Women’s Abuse Prevention Month

November is women’s abuse prevention month, Women That Give joins all who are working to end violence against women.

WTG stands in solidarity with the survivors of gender-based abuse. This month while we shed light on the women suffering or that have suffered gender-based abuse, we are also calling for more funding to support organizations that are working towards eliminating violence against women and girls.  WTG invites partners to support our programs for women survivors of gender-based violence. 

Make a contribution to support our programs here: