Community Involvement

Along with helping you reach your optimal health, we pride ourselves on our community involvement.

We have direct affiliations with:

Ottawa Senators

CHEO Foundation

Angels of Hope

Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation

Maplesoft Survivorship Centre

The Good Companions Seniors’ Centre

Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa

Toy Mountain

Army Run Soldier On

Please see below for further information on each of these fantastic initiatives.

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The Ottawa Senators Foundation believes that investing in programs and initiatives that promote both physical and mental wellness in our kids is a critical priority.  They are committed to ensuring that kids are given the opportunity to be active, engaged and to feel good about themselves.

CHEO Foundation

The sole purpose of the CHEO Foundation is to raise funds to help support the work of the  Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario. Donations help the hospital provide a wide variety of pediatric programs, research, state-of the art equipment, medical and nursing education, and assistance for families in crisis.

Angels of Hope

Angels of Hope is dedicated to raising funds to find and make available a non-toxic cure for brain cancer. Our efforts will help defeat GBM (Glioblastoma Multiforme), the most common and deadly brain tumor for both adults and children. The Angels of Hope through the United Way, are working to help brain cancer research right here in Ottawa. Together with the Ottawa Health Group the Angels of Hope have raised over $1 million for Brain Cancer Research at the CHEO Research Institute.


The Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation is dedicated to increasing cancer survivorship in Eastern Ontario. We support cancer care and research to prevent, detect, diagnose and cure cancer.

The Maplesoft Survivorship Centre is a home away from home for cancer survivors and their families. Designed to be a place of comfort and healing, Maplesoft provides Cancer Survivorship Care to assist patients and their families through every step of the cancer journey from pre-diagnosis, through the process of diagnosis and treatment, to post-treatment recovery. The Ottawa Health Group is proud to be involved with Maplesoft and provide care for the healing journey of their patients.


The Good Companions, a non-profit multi-service seniors’ centre, provides opportunities for men and women to participate in social, recreational, educational and volunteer activities and benefit from social and health services. Our mission is to promote and support the well-being, independence and zest for living of seniors in the greater Ottawa area through providing a congenial, stimulating, visible, accessible, safe and supportive centre, physical facilities and programs, and through providing services to seniors in their own homes.


The Boys and Girls Club of Ottawa (BGCO) has served the Ottawa community since 1923, reaching out to 4,500 children and youth each year through after-school, weekend and summer programs that build self-esteem and help to develop stronger social skills. Their mission is to provide a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.


Toy Mountain  was created over 20 years ago by the Salvation Army aiming to reach out to children in need throughout the Ottawa region. Toys are donated every Christmas and delivered to less fortunate children in time for Christmas morning. It is easy to get involved, please click here for further details.

Canada Army Run, is about Canadians and the Canadian Armed Forces – Air Force, Army, and Navy – joining together in the spirit of camaraderie and community. It’s a chance for the troops to extend the military esprit de corps to Canadians and to thank them for their support. And, it’s an opportunity for Canadians to say thanks to the men and women who serve them in so many ways at home and abroad.
Soldier On was created in 2006 with the aim of supporting ill and injured military personnel with a permanent or chronic disability, both still serving and retired, and their families to attain an active and healthy lifestyle. It supports these personnel in increasing their independence, in developing new skills, in achieving goals and opening the door to other life opportunities. It furnishes an opportunity for them to socialize and explore common interests, and share learning experiences.

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