Donations

Help Make a Difference in Someone’s Life

Thank you for considering a donation to Gateway Centre for Learning.  Your donation helps make a major difference in someone’s life.  Imagine for a moment……  Really stop and think about what it must be like to have difficulty with or be unable to read.  Imagine never having the satisfaction of finishing a really good book.  Imagine trying to find and hold a job.  What about helping your children with their homework?  

Your donation to Gateway Centre for Learning helps improve the quality of the lives of the people that use our discreet services.  These are our friends, neighbours, co-workers, children and people in OUR community!

Every dollar makes a difference.  Thank you for your generous support.

Our charitable number is: 119040319RR0001

How to Donate:

      – By Phone / In Person …. Contact Us!

      – Canada Helps website. Click here 

Charitable Tax Receipts will be issued for donations over $20.00

      – Shoppers Optimum Points – Transfer your points to Gateway to help us purchase needed supplies. Click https://www.shoppersoptimum.ca/OptimumTransfer/en_CA/person.do  and fill out the form (if you are not already registered, please click on the bottom left link: Sign Up now). Our Optimum number is: 603207793284721

 

How Your Donation Helps:

 

Guys Who Care

 

Guys Who Care North Simcoe donated $14,800 to Midland’s Gateway Centre for Learning.

 

 

Huronia Communities Foundation

Gateway Centre for Learning would like to thank Huronia Communities Foundation for supporting their Hospitality Employability Leadership Performance (HELP) program.  HELP delivers occupational curriculum specific to the hospitality and retail industries.  Successful participants will be able to confidently enter the hospitality and retail industry with a full set of up to date and relevant skills.

 

Gateway Centre for Learning accepts a $3000 cheque from Cedar Ridge Pops.  The donation will be used to sponsor the 7th Annual Spelling Bee event on Sunday, February 1, 2015.

 

Innovative Automation Inc.

Gateway Centre for Learning would like to thank United Way of Greater Simcoe County and Jessica Caston at Community Reach for arranging to have Innovative Automation Inc. send in a team of volunteers to assist us as part of the Day of Caring.

We appreciate all of Kim Marshall’s efforts and the incredible gift of time and talent provided by the following individuals, pictured left: Ron McMeekin, Barry Lightheart, Steven Goorts, Adam Ritchie, Scott MacLennan and Lee Forget.

 

 

GATEWAY CENTRE FOR LEARNING is a not for profit registered charity.
Our charitable number is: 119040319RR0001.