Centennial Infant and Child Centre’s 50th Anniverary Founder’s Dinner
Tim Hudak shares his family’s story.
Isy Ouelette shares her inspiring journey.
Christina Toilas opens up about her experience at CICC.
The Monk’s Table has been a wonderful friend to Centennial. With the help of their patrons, over $1,800 was raised for Centennial’s programs at their annual Christmas ‘Mix and Mingle’! We are extremely grateful to The Monk’s Table and their patrons for choosing to support our Centre.
Please click here to learn about all of the amazing programs, services, and events that have been going on around Centennial this Fall/Winter!
Please click here to learn about all of the exciting programs and events going on around Centennial this summer!
Thank you to our outstanding volunteers, enthusiastic participants, and generous donors & sponsors who made Centennial’s 5th Annual Going for Gold Curling Bonspiel fundraiser a huge success. With your support, we raised over $32,000 for Centennial’s programs!
Please click here to view the Going for Gold Curling Bonspiel photo gallery.
Carol Gibson has been organizing a charity bonspiel for the Centennial Infant and Child Centre since 2010, so far raising $120,000.
Carol, one of Centennial’s most dedicated volunteers, is on CICC’s Board of Directors, volunteered in the classroom for years, and has chaired numerous fundraisers including the annual mixed Curling Bonspiel which was featured in the Globe and Mail.
CICC Foundation’s 5th Annual ‘Going for Gold’ Curling Bonspiel will be held on Saturday January 25th, 2014 at the Toronto Cricket Skating & Curling Club.
In the spirit of the 2014 Winter Olympics, please join us for some friendly competition on the curling rink.
$175 per curler includes: Snacks, dinner, and two four-end games
$100 includes: Dinner only
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Recent research at the University of Toronto has demonstrated the value of using iPads with very young children who are challenged with verbal communication.
Centennial was the fortunate recipient of private grants which enabled us to purchase 3 iPads with appropriate apps for our children. In January, the “iPad Project” was launched!
Introducing Bruno (pictured) to the iPad was a wonderful experience for our staff occupational therapist, the teachers and volunteers…he was immediately engaged and delighted! The touch tablet has enabled him to communicate, to make choices, and to express himself.
Thank you to our generous donors who have made this possible.