KidsAbility needs our help to support children and youth in the Waterloo Region. 

How Can I Help?

As the school year comes to an end, there is still time to make a positive difference in our community while getting active and having fun! The fundraising campaign has now been extended until Friday, June 21, 2024, giving us more time to reach our goal.

If you know someone who is in a position to donate, please consider sharing this campaign with them. Their donation will help support over 17,000 children and youth to reach their communication, social, physical and behavioural goals each year.

Currently, donations are at $21,429. Let’s work together to reach our goal!

Together, we can make a lasting impact and support children.

KidsAbility: Donate Now

Congratulations from Director jeewan chanicka

jeewan chanicka, Director of Education, congratulates and expresses gratitude to all the students and staff who have helped make this campaign a success. 

“I am thrilled to see schools across our district hosting Superpower Celebrations. These events will highlight the joy of staying active and the profound impact physical activity and being outdoors have on our mental health and well-being.”

Watch the full video message here: 

Congratulations from Director jeewan chanicka

How to make a donation

  1. Head to the KidsAbility donation portal to begin the process
  2. Click “Find Your School,” and type in the school name you would like to support
  3. Click “Donate Now” and select the amount you would like to donate
  4. Finally, fill in the rest of the form to complete your donation

Why Give to KidsAbility?

KidsAbility is a local community partner that supports many WRDSB students and their families to reach their communication, physical or developmental needs:

  • Assessments
  • Diagnoses and clinical treatment
  • Specialized programs and therapies
  • Specialized equipment and resources

Let’s celebrate our individual superpowers, which make each of us unique. Together, we can empower all students to realize their full potential.

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