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Community Unity

 We CAN work together to support our community.

 

The Collingwood Salvation Army provides needed assistance to those in our community who require it most.

Our Food Bank is 100% funded and supplied by the community.

We realize that there are many people who may not have much to spare right now – that’s totally okay! If you do find yourself in a position where you’re able to help, that would be wonderful. Any contribution will make a huge difference and help ease the burden this terrible time will impose upon the community around you.

And don’t forget about other non-profit organizations in our community that are being impacted right now.  Consider an organization close to you that could also use your support, like My Friend’s House and the Collingwood General & Marine Hospital Foundation.  Click on the images below to find out more and consider making a donation if you can.

 

 

 

 

 

 


We want to hear about and share how you are supporting the community, either as a business or an individual!

Click the link below to see how local businesses are helping serve the community in their way – and if you run a business you can tell us what you’re doing at this link too!


HEALTH SECTOR DONATIONS

Municipal and health partners in Simcoe and Muskoka are working together to collect donations from local businesses, organizations or individuals of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and critical supplies!

They’ve posted a list of new and unused items they are looking for as donations:

  • N95 masks
  • Surgical masks
  • Face shields, protective goggles or safety glasses
  • Nitrile gloves (latex-free)
  • Reusable or disposable gowns
  • Medical thermometers
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Disinfectant wipes with a DIN# or with bleach cleaner
  • Hand soap

To donate, email EmergencyManagement@smdhu.org. They will not be accepting donations at any of their offices.

All donations will be collected in central depots in Simcoe and Muskoka, and will be issued to local health care providers in order of priority. They will arrange pick-up or delivery of your donated items with you.

For more information click HERE.


 

As an individual, tell us below (and add a photo if you can), how you’re helping those in your community.

We’ll be sharing your stories ON AIR, as well as our Facebook and Instagram pages!

We want to celebrate coming together as a community, and give you the recognition you deserve for stepping up supporting each other in a time where we need community the most!

Community Unity

Orillia toy store Jack and Maddy is helping make quarantine birthdays as special as can be. Contact them if you have a birthday kiddo and they will make sure the perfect birthday surprise is delivered to your doorstep! Just let them know a bit of info about the child and your price range. A customized package is put together and a picture is sent back for approval. The gift is then delivered at a designated time, to make your child’s special day extra special, even if they can’t be with their friends!

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