Asking for assistance, even for the most worthy cause such as helping a child, is something that doesn’t come naturally for most, however great the rewards, but someone once said, “No man stands taller than he who stoops to help a child.”
You no doubt have heard about the Scottish Rite Charitable Foundation opening a Learning Centre in Hamilton to help Dyslexic children. So as to not beat around the bush, the center needs financial support to operate for the next five years. We currently have sufficient funds to renovate the home that has been provided on George St., but require assistance from the community in order to sustain its operation.
To be successful with this wonderful program, we are asking individuals to pledge an amount over the next three to five years, that will ensure we can help these children. If you consider your donation being spread over twelve months and understand the impact that might have, your annual contribution although significant, becomes easier to justify and your donation will generate a tax receipt for your benefit.
Select the donation tab for a form that allows for all sorts of flexibility when considering how you can help us help these children. Please do whatever you can, even if it’s a small amount, it will be appreciated.
If on the other hand you are able to make a difference, by submitting one of the larger choices, your contribution will be acknowledged in the appropriate manner in the Tutoring Home when completed.
Please consider helping at whatever level you feel comfortable, but we do need your assistance, so please make a pledge to donate rather than ignore this request.
We thank you on behalf of all the Dyslexic children we are planning to help.
(Donations can also be made directly through Canada Helps by selecting https://www.canadahelps.org/dn/31689. which will generate a tax receipt.)
Learning Centre for Hamilton Donation Form