Residents in Greater Sudbury living with a brain injury need our help to expand their supportive housing for members in the community that are searching for necessary accommodations.
NPHC’s Wade Hampton House in Sudbury, a home for people with Acquired Brain Injuries (ABI), currently has a waiting list of twenty-five people. As of April 1, 2015, March of Dimes Canada has embarked on a Capital Campaign to build a second residence to accommodate ten more people with Acquired Brain Injury .
We recently launched a crowdfunding page to raise $10,000 towards the Moving A-Head campaign and every contribution counts. Please consider contributing today! Crowdfunding also comes with “perks” from March of Dimes Canada, which is a token of our gratitude acknowledging your contribution. If you would like to claim a perk, please select which perk you would like when you make your donation.
Any contribution amount over $20 will receive a tax-deductible receipt once the campaign ends. Our crowdfunding campaign will run for 30 days and end November 15, 2015.
Here is the link to our crowdfunding page: http://bit.ly/MoviAH
If you cannot contribute, please consider sharing our campaign on Facebook and Twitter to help spread the word in your community!
Please help us build a second home to care for loved ones with severe disabilities.
Did you know that Northern Ontario
has a higher prevalence of brain injury?
"Having a Congregate Care facility built in Sudbury where young people could
get better and live together would be a God send for my son and our family."
- Mother of a 28 Year Old Survivor