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Funding support is needed in contribution towards the following charitable goals of our current beneficiaries:

alpha-300pxAlpha Centre
Programs being operated by the Alpha Centre, Commonwealth of Dominica – a school for mentally and physically challenged children. Your donation will help the children to meet their maximum potential and give them life skills and hope for a bright future where they would not have had a chance. We seek to raise funds to offer annual scholarships, and to help increase the student body of the Alpha Centre.
Dominica Association for the Mentally Handicapped:

msgr-300pxRoman Catholic Diocese of Roseau
(Diocesan Pastoral Centre)
Programs being operated by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Roseau, Commonwealth of Dominica. ie: Dominica Catholic Radio – a national listener-supported radio program reaching rural communities throughout the Commonwealth of Dominica ,which is dedicated to integral human development. And Courses for adult faith formation – Retreats and Workshops for various groups especially of the students and teachers from Catholic Schools. In 2013/14, a total of 1,400 Students and Teachers benefited from those programs.  We seek to raise funds to help keep the programs ongoing.
Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Roseau, Dominica:
Diocesan Pastoral Centre

Peter Munk Cardiac Centre
Your donation will also support the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, Toronto, towards the necessary development of smart technology that will reduce heart failure re-hospitalizations by identifying symptoms before they become problematic.
This support will help to make Toronto and the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre an internationally-recognized and sought-after site for heart failure research and treatment. We seek to raise funds to help provide technology needed to make the goal of optimizing outcomes, improving quality of life and reducing re-admission to hospital for patients with heart failure a reality.

163-300pxThe Mackenzie Health Foundation
The Mackenzie Health installed a new 3T MRI Scanner in fall 2014, with improved imaging capabilities. The new MRI is bigger and completes scans quicker enabling professionals to perform two additional scans a day. The Mackenzie Health has achieved the highest MRI efficiency rates in the Province and the lowest wait times in the Central Local Health Integrated Network (LHIN).
Mackenzie Health Foundation:

166On February 20, 2015, A Touch of Love and Hope proudly pledged $10,000. to Mackenzie Health Foundation which helped to successfully achieve their $5 million goal for the new MRI Scanner. At a ceremony held on March 27, 2015, Mackenzie Health unveiled its Donor Wall which includes, among the Donors – A Touch of Love and Hope, representing all our Patrons, Board of Directors, volunteers and members.