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Donate to Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre

Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre has been selected as our charity this holiday season.

For nearly 100 years, Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre has been serving families in Little Burgundy

During the month of December, CBC will be working with Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre to showcase stories of people in our community who are making a difference for our "Make the Season Kind" campaign. (CBC)

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Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre has been selected as CBC Montreal's charity this holiday season.

Throughout December, CBC will collaborate with Tyndale St-Georges to showcase stories of people in our community who are making a difference.

Since 1927, Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre has provided educational programming for residents of Little Burgundy. Here, members of Tyndale St-Georges’ Pre-Employment Program attend their graduation ceremony. (Tina Naim)

About Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre

Since 1927, Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre has provided empowering educational programming for residents of Little Burgundy from birth through adulthood. Programs range from early literacy programs to life skills training for adults. Their aim is to ensure that each member of the community has the opportunity and skills needed to realize their potential.

"Being selected as one of CBC's charities is an absolute privilege and honour", says Shauna Joyce, the centre's executive director. "It has been a challenging year for many people and we want the Little Burgundy community to know that, more than ever, we are here".

How you can help

Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre is currently running a 125K Matching Gift Campaign to help recoup the lost revenue from fundraising events canceled because of the Coronavirus pandemic. The campaign runs until December 31, 2020. Anyone who donates during the month of December automatically gets entered into a draw to win a pair of CBC Socks.

Anyone who donates to Tyndale St-Georges in December 2020 automatically gets entered into a draw to win a pair of CBC Socks. (CBC)

In addition to monetary donations,  these are the kinds of other items Tyndale St-Georges would love to receive: 

  • New children's books for their Children's Library – Tyndale St-Georges Children's Library.
  • New winter clothing for children 0 to adolescence. These would be given to participants in their programs in need of winter clothes as well as children of the adult participants at Tyndale's Adult Centre.
  • School supplies to use at the centre and also to give out to young participants of the centre's programs.
  • Pre-prepared food baskets that the centre could give out to their adult and senior participants as gifts.

For details on how to give, please contact Tina Naim at tinanaim@tyndalestgeorges.com

Raffles - your chance to win 2 airline tickets OR a piece of costume jewelry from Schitt$ Creek!

Another way to support Tyndale St-Georges is through buying a raffle ticket. You could win for a pair of Air Canada Economy Class tickets, donated by the Air Canada Foundation.  The airline tickets are valid until December, 2021. 

Deadline to purchase tickets is 11:59 p.m. on December 31st 2020. Tyndale St-Georges will randomly select the lucky winner January 4th 2021.

Enter the Air Canada raffle here.

Also up for grabs is a brooch was worn by Catherine O'Hara on the CBC Television series Schitt's Creek. The Cartier knock-off has been generously donated by series costume designer Debra Hanson in support of Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre. Hanson received an Emmy award for her costume design in the contemporary costume design category in 2020 for her work on Schitt's Creek

Enter the Schitt$ Creek raffle here.

 

For more CBC stories about Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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