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Home Instead’s “Best & Brightest”

 

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On Wednesday, June 26, Home Instead’s Greg Bechard and Dan Gallagher were part of a four man team that took to the greens for Cane’s 7th Annual Charity Golf Classic.  “Sharing Without Merging”, was the event’s underlying theme as it was a joint venture initiative, cohosted by Etobicoke Senior Services and Peel Senior Link; part of an effort to improve home care and health care in our community. Proceeds will enhance present programs and services, as well as helping to support their latest in community service partnerships.

The dress code was Florescent and Neon Apparel, and it was obvious that our team was the best and brightest of the bunch.  In his own words Greg indicated, “The heat was sweltering, and it was the longest round of golf known to man, but we were able to keep our focus and pull it together.”  The team represented well, as Home Instead Senior Care was the Champion of the 2013 Community Cares Partnership Golf Tournament.  An engraved trophy will be presented and kept at each of the sites.

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Congratulations gentlemen!

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10th Annual Golf4Yuri Tournament

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On Saturday, May 11, Greg Bechard and Dan Gallagher, representing Home Instead Senior Care, participated in the 10th Annual Golf4Yuri tournament. The goal of this golf tournament is:
• To continue to provide support to ABI survivors
• To provide some respite for caregivers
• To promote community awareness and education about ABI (Acquired Brain Injury)

Golf4Yuri was created in the memory of Yuri Mutiger. It was established in order to in some small way help survivors of ABI and their families. Funds raised so far, have enabled several clients to attend the Boundless Adventure Camp http://www.charityintelligence.ca/images/toppicks/boundless%20adventures.pdf. As well as giving clients the opportunity to experience and participate in new and challenging tasks, meet new friends, it also provides a most needed respite for the care-givers. ABI does not just affect the person that has suffered the injury, it also has a deep impact on family and friends.

Hundred golfers teed off and two teams ended up tied at -6. They raised lots of money for BIAPH’s (Brain Injury Association of Peel and Halton) Caregiver Refief Program. They met the goal of raising over $100,000 in support of ABI survivors and their families and loved ones.
For more stories and pics from this event, visit http://www.biaph.com.

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