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Community Involvement

Through its years as an organization in South Western Ontario, OE Canada has always maintained close ties with the communities it works in.

As a company, OE Canada lends its support to a wide variety of organizations and charities during the year. Our staff also become involved in numerous community activities- giving their time, expertise and energy to assist these worthwhile causes. As a private, family run organization, OE Canada was founded on the belief that a business should support the community that supports it. The values of compassion, support, charity and involvement apply equally in our professional and personal lives.

We are proud of our ongoing commitment and association with the following groups:

This annual auction hosted by the London Health Sciences Foundation directly supports critical areas of the hospital’s patient mandate. This year, proceeds will be put towards the funding of a daVinci robotic system to assist in the performance of minimally invasive surgery.

Minimally invasive care enables surgeons to perform less disruptive procedures, allowing patients to heal faster. The benefits of minimally invasive therapies include a shorter hospital stay, less post-operative pain, fewer surgical complications and improved health outcomes.

These therapies are a vital part of pioneering and applying innovations that improve the safety and quality of patient care through surgical technologies. That is why proceeds from this year’s Country Classic Auction will help fund the state-of-the-art da Vinci Si robotic systems at LHSC – Canada’s national training centre for robotic surgery.

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The Alzheimer’s Association is the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer’s care, support and research. The Alzheimer’s Association works on a global, national and local level to enhance care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and other dementias. We are here to help. The Association is the leading voice for Alzheimer’s disease advocacy, fighting for critical Alzheimer’s research, prevention and care initiatives at the state and federal level. We diligently work to make Alzheimer’s a national priority. Click here to view their website.

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London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC), one of Canada’s largest acute-care teaching hospitals, is dedicated to excellence in patient care, teaching and research. For more than 138 years, we have provided patient care for the people of London, the region, and beyond. Many national and international medical breakthroughs have been pioneered at LHSC, to the benefit of patients at home and around the world. Through our affiliation with Western University and more than 30 other educational institutions, we train more than 1,800 medical and health care professionals annually.

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St. Joseph’s Health Care Foundation assists the St. Joseph’s Health Care family by providing a critical link between care, research, philanthropy and the community. Through donor support the Foundation contributes to research initiatives, specialized equipment, advances in care delivery, and capital funds for hospital building projects.

The Foundation supports rehabilitation, acute ambulatory care, specialized mental health care, long term care, veterans care, specialized geriatric care and complex care including palliative care.

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The Distinguished Alumni Awards program honours individuals who have graduated from a Fanshawe College program and who have used their skills to improve themselves, their career field, their community, and their world. They are passionate about their interests and innovative in their actions, earning a high level of respect from their peer group of co-workers, industry associates and clients.

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Proust, an NHL player for the Montreal Canadians (and former London Knight). His annual charity golf tournament directly supports the Children’s Health Foundation program “Kids Kicking Cancer”. This program is a powerful tool for chronic pain management. Paediatric patients learn martial arts techniques that ease pain, boost self-confidence and give kids the strength to fight back.

The program has had immense success, enabling children to feel at peace without the help of additional pain medications. Your support will enable the program to expand further, improving even more kids’ lives.

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The London Bandits are an amalgamation of South Southeast Minor Hockey (SSE Wild) and the London Minor Hockey Association (LMHA Thunder) at the Competitive Level only.

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The London Junior Knights represent the City of London at all ages of AAA and AA Minor Hockey competing as part of the Minor Hockey Alliance of Ontario.

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The annual ‘Run for Retina Research’ is an event developed to raise funds for research at the Ivey Eye Institute in London Ontario. Thousands in our community and beyond suffer from genetic retina eye disorders such as Retinitis Pigmentosis, Best’s Disease, Usher Syndrome, Coat’s Disease, Age Related Macular Degeneration and Stargardt’s Disease, a juvenile form of Macular Degeneration.

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The Salvation Army exists to meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.

Core Values

There are three core values of our faithSalvation, Holiness and Intimacy with God.

Rooted in these three values are the seven core operational values which guide all aspects of The Salvation Army in Canada & Bermuda.
Compassion: We reach out to others and care for them.
Respect: We promote the dignity of all persons
Excellence: We strive to be the best at what we do and a model for others to emulate.
Integrity: We are honest, trustworthy, and accountable.
Relevance: We are committed to the pursuit of innovation and effectiveness.
Co-operation: We encourage and foster teamwork and partnerships
Celebration: We give thanks by marking milestones and successes.

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St. Joseph’s Hospice provides community based palliative and bereavement care to people living in London and the immediate surrounding area.

Our care teams focus on providing quality-of-life at the end-of-life, offering compassionate, holistic care and companionship. Our goal is to provide our clients and families with care that is delivered with careful and considerate thought to the individual needs of each client, with the intention of ensuring they live every day to the fullest, with dignity, meaning and hope.

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We are strategically positioned to leverage our collective resources and knowledge to deliver the greatest impact to the brain tumor community. Through catalytic funding models, robust research collaborations, and a focused public policy agenda, we’re driving systemic change to improve the pace of drug discovery and development.

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MADD Canada is the Canadian arm of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Its stated purpose is to stop impaired driving and to support victims. MADD Canada operates public awareness and education programs which focus on stopping impaired driving. Local activities are carried out by Chapters in approximately 100 communities across Canada.

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The Kitchener Soccer Club provides a fun, active way for children to develop a wide variety of skills- both on and off the field. The league is comprised of both a house league and competitive league, offering athletes of all interests to find their place. Thank you to all of our sponsors and volunteers who make this league an exciting opportunity in the KW community.

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The Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation look to our Anishinabe roots to guide our vision for the future as a strong, caring, connected community who respects the earth’s gifts and protects the environment for future generations. Our identity includes our history, language, culture, beliefs and traditions which we strive to incorporate into the programs and services offered to our community.

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Nor’West Soccer is taking soccer education to a new level. Under the guidance of the Canadian Soccer Association and the Ontario Soccer Association, the plan has been developed for our members. Long Term Player Development has been used by many top sports countries in Europe and South America for years. LTPD is a program for soccer player development, training, competition, and recovery based on biological age (i.e. physical maturity) rather than chronological age. It is player centred, coach driven, and administration, sport science, and sponsor supported.

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As First Nations people the Creator has entrusted us with the sacred responsibility for protecting all our children based on our customs, culture, values and beliefs. Mnaasged Child and Family Services aspires to meet this responsibility and to enhance the social harmony in our communities by implementing best practices and shared responsibility to support and improve the quality of life for our families now and for the next generations.

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Jesse’s Journey is a partnership of science and families dedicated to the discovery of treatment and cure of Duchenne muscular dystrophy – because parents should not outlive their children.

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Ronald McDonald House Southwestern Ontario is a home away from home for seriously ill or injured children and their families who have to travel to London for medical care.

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