As we say goodbye to 2021 and welcome 2022, we reflect on the challenges, adjustments, and new realities we have all had to face in our work and personal lives. We continue to be very appreciative and thankful for the relationships we have with all our clients, business partners and colleagues.
For your continued friendship, support, and most of all your trust in us, we say Thank You.
We also value the relationship we have with the communities in which we live and work, and we continue to provide some support and to show our thanks through our Cornwall Cares program.
Cornwall Cares was created years ago to formalize our efforts to support local, national, and international causes. Whether we are providing money, time, or both, we continue to be inspired to aid others in need around us.
From everyone at Cornwall Wealth Management, we wish you a healthy and prosperous 2022.
Through our Cornwall Cares program, we are proud to have made donations in 2021 to the following worthy causes:
Ian Anderson House is Ontario’s first in-resident cancer hospice; it offers quality end-of-life palliative care by trained medical professionals, without charge, for those who cannot be given the necessary round-the-clock care in their own homes. The facility is designed to create a homey and safe environment where residents, and families of residents receive the care they need.
Fare Share Food Bank Oakville is a non-profit registered charity that has been run entirely by volunteers since 1987. This year saw another large increase in support requests from the Food Bank.
Sleeping Children Around the World is a 100% charitable global community of volunteers & partners. Sleeping Children has transformed the lives of over 1.5 million children in developing countries by providing bedkits for a good night’s sleep.
Thrive Counselling Services Halton Inc. is a comprehensive counselling agency serving the Halton Region. They have helped thousands of people struggling with individual and family issues including family conflict, separation, divorce, depression, abuse or violence and grief and loss.
The Lighthouse Program for Grieving Children provides a place where children, teens and families grieving a death, feel safe to share their feelings with peers who understand. The support groups and services are provided free for families for as long as they need help.
Kerr Street Mission helps the community of Oakville care for low-income and at-risk families and youth: by coming alongside families in distress and helping them get to a healthier, more sustainable situation, and by developing youth so they don’t end up in poverty.
Empowerment Squared Since 2008, Empowerment Squared has used education, sports, and the development of social skills to empower newcomer, refugee and marginalized youth and communities in Canada and Liberia. Programs focus on access to quality educational support and mentorship, development of social and leadership skills, and contribution to building peaceful and vibrant communities.
Canadian Mental Health Association Halton Region Branch Each year, more than 100,000 Canadians are assisted through the combined efforts of more than 10,000 volunteers and staff. CMHA promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness.
Oakville Parent-Child Centre OPCC’s mission is to support, nurture and empower children and their families as they learn and grow together. This is reflected in the commitment OPCC makes to families, in daily activities and interactions, and in the value placed on early childhood development.