A decade of hard work

Twelve-year-old Lauren had difficulties reaching her milestones from a very early age. As a baby, she was very quiet, didn’t roll over or sit up. By the time she was

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Update on Grandview Kid, Rudra

For many years, Grandview Kids has followed the progress of one incredible Grandview Kid, Rudra. Today, Rudra is seven-years-old and loves video games, gardening, learning about the solar system, and

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Police Officer rides for Grandview Kids!

On Monday, April 29th, police officer Nafis began his five-day journey by bicycle from Ottawa to Toronto in support of Grandview Kids. This is his second time embarking on the

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Thank you Unifor Local 222 Women’s Committee

Our friends from Unifor Local 222 Women’s Committee stopped by Grandview Kids to make a donation from their International Women’s Day luncheon 50/50 draw. Thank you for selecting us as

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Thank you Megan!

Look who’s sweet on her Sweet 16! In lieu of gifts for Megan’s 16th birthday, she asked her guests to support Grandview Kids. Thank you for helping every child and

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Thank You Wilmot Creek Crafters

The Wilmot Creek Crafters have been busy sewing, stitching and crocheting in support of Grandview Kids. Jan and Beryl from Wilmot Creek Crafters stopped by with another donation in support

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Thank you to our friends at Rodman’s Heating & Air Conditioning

for continuing their Family Day tradition. Each Year Rodman’s Heating and Air Conditioning has spent their Family Day at the Oshawa Generals Game “Going Toonie for Grandview”. Rodman’s collects toonies

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Thank you to Intact Insurance

Thank you to Intact Insurance for your ten-thousand-dollar donation. This donation totals a $100,000 commitment Intact Insurance has made to help change the lives of children and youth throughout Durham

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Thank you Harmony Heights Gives Back Club

Thank you Harmony Heights Gives Back Club for visiting Grandview Kids to learn more about the work we do and for their generous donation to the Free To Read program.

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