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Charity Winner

WINNERS!

We are happy to announce that United Way Simcoe Muskoka was the winner of our 12th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. From April to June 2017 United Way SM accumulated the most votes through our online voting page. They had enough votes to edge out Habitat for Humanity, Housing Resource Centre and Wasaga Beach Cat Rescue. Congratulations to United Way SM! We hope the $1000 cheque will help with your efforts in our community. From left of picture presenting the cheque Bob Wood (Service Supervisor Nottawasaga Mechanical) Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical) Mary Thomas (United Way SM) and Dewan Sahu (Installation Supervisor Nottawasaga Mechanical). Thank you to everyone who participated. Our 13th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back Campaign will begin Mid July 2017.

United Way Simcoe Muskoka

United Way Simcoe Muskoka (UWSM) has been building community resources and assisting regional residents to achieve successful lives since 1959. Through fundraising, research, community investments and cross-sector partnerships, UWSM works to alleviate poverty for local residents, create increasingly accessible and inclusive communities, and to provide the supports necessary for our children and youth to get the best start possible in life.

Our work in South Georgian Bay supports the residents of Clearview, Collingwood, Town of the Blue Mountains, and Wasaga Beach. We currently fund programs delivered by eight community-based agencie, help low-income SGB residents access utility-support grants via our in-house call centre, and provide expertise and capacity-building supports to community round tables, steering committees and social programs. We seek support in our work to help every local resident achieve their full potential. Together, we are possibility.


We are happy to announce that Wasaga Beach YMCA was the winner of our 11th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. From January 6 to March 31, 2017 the Wasaga Beach YMCA accumulated the most votes through our online voting page. They had enough votes to edge out Habitat for Humanity, Housing Resource Centre and Wasaga Beach Cat Rescue. Congratulations to the Wasaga Beach YMCA! We hope the $1000 cheque will help with your efforts in our community. Presenting the cheque Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical) and a number of the Wasaga Beach YMCA staff. Thank you to everyone who participated. Our 12th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back Campaign will begin April 19, 2017.

Wasaga Beach YMCA

The Wasaga Beach YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka is a charity dedicated to the health of individuals and communities. We serve 1 in 5 people throughout Simcoe County and District of Parry Sound and Muskoka. We offer our participants opportunities for healthy living, personal growth, and community involvement. In keeping with our commitment to inclusiveness and accessibility, the YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka offers financial assistance programs to members of our community with lower incomes. The YMCA in Canada is dedicated to the growth of all persons in spirit, mind and body.

Amenities at the Wasaga Beach YMCA

  • Fitness & Wellness Centre
  • Gymnasium
  • Studio
  • Swimming Pools (lap pool & leisure pool)
  • Separate adult only change room with towel service & steam room
  • Family change room
  • Hot tub
  • Child Minding
  • SFree parking


We are happy to announce that Collingwood YMCA was the winner of our 10th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. From October 24 to December 22, 2016 Collingwood YMCA accumulated the most votes through our online voting page. They had enough votes to edge out Habitat for Humanity, Housing Resource Centre and Wasaga Beach Cat Rescue. Congratulations to Collingwood YMCA! We hope the $1000 cheque will help with your efforts in our community. From left of picture presenting the cheque Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical) and a number of the Collingwood YMCA staff, volunteers and members. Thank you to everyone who participated. Our 11th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back Campaign will begin January 6, 2017.

The Collingwood YMCA currently provides financial assistance to 750 local individuals. Donations to the Y make it possible for them to attend affordable, high-quality health, fitness & recreation programs, aquatics, child care and summer camp, regardless of the size of their bank account. We help alleviate the financial barriers that many adults, youth, children, seniors and families in our community face.

Since we opened our doors at 200 Hume Street over 30 years ago, we have had the pleasure of seeing thousands of community members benefit from programs made available at the Y through the generosity of our donors:

  • children learn an essential life skill by participating in swimming lessons
  • youth learn and grow at summer day camp, and develop self-confidence at Camp Kitchi
  • teens join friends for a game of basketball or participate in youth leadership training
  • families gain the long lasting benefits of physical activity enjoyed together
  • our programs bring people together who may not otherwise have met. Whether it's a new friend a child makes at camp or two people who always take the same fitness class, the connections people make at the YMCA every day reduce social isolation

Participation in Y programs enables people of all ages to learn skills, build relationships, develop a sense of self-worth, and achieve personal growth in spirit, mind and body. With your support we are able to continue to meet our community's growing needs and keep programs accessible for all.

Please support the Collingwood YMCA. Together, we are building healthy communities.

For more information, please visit www.YMCAofSimcoeMuskoka.ca


We are happy to announce that Breaking Down Barriers was the winner of our 9th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. This is the 2nd time Breaking Down Barriers has won our Gives Back campaign. From July 8, 2016 Breaking Down Barriers accumulated the most votes through our online voting page. They had enough votes to edge out Habitat for Humanity, Wasaga Beach Cat Rescue and Housing Resource Centre. Congratulations to Breaking Down Barriers! We hope the $1000 cheque will help with your efforts in our community. From left of picture presenting the cheque Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical), Andrea Abbott-Kokosin (Executive Director) and Casey Morrison. Thank you to everyone who participated. Our 10th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back Campaign will begin October 21, 2016.

Breaking Down Barriers

Breaking Down Barriers Independent Living Resource Centre provides supports, services and programs to enhance the opportunity for people with diverse disabilities to live independently in the communities of South Georgian Bay.

Breaking Down Barriers, a charitable organization founded in 1985, is the only organization in the Georgian Triangle promoting the Independent Living Philosophy. This philosophy promotes choice and control over the assistance and equipment/assistive devices needed for daily life. It means having access to amenities that society has to offer such as housing, transportation and health services. It also includes access to employment, entertainment, education, sports, recreation, and leisure and training opportunities. It is built on individual control and empowerment. Located in Collingwood, our service area is South Georgian Bay including Town of the Blue Mountains, Clearview, Wasaga Beach and Collingwood.

For more information, please visit www.breakingdownbarriers.ca


We are happy to announce that Home Horizon was the winner of our 8th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. From April 8 to June 30, 2016 Home Horizon accumulated the most votes on our online voting page. They had enough votes to edge out Habitat for Humanity, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and Wasaga Beach Cat Rescue. Congratulations to Home Horizon! We hope the $1000 cheque will help with your efforts in our community. From right of picture presenting the cheque Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical) and Doris Sensenberger (Executive Director). Thank you to everyone who participated. Our 9th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back Campaign will begin July 8, 2016.

Home Horizon

Home Horizon Transitional Support Program provides support to homeless women, children and youth in our community. A stable home environment, personal counselling and involvement in our life skills programs, families and single youth are able to rebuild their lives. With up to a year living in a positive environment children grow happier and their parent gain the strength to rebuild better lives. Our goal is help families become healthy and independent. With comfortable homes, program support, guidance and counselling women, children and youth work to be the best they can be.

In our commitment to better the lifestyles for our clients we have created workshops that will encompass the importance of Health and Life Choices.

The Kitchen is a program that covers social planning, community planning, budgeting, cooking, cleaning, organizational skills and covers Canada's Food Guide. This program provides much need awareness to making healthy choices while being aware of the food and environment in which you live.

To maintain the kitchen program we must purchase food for our cooking classes on a weekly basis. This program is ongoing and will not be subject to cancellation. In fact we hope to add new topics to the program as we grow.

Please visit www.HomeHorizon.ca to find out more info!


We are happy to announce that Clearview Community Theatre was the winner of our 7th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. From Jan 8 to March 31, 2016 Clearview Community Theatre accumulated over 1600 votes on our online voting page. That was enough votes to edge out Habitat for Humanity and Wasaga Beach Cat Rescue. Congratulations to CCT! We hope the $1000 cheque will help with your efforts in our community. From left of picture presenting the cheque Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical) and Diane Crittenden (Clearview Community Theatre). Thank you to everyone who participated. Our 8th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back Campaign will begin April 8, 2016.

Clearview Community Theatre

Clearview Community Theatre is committed to bringing all age groups in the community together to create a friendly, open and supportive environment for the creation of high quality, local theatrical productions, with special emphasis on the development of young people's theatre. This year we are celebrating 20 years of theatre excellence. Being a community theatre group without a building has many challenges, one being the toll the equipment takes on gear being transported to and from our various venues. We are currently fundraising for a much needed upgrade to our lighting system. For the past 19 years we have operated with heavy, cumbersome incandescent lighting. Switching to LED lighting will enable us to store, transport and setup our lighting more easily. It will also allow us more flexibility in colour changes during a presentation. We train interested youth in lighting and this new equipment would also take them into the digital world. This equipment will enable us to continue to provide this theatre experience to our community.

Please visit www.ClearviewCommunityTheatre.ca to find out more info!


We are happy to announce that Georgian Triangle Humane Society was the winner of our 6th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. From October 1 to Dec 21, 2015 Georgian Triangle Humane Society accumulated over 750 votes on our online voting page. That was enough votes to edge out Blue Mountain Foundation of the Arts, Clearview Community Theatre, The Collingwood G&M Hospital Foundation and Wasaga Beach Cat Rescue. Congratulations to GTHS! We hope the $1000 cheque will help with your efforts in our community. From left of picture presenting the cheque Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical) and Jessica Woolsey (GTHS Resource Development Coordinator). Thank you to everyone who participated. Our 7th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back Campaign will begin January 8, 2016.

The Georgian Triangle Humane Society

The Georgian Triangle Humane Society (GTHS) started in 1999 as the Collingwood & District Humane Society. We have changed the name to better reflect the geography we cover. We shelter, care for and adopt animals that are in need of a second home. We do not euthanize for population control, so it is imperative that we find homes for the animals that seek care in our shelter.

The Georgian Triangle Humane Society is a not-for-profit charity in the South Georgian Bay area. The shelter is operated by volunteers under the management of a Board of Directors and staff team. Our mission is to provide abandoned, neglected, and abused domestic animals a second chance in life at a forever home. We endeavour to accommodate as many domestic animals as our resources will allow in our dedicated shelter. We promote responsible pet ownership, including spay/neutering and micro chipping. Through educational programs we provide information regarding animal care, as well as the humane treatment of all domestic animals.

Funds from the Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back Grant will help the GTHS Guardian Angels Program.

The GTHS "Guardian Angel Program" brings awareness to those animals requiring extra medical attention while in our care. Animals placed in the program typically require extra treatment for injuries, illnesses, and/or long-term abuse or neglect. On average, each animal placed in the program costs roughly $1,500 to treat and we have seen 15 animals come through the program annually. Our most recent guardian angel animal was a dog named Sammy who required extensive life saving surgery which cost the GTHS $2500. She received her surgery and found a forever home shortly after that!


We are happy to announce that Hospice Georgian Triangle was the winner of our 5th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. From July to October 2015 Hospice Georgian Triangle accumulated over 1500 votes on our online voting page. That was enough votes to edge out Blue Mountain Foundation of the Arts, The Door Youth Centre, The Collingwood G&M Hospital Foundation and Wasaga Beach Cat Rescue. Congratulations to Hospice Georgian Triangle! We hope the $1000 cheque will help with your efforts in our community. From left of picture Rommel Santiago (PSW), Lorraine Champion (Volunteer), Lorraine Garland (RN) and presenting the cheque Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical).

Hospice Georgian Triangle

Hospice Georgian Triangle, a registered charity, provides both professional and trained volunteer care and support to individuals living with life-limiting illness, to their families and to the bereaved, in the Georgian Triangle community. We operate as an integral partner of the health care system to ensure that palliative patients are treated with love, respect and receive compassionate care.

At the core of Hospice Georgian Triangle’s mandate are the In-Home Visiting and Bereavement Support programs. Since 1987, trained volunteers have provided support to our community. Companionship and Bereavement Support are the key services offered in our community for those families experiencing the end-of-life process. The volunteer provides practical information, emotional support, is knowledgeable about anticipatory grief and the grieving process, as well as the emotional and social challenges of supporting a loved one at end-of-life.

Campbell House opened its doors on August 5, 2014 with 6 residential end-of-life care beds. Registered Nursing and Personal Support Care is provided 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. The philosophy of Hospice Palliative Care focuses on patients and families and meeting their needs, including medical, emotional and spiritual care.

For more information, please see our website at www.hospicegeorgiantriangle.com.


We are happy to announce that Breaking Down Barriers was the winner of our 4th Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. From April 8, 2015 to June 30, 2015 Breaking Down Barriers accumulated just under 600 votes on our online voting page. That was enough votes to edge out Blue Mountain Foundation of the Arts, The Door Youth Centre, Free Spirit Gardens and Wasaga Beach Cat Rescue. Congratulations to the Breaking Down Barriers! We hope the $1000 cheque will help with your efforts in our community. From left of picture presenting the cheque is Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical), Andrea Abbott-Kokosin (Executive Director). There will be 5 charities involved in the next round of voting. Voting will start July 8/15. Please cast your votes at our website.

 

Breaking Down Barriers

Breaking Down Barriers Independent Living Resource Centre provides supports, services and programs to enhance the opportunity for people with diverse disabilities to live independently in the communities of South Georgian Bay.

Breaking Down Barriers, a charitable organization founded in 1985, is the only organization in the Georgian Triangle promoting the Independent Living Philosophy. This philosophy promotes choice and control over the assistance and equipment/assistive devices needed for daily life. It means having access to amenities that society has to offer such as housing, transportation and health services. It also includes access to employment, entertainment, education, sports, recreation, and leisure and training opportunities. It is built on individual control and empowerment. Located in Collingwood, our service area is South Georgian Bay including Town of the Blue Mountains, Clearview, Wasaga Beach and Collingwood.

For more information, please visit www.breakingdownbarriers.ca


In an effort to give back to the community that supports our business, we are happy to announce that the Housing Resource Centre was the winner of our 3rd Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. From January 9/15 to March 31/15 Housing Resource Centre accumulated over 600 votes on our online voting page. That was enough votes to edge out Breaking Down Barriers, The Wasaga Beach Ministerial Food Bank, Blue Mountain Foundation of the Arts and The Door Youth Centre. Congratulations to the Housing Resource Centre! We hope the $1000 cheque will help with your efforts to reduce homelessness in our community. From left of picture Carri Heaslip (Housing Support Worker), presenting the cheque is Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical), Lucy Gowers (Executive Director), Marcia Adams (Client Services) and Taylor Marie Pease (Co-op Student). There will be 5 charities involved in the next round of voting. Voting will start April 10/15. Please cast your votes at our website.

 

The Housing Resource Centre

You CAN Help Us Make a Difference!

The lack of affordable housing and homelessness is a growing issue!

Over the past few years, The Housing Resource Centre has been working towards becoming the first stop for housing solutions in the Georgian Triangle area. The Housing Resource Centre’s primary focus is to assist individuals in acquiring permanent housing and to prevent homelessness in this region. We provide essential support and information about how to find or keep appropriate housing. This includes vacancy listings and referrals to many local services.

The services we provide are critical to those in crisis who need assistance to find/keep housing that they can afford, and we invite you to be a part of this vital effort by voting for us. Your generous support will make a significant impact in the work we do. Over the last few years, over 15,000 people have accessed our services to help them find suitable housing and or help with the basic necessities of life. We help families and individuals gain a firm foundation upon which to build better lives. Safer, well-maintained affordable houses improve living conditions; improve the health, well-being and outlook of people of all ages. A stable home builds connection, pride, and greater opportunities for work. And, an opportunity to be a beneficiary of your generosity will have benefits that are far-reaching and undeniable.

…helping us to continue to make a considerable difference in the lives of many more!

The Housing Resource Centre is grateful to Nottawasaga Mechanical for this opportunity and encourage you to get to know us better by checking us out online at: www.housingfirstsouthgeorgianbay.ca.


In an effort to give back to the community that supports our business, we are happy to announce that Habitat for Humanity South Georgian Bay was the winner of our 2nd Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. From Oct 1/14 to Dec 21/14 Habitat accumulated over 950 votes on our online voting page. That was enough votes to edge out Big Brothers Big Sisters, My Friends House, Breaking Down Barriers and The Wasaga Beach Ministerial Food Bank. Congratulations to Habitat for Humanity. We hope the $1000 cheque will help with your next build. From right of Picture Dennis Wilson (ReStore Store Manager), Joy Fleury (Executive Director) and presenting the cheque is Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical). There will be 5 charities involved in the next round of voting. Voting will start January 5/15. Please cast your votes at our website.

 

Habitat for Humanity South Georgian Bay

Habitat for Humanity South Georgian Bay builds more than houses. We help build stronger communities, healthier families and a stronger economy through homeownership. The benefits of owning an affordable home are incalculable: the security, comfort and satisfaction that comes from waking up every day in a place that you can call your own are life changing. For too many Canadian families, home ownership is a dream that is out of reach.

Low-income families often find themselves in sub-standard rental housing, choosing between rent and necessities, trapped in a cycle of poverty often complicated by health challenges.

Here are the facts:

* Over 12% of Canadian families struggle to get by without a safe, decent and affordable place to live - that's 1.3 million families.

* 1 in 10 Canadian children lives in poverty.

* Inadequate housing negatively affects Canadians' health, which reduces their productivity, limits national competitiveness, and indirectly drives up the cost of health care and welfare and can result in negative health outcomes, from physical health issues such as respiratory disease and asthma due to moulds and poor ventilation to mental health issues.

Since 2002, Habitat for Humanity South Georgian Bay has worked to change that. With generous donations of funds and materials, and countless volunteer hours, Habitat supporters have enabled 9 local families to buy homes - with two more on the horizon!

Affordable homeownership is the key that unlocks the door for these individuals and their families. Habitat for Humanity is dedicated to this one endeavour - handing over that key to a new life, not just the keys to a new house.

For more information, please visit www.habitatgeorgianbay.ca


In an effort to give back to the community that supports our business, we are happy to announce that the Georgian Triangle Humane Society (GTHS) was the winner of our first Nottawasaga Mechanical Gives Back campaign. From July 1/14 to Sept 30/14 the GTHS accumulated over 850 votes on our online voting page. That was enough votes to edge out Big Brothers Big Sisters, My Friends House, Breaking Down Barriers and Elephant Thoughts. Congratulations to GTHS. We hope the $1000 cheque will help your shelter. Left of Picture Calla Lyon (Manager of Marketing GTHS) holding Venus (Adoption Candidate) and presenting the cheque is Jacob Carr (Operations Manager Nottawasaga Mechanical).

 

Georgian Triangle Humane Society

Georgian Triangle Humane Society (GTHS) is a registered charity dedicated to helping animals in need, since 1999. GTHS has no formal boundaries; it serves the area commonly known as the 'Georgian Triangle', which includes the communities of Wasaga Beach, Stayner, Creemore, Collingwood, The Blue Mountains, Thornbury, Clarksburg, Meaford and the surrounding areas. At times we have provided assistance to animals beyond this region.

OUR Mission
The Georgian Triangle Humane Society is a not-for-profit charity in the South Georgian Bay area. Our mission is to provide abandoned, neglected, and abused domestic animals a second chance in life at a forever home. We endeavor to accommodate as many domestic animals as our resources will allow in our dedicated shelter. We promote responsible pet ownership, including spay/neutering and micro chipping. Through educational programs we provide information regarding animal care, as well as the humane treatment of all domestic animals.

OUR Vision
We dream and work towards a world in which there are no stray, unwanted, abandoned, neglected or abused companion 
animals by building awareness of animal welfare rights, and promoting responsible pet ownership.


 
 
Nottawasaga Mechanical is a Simcoe County Cooling, Air Conditioning, Air Source and Geothermal Heat Pump, Ductless Mini-Split, Boiler and Furnace repair, service, replacement and maintenance Company located in Wasaga Beach. Nottawasaga Mechanical employs only the best gas, refrigeration and sheet metal technicians air conditioner repairs and, gas or propane (LP) furnace and heater repairs as well as all air conditioner replacements, furnace replacements, geothermal installations, heat pump replacements and boiler replacements in Wasaga Beach ON, Collingwood ON, Nottawa ON, Blue Mountains ON, Stayner ON, Clarksburg ON,Thornbury ON, Craigleith ON, Creemore ON , Duntroon ON, Mulmur ON, Barrie ON, New Lowell ON, Mansfield ON, Meaford ON, Midhurst ON, Minesing ON, Honeywood ON, Alliston ON, Elmvale ON, Singhampton ON, Utopia ON, Wyevale ON, Woodland Beach ON, Baxter ON, Beeton ON, Orangeville ON, Caledon ON, Bradford ON, Christian Island ON, Cookstown ON, Dundalk ON, Epping ON, Eugenia ON, Hillsdale ON, Hornigns Mills ON, Innisfil ON, Lavendar ON, Loretto ON, Markdale ON, Midland ON, Phelpston ON, Primrose ON, Ravenna ON, Rob Roy ON, Shanty Bay ON, Rockford ON, Snow Valley ON, Terra Nova ON, Shelburne ON, Utopia ON, Thunder Beach On, Vasey ON, Victoria Harbour ON and many others in between. To set-up a repair service estimate or replacement estimate, call 705 429-3512. So when you ask to find "A good heating and air conditioning repair or service company near me," you've come to the right place. Nottawasaga Mechanical is an authorized factory dealer of many brands and services all furnace, AC, humidifier, filter, thermostat and water heater brands including York, WaterFurnace, Lennox, Carrier, Bryant, Payne, Trane, Rheem, Ruud, Amana, Frigidaire, Gibson, Goodman, Lochinvar, Maytag, Weil McLain, A O Smith, American Standard, General, April Aire, Honeywell, White Rogers, Daikin, Mitsubishi, Fujitsu, and Bradford White.