While many things have changed over the last year, one has not. There are still many children and teens in our community that struggle during the holidays. With your assistance, we can help ensure that their holiday tables are full and that their basic needs are met. In the past we have asked participating companies to gather non-perishable goods and hygiene products. This year, as a result of COVID-19, we have coordinated with the Children’s Aid Society to transition donations exclusively to gift cards. This will eliminate the need for interaction and potential spread of the virus throughout the initiative. Many companies who participated last year have shown initial interest and some have already launched “Employer Matching Challenges”. If you are in a position to participate, we encourage you to rally your team as best as possible. Gift cards from grocery stores, pharmacies are the most versatile and will allow these children and families to stay well stocked in the months to come.Thank you for your support and we look forward to a great campaign TOGETHER !!!!


The Windsor Transportation Club would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who attended or sponsored this event that was held in February. 

We are very proud to announce that our event raised a total of $5,000.00 for the Welcome Centre Shelter for Women & Children. 

WTC President Jason Primeau along with executive Cheryl Hallman and Edit Egner present the cheque to Lady Laforet of the Welcom Centre Shelter for Women & Children.