TORONTO, Jan. 17 /CNW/ - The Dreamcatcher Foundation is excited to learn
that 10 year old Kaiya Maracle is donating ALL of her birthday
money-$200.00 to the charity.
Kaiya who saw an ad posted for the Aboriginal Charitable Organization
-The Dreamcatcher Foundation- at a local Pow-Wow decided that she would
donate the funds so that other kids could benefit from the money and
enjoy the everyday things she does as a kid going to school in Toronto.
Kaiya has no previous links to the charity and this was her first time
ever coming across the Foundation.
She wanted to help the Foundation keep granting the more than 5000
wishes it already has across the country!
The Dreamcatcher Foundation is a registered National Charitable
Organization with objectives and a mission to address situations unique
to the First Nations community. The Foundation provides support through
grants to individuals and children with a goal of developing youth as
future community leaders. The Foundation also provides grants to
community involvement projects that have a lasting and positive impact
on their members.
The Foundation contributes to eligible applicants in the areas of:
Join us Thursday January 20th at 4:00pm at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto as Kaiya presents
the Dreamcatcher Foundation with her birthday money!
Time- 4:00 pm
Location- Native Canadian Centre of Toronto
16 Spadina Road
Toronto, ON M5R 2S7
SOURCE The Dreamcatcher Foundation
For further information:
Media Contact Sonya Singh