Spring Fling in Support of a New Home for Seniors

Spring Fling

The Ontario Finnish Resthome Foundation and Uusi Koti is hosting their Spring Fling Fundraiser on May 1st. The fundraiser is to support their New Home Campaign for Seniors’ Independent Living.

This fun evening at the Marconi Club begins with cocktails at 6pm and a pasta dinner at 7pm. Cash bar all evening. Be entertained by Frankly Speaking while outbidding your friends at the silent auction and raffles. This event is for adults 19 years of age or older.

Guests are invited to enter a bid on a large variety of silent auction prizes and raffle items generously donated by local businesses and individuals. Almost $10,000 in prizes will be drawn through out the evening. We have over 100 items including a Yamaha Home Theatre and a Wheel Barrel of Wines. Current corporate sponsors of the Spring Fling 2015 Fundraiser include Sal-Dan Construction Ltd., MET Engineering, Stem Engineering Group, Algoma Financial Group, Peter MacLean of Platinum Health Benefits Solutions, Wishart Law Firm LLP and Arthur Funeral Home & Cremation Centre – call us to become a Corporate Sponsor.

Funds raised from the Spring Fling Fundraiser will go to our Uusi Koti – the New Home Campaign for Seniors’ Independent Living. With an ever-growing aging population and an increasing need for housing and services, the Ontario Finnish Resthome family is committed to providing the best care for its residents, and supporting seniors in our community as a whole.

Tickets are only $30.00 will include entrance and dinner. Tickets can be purchased through the Foundation Fundraising Office at (705)-945-9987 ext. 257 or by visiting 721 North St. Tickets will also be available at the Station Mall on April 28th and 29th from 10am to 6pm. You can also pick up tickets at Paul’s Bakery at 213 Wellington St. W. until April 29th. There will be limited tickets at the door so get your tickets now to avoid disappointment.



The Ontario Finnish Resthome Foundation (OFRF) is a non-profit charitable organization providing safe and affordable housing to all seniors in the Algoma District. With three current buildings, OFRA provides all levels of seniors care and is known for their exceptional quality of services and currently houses to over 300 residents. OFRF (The Ontario Finnish Resthome Foundation) is anticipating and meeting the ever-growing needs of the seniors in the Algoma communities by launching the Uusi Koti – A New Home: Campaign for Seniors Independent Living. OFRF is committed to raising $2 million towards the construction of the new senior’s residence. For more information on OFRF and the Uusi Koti campaign, or to donate, please contact the Fundraising Office at 705-945-9987 ext. 257 or visit the website at www.ontariofinnishresthome.ca.