100 Guys Who Care supports local recreation program


The Centre for Social Justice and Good Works (the ‘Centre’) would like to thank 100 Guys Who Care for a contribution of $5,500 for the Centre’s ‘I Love to Move’ Recreation Program. This program is aimed at getting children physically active and develops important life skills. This free program is offered to children in the community at four locations throughout the city:

·         Queen Elizabeth Public School (139 Elizabeth Street)

·         The TECH (130 Wellington Street E)

·         Holy Family Catholic School (42 Rushmere Drive)

·         Boreal Public School (Formerly Rosedale – 90 Chapple Avenue)

The Centre is grateful for the support from 100 Guys Who Care and like to thank all members who believe in giving back to the community. The Centre is committed to have a positive and lasting impact on Sault’s youth community by providing them the opportunity to get active and have fun!

To register, volunteer or get more information, please contact:

Centre for Social Justice and Good Works


email: [email protected]

website: www.centresjgw.com