Decor Innovations and Distinctive Rail are privileged to support both local and distant communities. Whether participating directly in charitable projects or supporting community partners, founder Bill Hutt and his staff appreciate the opportunity to give to their neighbours and serve in their communities.
Featured below are some of the groups they have been privileged to work with.
Built as a support to Construction project needs for Covid19 virus across Ontario. Recognizing that hand washing is a key component to stopping the spread of the virus, DIDR has developed a single and double wash station contact us for pricing.
We recognize the impact on communities around the world. Our connection with YUGO international and relationships with many church’s in areas of need has us putting together food relief for families impacted by Covid19. These families have lost their jobs and also the culture coupled with poverty does not allow for forward planning of stores of food. We are currently supporting 60+ families each week in Maneadero Ensenada, Baja Mexico.
The EOC is a house-building mission organization operated by Yugo Ministries located in Baja California, Mexico. They build houses for families in need, with a hope and goal that is far greater than shingles and drywall. Their desire is to bring people together, to build relationships, and to love people.
Involved with Yugo Ministries outreach each year since 2003 we are blessed to have been involved in building over 40 homes, a church and local support programs.
Yugo ministries – Ensenada campus http://www.yugo.org/short-term-missions
Support provided directly.
The Habitat for Humanity movement was founded in 1976 in Americus, Georgia. The program developed from the concept of “partnership housing” where those in need of adequate shelter work side by side with volunteers from all walks of life to build simple, decent houses. In 1985 the movement spread to Canada with the formation of the first Canadian affiliate in Winkler, Manitoba. From these simple beginnings the Habitat for Humanity movement in Canada has grown to 70 affiliates in 10 provinces and two territories and has been successful in placing more than 1,000 families into new homes.
Support provided directly.
The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of Canada (CCFC) believes that a cure will be found for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. To realize this, the CCFC is committed, first and foremost, to raise increasing funds for medical research.
The CCFC also believes it is important to make all individuals with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) aware of the Foundation, and educate these individuals, their families, health professionals and the general public about these diseases.
Support provided through Ballantry Homes.