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Community Involvement

Doyle Salewski believes strongly in supporting the communities it serves. Financial difficulties and debt stress do not discriminate. People from all walks of life and levels of income can be adversely affected, and for this reason, we contribute annually to many charitable organizations.

Past donations have included the purchase of cargo vans for the Salvation Army and the Ottawa Food Bank, and a contribution toward the purchase of a chemotherapy chair for the Ottawa Hospital Foundation. Currently, an annual $5,000 donation is made to both the Petawawa Military Family Resource Centre and the Ottawa Food Bank. Doyle Salewski employees also rally together each year to contribute food for the Ottawa Food Bank, with the company matching their contributions.

Charities supported the last two years include:

  • Alterna Ultimate Run for Men’s Cancers 2012
  • Arnprior Special Olympics
  • Arnprior-Braeside-McNab Seniors at Home Program Inc.
  • Arnprior District Memorial Hospital Partners in Caring Foundation
  • Canada
  • Childrens Aid Foundation Gloucester
  • Coldest Night
  • Covenant House Toronto
  • First Baptist Church
  • Gloucester Cougars Atom B 2010 team
  • Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • Ontario Football Alliance
  • Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation
  • Partners in Caring – Digital Mammography Machine
  • Peacemakers Ministries
  • Petawawa Military Family Resource Centre
  • Renfrew County District School Board – AJC Playground
  • Ride to Conquer Cancer – Jewish General Hospital
  • SOS Children’s Villages Canada
  • The 3C Foundation of Canada
  • The International Knightly Order of St. George (Military Families)
  • The International Knightly Order of St. George (Operation Wolfpack)
  • The Loyola High School Foundation
  • The Mouth and Foot Painting Artists
  • The Ottawa Food Bank
  • Toronto Rehabilitation Institute Foundation
  • In His Care – Sleeping Bags for the Homeless Campaign
  • University of Ottawa Heart Institute