Kind words from good friends

I often catch myself just sitting and looking at my daughter. It doesn't seem to matter whether she is sleeping or fussing, or doing just about anything, I dream and I imagine about all the things she'll be able to do in her lifetime.
It's a simple fact that for some kids it's going to cost an awful lot to do the things that hopefully my daughter and most children, will be able to take for granted. I am amazed at the generosity the people have given to KRG Children's Charitable Foundation and in turn, the work that KRG has been able to do for so many kids.

John Derringer

Host, Q107's Derringer in the Morning

KRG Children's Charitable Foundation has taken on a transformational role at Camp Oochigeas. Through their generous donation, KRG has enabled us to create a state of the art, accessible high ropes course. This course provides our special children with an opportunity to challenge themselves in a safe and exciting environment. Without the support of KRG, this would not have been possible.

Rob Drynan

Executive Director

Camp Oochigeas

On behalf of the Haliburton Broadcasting Group and in particular, our Moose 99.5 FM flagship station in Bracebridge, Muskoka, I'd like to take this moment to thank Steven Wise and your team for supporting our 3rd annual Moose FM Kids Christmas RADIO-thon in support of The Salvation Army. It was great to have Steve on the air during our broadcast, and your investment made it possible for us to reach a milestone of over $48,000 raised in Muskoka and over $150,000 raised across our chain of radio stations. Thanks as well to Brenda Burns for her persistence and dedication to our program.

Mike Fry

Program Director

Moose FM

On behalf of everyone at 680News, I would like to thank KRG Children's Charitable Foundation for their continued support of Toy Mountain. The donation goes a long way to ensure that every child in our community wakes up on Christmas morning with presents to open.

John Hinnen

Vice President & General Manager

680News

To see a donation at work and the impact it has on SickKids patients and families is beyond words. We thank KRG for their continued support to the Foundation and for playing a key role in making SickKids a world leader in children´s health

Michael O´Mahoney

President

Sick Kids Foundation

Steven Wise and KRG Children’s Charitable Foundation have been an important part of many of these projects and had the vision to take this initiative even further.
Iím so excited to share in the announcement that they have come forward with an amazing gift for SickKids and have committed to fund Operation-ART for the next 3 years! This means more artwork, more colour, more child-friendly treatment rooms and many, many more smiles from everyone - parents, kids and staff alike - who pass through the hospital hallways.

Erin Satterthwaite

Sick Kids Foundation

The CCAA is grateful for the support provided by KRG Children's Charities. As founding sponsor of our public safety program, KRG has allowed us to move forward with our legislative change agenda. A value added bonus of KRG's support has been our ability to increase public awareness around the issue of child abuse and other vital public safety concerns. Thank-you

John Muise

Director of Public Safety

Canadian Centre for Abuse Awareness

The Ontario Science Centre was thrilled to welcome the KRG Children's Charitable Foundation as one of its major supporters in 2006. We were aware of KRG as a significant supporter of children's charities in Toronto and were delighted when KRG identified that as Canada's most visited cultural attraction, we too play a significant role in the lives of children and families. Thank you KRG, we look forward to working with you.

Lesley Lewis

Cheif Executive Officer

Ontario Science Centre