We appreciate the support of organizations that share our vision for a more equitable and inclusive Ontario, some of which are represented below. In addition to individual contributors, these supporters and partners provide financial or in-kind donations to help us reach our goals for those living with spinal cord injury, and we all become stronger in the process.
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Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation
Ontario Trillium Foundation
Insurance Bureau of Canada
Federated Health Charities Corporation
Coloplast Canada Corporation
Bergeron Clifford LLP / In The End Inc.
Grey Bruce Paraplegic Association
Lerners Lawyers LLP – London
Provincial Building & Construction Trades Council of Ontario
Forterra Pipe and Precast
OT Consult Ergo
Oatley Vigmond Personal Injury Lawyers LLP
Uber Canada Inc
Bard Canada Inc.
Central Ontario Building Trades Council – Toronto
PARTNER SPOTLIGHT: WRIGHT REHAB
Wright Rehab provides rehabilitation services for brain injury and spinal cord trauma patients and their caregivers across southern Ontario. They are a wonderful example of corporate leadership and social responsibility in the spinal cord injury community; working closely with us to build a mutually beneficial partnership.
“We believe in the power of community and supporting those who lead. Spinal Cord Injury of Ontario is a great example of an organization that leads and helps people through community,” says Barbara Ibbitson, Partner at Wright Rehab. This group has been engaged with SCIO since 2010. Their support ranges from sponsorship of our Community Celebration dinners across the province, to regular participation in both the London and Kitchener‐Waterloo region SCIO Roll & Bowl events, to significant individual donations made by employees of the company. Beyond funding, they provide energetic and engaged volunteers to support our annual Ski & Snowboard Day in Collingwood. They regularly advertise in our quarterly magazine, Community. We are also honoured to have Barbara Ibbitson as a member of our Board of Directors.
In grateful recognition of all of the many contributions that Wright Rehab makes to SCIO, we have highlighted their corporate presence in the spinal cord injury community in multiple ways: through articles in Community; sponsorship acknowledgment on our website and event invitation landing pages; and through signage and programs at numerous events. They have had access to SCIO events where they are an engaged, community‐minded company and have had the opportunity to interact with like‐minded individuals and organizations, our clients and volunteers. SCIO also presented a diversity engagement activity at a recent Wright Rehab all‐staff meeting; providing their staff with intimate knowledge of some of the challenges around living in a not 100% accessible world.
Wright Rehab is just one of the valued partners that contribute to the fabric of the spinal cord injury community, and we are very proud to have them in the SCIO family.