© District 3 RTO/ERO Legal Notice Human Rights Statement
Project Service To Others RTO/ERO proudly operates a grant program for its 48 Districts, providing $100,000 to sponsor local community projects and raise the profile of RTO/ERO. Through Project Service to Others (STO), Districts may apply for individual projects that support local, national and international programs that often involve children and/or disadvantaged groups, to a maximum of a onetime only grant of $4,000 per project. Each year, one project must be selected and approved by the District 3 Algoma executive, before proceeding to the Provincial Committee. RTO/ERO Local District 3 Algoma has successfully submitted projects in the past, including Battle of the Books, Camp McDougall, St John's After School programme, Vision Screening, Rockhaven School, Tumaini Afrika, Eliott Lake’s RoundAbout Puppeteers, Sault Search and Rescue, and more. If you have a special project that District 3 Algoma could consider, please forward a brief summary of the project to Folgo Della Vedova at rtoalgoma@gmail.com. 2020 Deadline TBA. Our executive will meet and consider all applications. Include in your summary: the nature and scope of your proposed project, including how it supports community, volunteerism, children, and/or disadvantaged groups on local, national and/or international levels. Please be specific and focus on one area of a larger project and explain how your project would be impacted by the receipt of this donation. If you have cost projections and timelines, they would be helpful too. the RTO/ERO members involved in the project and the nature of their involvement. what partnerships are anticipated. a willingness to work with the local executive to fine-tune the final application to RTO/ERO, should your project be selected by the local executive. We encourage all our members to consider applying for this unique support provided by RTO/ERO.
Service to Others (STO)
Local Application Form, to be submitted first. >
Vision Screening Bernice Whalen The ninth year of Vision Screening was successfully completed by May 2018! Thank you to Carolyn Evoy for the outstanding leadership and excellent reporting. The team consisted of Carolyn Evoy (co-ordinator), Joyce Duncan, Maureen Gooderham, Mary Ann Johns, Gerry Yeo, Chris Kitzman, Susan Allen, Jan Baraniuk, Ann Blake, Carmen Charsley, Mary Coulas, Frank Donnelly, Carol McFarlane, Wendy Piper, Linda Prodan, Carmelina Spry, Dave Tyrrel, Penny Tyrrel, Rita Wagner, Merrilyn Webb, Don Cameron, David Kidd, and Doug Moxam. A high five from Carolyn goes out to Carmen, Susan, Merrilyn, Penny, Wendy and Jan for taking the lead in numerous schools. A special thanks as well goes to Frank for delivery of boxes and to Carolyn and to Mary Johns for being such a well-informed ambassador on the Shaw Cable 10 program which aired March 14th. What a team!!! There were 26 schools visited and 820 students screened. Of those screened 517 showed no vision concerns. There were 206 red flagged with concerns. It was recommended that these students see an optometrist. There were77 students absent throughout the testing period and 15 with no permission slip. Five students could not be assessed. You, too, can be part of this dynamic team making a difference in the lives of young students. Contact Carolyn Evoy at 705-759-1145 or e-mail her at carolyn.evoy@gmail.com for more information. You will find this a rewarding experience . Many hands make light work!
Martha Foster, Provincial RTO/ERO President, presents a cheque for $10,000 to David Gooderham of the Sault Search and Rescue at the RTO/ERO Annual General Meeting in Toronto.
© RTO / ERO District 3 Legal Notice Human Rights Statement
Service to Others (STO)
Project Service To Others RTO/ERO proudly operates a grant program for its 48 Districts, providing $100,000 to sponsor local community projects and raise the profile of RTO/ERO. Through Project Service to Others (STO), Districts may apply for individual projects that support local, national and international programs that often involve children and/or disadvantaged groups, to a maximum of a onetime only grant of $4,000 per project. Each year, one project must be selected and approved by the District 3 Algoma executive, before proceeding to the Provincial Committee. RTO/ERO Local District 3 Algoma has successfully submitted projects in the past, including Battle of the Books, Camp McDougall, St John's After School programme, Vision Screening, Rockhaven School, Tumaini Afrika, Eliott Lake’s RoundAbout Puppeteers, Sault Search and Rescue, and more. If you have a special project that District 3 Algoma could consider, please forward a brief summary of the project to Folgo Della Vedova at rtoalgoma@gmail.com. 2020 Deadline TBA. Our executive will meet and consider all applications. Include in your summary: the nature and scope of your proposed project, including how it supports community, volunteerism, children, and/or disadvantaged groups on local, national and/or international levels. Please be specific and focus on one area of a larger project and explain how your project would be impacted by the receipt of this donation. If you have cost projections and timelines, they would be helpful too. the RTO/ERO members involved in the project and the nature of their involvement. what partnerships are anticipated. a willingness to work with the local executive to fine-tune the final application to RTO/ERO, should your project be selected by the local executive. We encourage all our members to consider applying for this unique support provided by RTO/ERO.
Local Application Form, to be submitted first. >
Vision Screening Bernice Whalen The ninth year of Vision Screening was successfully completed by May 2018! Thank you to Carolyn Evoy for the outstanding leadership and excellent reporting. The team consisted of Carolyn Evoy (co-ordinator), Joyce Duncan, Maureen Gooderham, Mary Ann Johns, Gerry Yeo, Chris Kitzman, Susan Allen, Jan Baraniuk, Ann Blake, Carmen Charsley, Mary Coulas, Frank Donnelly, Carol McFarlane, Wendy Piper, Linda Prodan, Carmelina Spry, Dave Tyrrel, Penny Tyrrel, Rita Wagner, Merrilyn Webb, Don Cameron, David Kidd, and Doug Moxam. A high five from Carolyn goes out to Carmen, Susan, Merrilyn, Penny, Wendy and Jan for taking the lead in numerous schools. A special thanks as well goes to Frank for delivery of boxes and to Carolyn and to Mary Johns for being such a well- informed ambassador on the Shaw Cable 10 program which aired March 14th. What a team!!! There were 26 schools visited and 820 students screened. Of those screened 517 showed no vision concerns. There were 206 red flagged with concerns. It was recommended that these students see an optometrist. There were 77 students absent throughout the testing period and 15 with no permission slip. Five students could not be assessed. You, too, can be part of this dynamic team making a difference in the lives of young students. Contact Carolyn Evoy at 705-759-1145 or e-mail her at carolyn.evoy@gmail.com for more information. You will find this a rewarding experience . Many hands make light work!
Martha Foster, Provincial RTO/ERO President, presents a cheque for $10,000 to David Gooderham of the Sault Search and Rescue at the RTO/ERO Annual General Meeting in Toronto.