Paint it Forward

 

Paint if Forward Indie Expo

The Indie Community Gives Back

One of the most extraordinary things about the indie community of makers and customers alike is their generous and giving hearts. Time and time again we see them pull together when something needs to be accomplished, and I have always felt that for me personally, one of my main purposes in this journey is to give back. So I am extending that to Indie Expo Canada as well, and I am very excited to bring back Paint It Forward, which is a platform dedicated to raising money and awareness for charitable organizations.

 

2019 RECIPIENTS

 

Sinai Health Foundation Indie Expo Paint it Forward

Marvelle Koffler Breast Centre at Mount Sinai in Toronto.

The Marvelle Koffler Breast Centre is an outpatient facility specializing in all aspects of breast health and breast care.

https://www.mountsinai.on.ca/care/mkbc
https://www.facebook.com/SupportSinai 

 

 

 

 

Rose of Sharon Indie Expo Paint it Forward



 Rose of Sharon Services for Young Women in Newmarket. 

Rose of Sharon services for young mothers supports over 600 young mothers and children each year. Since being founded in 1985, Rose of Sharon remains York Region’s only organization to provide a full complement of wrap-around supportive services to vulnerable young mothers, empowering them to embrace their strengths and create the future they envision for themselves and their children.

Website: http://www.roseofsharon.com/
Instagram: @roseofsharon_85 
Facebook: Rose of Sharon Services for Young Mothers

 

 

I’d like to extend a HUGE thank you to everyone who contributes to this amazing cause. You make this possible, and my heart is swelling.

To see which brands are generously contributing to this fundraising effort, CLICK HERE, and come back after the event to see the final total raised for Mount Sinai and Rose of Sharon

If you are interested in being a part of Paint It Forward, please email me at hello@indieexpocanada.com

 

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