Individual Golf Entry – $170
Simply click on the button of your choice, download and complete the form(s) and email it (them) to Sue at email@example.com. Please make sure to include your meal choice. We will be in touch a week before the tournament with your designated tee time.
Please note – Please complete both the sponsorship and registration forms if you will have golfers participating in the golf tournament that are included in your sponsorship package, so we have their names and meal choices.
Payment by credit card
Please email your completed form(s) to Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org and click here to complete your payment.
Payment by cheque
Please send your completed form(s) along with your cheque to:
Windsor Residence for Young Men
1505 Langlois Avenue
Windsor, ON N8X 4M3
The fun doesn’t stop with golf!
There are contests to be played, and prizes to be won!
Closest to the Pin | Longest Drive | Putting Contest | Mulligans | Prizes | Draws
$10,000 Hole in One Prize
Do you need more information?
Simply click on the button below or contact Sue at email@example.com.
Be a part of the action!
Come out and volunteer and help make this day a memorable one. Simply click on the button below, download and fill out the form and email it to Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special thank you to our sponsors
SNACK BAR SPONSOR
Those interested in joining our Rough Night Out campaign, click below and "Create a Fundraiser" - this campaign is to raise awareness and funds to support WRYM as we help end homelessness for youth by "sleeping rough", as homeless youth may be forced to do.
Windsor Residence for Young Men is to benefit from the
HOME DEPOT SUMMER ORANGE DOOR PROJECT CAMPAIGN
July 6 to August 1, 2021 - Walker and Division Road Store
From July 6 to August 1, customers will be able to buy a $2 paper “paper door’ at the checkout when purchasing goods at the Walker and Division store, or can donate online at www.orangedoorproject.ca. If donating online, people are being asked to be sure to select the Walker and Division store “Fund #7228” in the drop-down menu so that their donation benefits WRYM. They may also leave a note regarding their donation.
“Home Depot Store 7228 in south Windsor is always eager to support our local charities,” says assistant store manager Sherri Jean. “WRYM has been a long-time partner with our store as we work together to end youth homelessness in our community.”
Sherri and Donna are among the Walker and Division roads Home Depot store employees raising funds to support residents of the Windsor Residence for Young Men.
Windsor Residence for Young Men (WRYM) is a charitable organization that supports young men 16 - 24 years of age as they leave homelessness behind to build new lives. WRYM provides a transitional residence and individual counselling while teaching basic life skills such as hygiene, food acquisition and preparation, budgeting, social responsibility and work ethic. WRYM depends almost entirely on donations from the community, which go direct to assisting homeless young men. Administrative tasks are done by community volunteers.
The Home Depot Canada Foundation is committed to preventing and ending youth homelessness in Canada. Together with community partners across the country, it works to remove barriers, break cycles of inequity, and enable at-risk youth facing homelessness to achieve positive development outcomes and realize their full potential. The Home Depot Canada Foundation has pledged $50M by 2022 to help prevent and end youth homelessness and, as of the start of 2021, the Foundation has distributed $38M of this pledge through 4 core programmatic areas: housing, employment and life skills, prevention, and research.
For more information, please visit www.wrym.ca
Brian Worrall, Chair. WRYM PR Committee
519.255.7930/226.280.7203 / email@example.com
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Let's have fun on the 12th!
OUR HOLE SPONSORS
Successful WRYM’s Virtual ROUGH NIGHT OUT 2021 raises funds for homeless youth
Volunteers for The Windsor Residence for Young Men (WRYM) and their supporters spent this past Friday night (February 19-20) outdoors in freezing cold temperatures to raise money for programs that help youth leave homeless behind and build new lives. Called WRYM’s Virtual ROUGH NIGHT OUT 2021, the all-night vigil had about a dozen volunteers and supporters "sleeping rough" as homeless youths are sometimes forced to do. The volunteers were sponsored by individual donors. This year’s event was COVID-safe, with people holding vigils in their own backyards and communicating with each other and supporters online by Zoom and social media.
WRYM provides youth with a supportive home, individual counselling, and basic life skills. Youths with potential are diverted from the streets to reconnect with their community, education and employment. WRYM’s programs are highly successful and efficient, and they do not duplicate the services of other agencies. WRYM and its residents depend on the generosity of community donors to fund these programs.
“We wanted to raise community awareness about theses issues,” said Freeman, “and I think we are succeeding. On behalf of WRYM’s residents, staff and volunteers, I sincerely thank all the kind people who stepped up to donate and help youth end homelessness.”
Freeman says that donations are still coming in, with more than $10,000 in funds raised so far. More information and secure donation links may be found at www.wrym.ca
Registration is free - but donations are gratefully accepted!
ENTRY FORMS - You will need to fill out entry forms. Individual participants or Team Captains can download and fill out the fillable PDF forms below, and e-mail them to Sue at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Or, you can print them on paper and mail them to WRYM's Virtual ROUGH NIGHT OUT 2021 at The Windsor Residence for Young Men, 1505 Langlois Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, Canada N8X 4M3
ONLINE REGISTRATION AND DONATIONS - Individuals and Teams
Do you want your own CanadaHelps peer-to-peer fundraiser page to help your friends and family contribute?
***NOTE - the online registry asks you to "buy a ticket" - click on it - don't worry, it's free! (Did we mention that "Donate Now" is a good thing - both by individuals and by Team Captains?)
- Questions? E-mail Sue at email@example.com
News Release – 17 December 2020
Emergency Community Fund grant to assist youth at-risk of homelessness
The United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County has awarded The Windsor Residence for Young Men (WRYM) $14,900 through the Government of Canada’s Emergency Community Support Fund (ECSF). The funding will assist youth who are at-risk of homelessness and have been hindered by COVID 19 in their attempts to pursue education, employment and reintegration into the community. The funds will be used to make tablet computers and part-time education help available at WRYM so that residents can use online learning resources to rebuild their lives. A staff member will assist them each school day with navigating their courses and communicating with their schools.
“We divert youth from the streets and provide a supportive home, individual counselling, and basic life skills,” said WRYM’s donor development chair Dave Freeman. “Then we introduce them to the resources and opportunities of their community – but the restrictions imposed by COVID-19 have made that outreach very difficult. Online learning will help bridge that gap and empower our residents to succeed. So, we are very grateful to The United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County, the Government of Canada and the Emergency Community Support Fund for making this success possible. “
The Windsor Residence for Young Men
WRYM teaches youth basic life skills such as hygiene, food acquisition and preparation, budgeting, social responsibility and work ethic. WRYM integrates homeless youth into the community, reconnecting them with extended family or independent living as well as education and employment. WRYM’s programs are cost-effective because they do not duplicate services already available, and volunteers handle the administrative work. Since opening its doors in 2012, WRYM has helped more than 330 youth to leave homelessness behind and build new lives. For more information, please visit www.wrym.ca
United Way/Centraide Windsor-Essex County
Founded in 1962, the United Way of Windsor-Essex (UWWE) is dedicated to improving the quality of life in its community and raises funds to address human service needs. It works in conjunction with local front-line charities to help combat poverty in Windsor-Essex County. For more information, please visit www.weareunited.com
Emergency Community Support Fund
Launched on May 19, 2020, the Emergency Community Support Fund (ECSF) is a $350M investment from the Government of Canada to support charities and non-profit organizations serving vulnerable populations as they manage the impacts of COVID-19.