Reducing Barriers To Inclusion

Ayo’s parents wanted to help him go biking with his siblings and friends in the neighbourhood, but a standard bicycle wouldn’t do. The one they wanted, which could be adapted to meet Ayo’s needs, was too expensive.

A boy, around 8 on an assessible 3 wheeled bicycle
A camper and staff sitting in front of Shadow Lake in the sun. Staff member wearing a mask

Because Of You, It’s Better At The Lake

In the last year, Shadow Lake Centre has received incredibly generous donations from the Trillium Foundation, the F.K Morrow Foundation, the Foster Foundation, and the Federal Government.

Corporate Giving: The Employees of VMware Canada

With the onset of the pandemic, CLTO had to quickly pivot to virtual supports and services. Thankfully, Peter Near and other employees of VMware Canada generously donated their time and funds to help us get our community online.

VMware staff outdoor group shot at Shadow Lake.
A woman wearing a blue and white striped shirt, playing a piano

Housing Is A Critical Force In Everyone's Life.

The long and arduous journey of families who have a loved one with an intellectual disability to find appropriate housing has spanned decades - from the days of living in institutions to today, when the goal of personal dignity and inclusion within a community are at last reachable.

Engaging Our Communities

Generosity comes in many forms, and Susan McCloy consistently goes out of her way in more ways than one.

2 women posing together at an event