BAY STREET SOFTBALL LEAGUE CHARITY TOURNAMENT WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 8th, 2015!!!Learn More...
Care-Alive - The Caroline Cunningham Foundation for Epilepsy - is dedicated to caring for those living with epilepsy, increasing awareness and finding a cure.Read More
Care-Alive is dedicated to caring for those living with epilepsy. Among our causes are seizure-response dogs and children’s programs.Find out more
Epilepsy is the 2nd most common neurological condition, affecting one in one hundred people worldwide. Epilepsy can affect anyone with a brain…Learn more
Caroline Cunningham died in 2007 as a result of a SUDEP (Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy.) This Foundation is dedicated to her by her family and her legions of friends in hopes that others may live.Learn more about Caroline
Care-Alive™ (The Caroline Cunningham Foundation for Epilepsy) was started by Caroline’s family and friends in 2009, after her death from SUDEP (Sudden Unexplained Death in Epilepsy) in 2007, at the age of 32.
Care-Alive is run entirely by volunteers in order to keep administrative and operating costs to a bare minimum; which means, that we are able to direct almost 100% of our fundraising proceeds to the causes we support. Among our primary causes are the sponsorship of Seizure-Response Dogs through the Lions Foundation of Canada and the Sunny Days Kids Camp.
Care-Alive is a registered charitable foundation and issues tax receipts for all donations of $20 or more. Our charitable registration number is 80940 6952 RR0001.
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On June 23rd, we sponsored 2 more seizure-response dogs – Quinnah & Quaffle – through the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides. Care-Alive was appointed a Patron for our continued support of the Seizure-Response program.
Care-Alive’s 6th Annual Bay Street Softball Tournament will be held on Saturday, August 8th, 2015 at East Point Park!
Caroline played in the Bay Street league for many years and the tournament was always one of the highlights of her softball summer.
The co-ed, slo-pitch tournament is held on the 2nd Saturday of August and features competitive, but still fun softball. All of the games are overseen by professional slo-pitch umpires.
16 teams – primarily from the financial district in Toronto – collect pledges to participate. Each team must raise a minimum of $750 to participate with prizes for the top fundraising teams and individuals.
Teams that register prior to July 18th are eligible for early bird prizes! The team captain (or player of their choice) will be entered in the top fundraisers raffle draws and the teams are given first preference of start time.Read the rest of this entry »
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