NEDIC is a program of the University Health Network, located within the Toronto General Hospital. NEDIC shares and utilizes the Charitable Registration Number of the Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation.
We are grateful for the annual contribution by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, which has supported NEDIC for over 25 years.
Dairy Farmers of Canada
Elementary Teachers Foundation of Ontario
Shire Pharma Canada ULC
American Eagle Outfitters Canada
Brennan Custom Homes
D. L. Ryan Companies Canada
Keg Spirit Foundation
Philip Sung Design Associates
Shoppers Drug Mart Foundation
Sony BMG Music
We are pleased to list partners of $2,000 or more, cumulatively, since NEDIC's inception in 1985.
Alice and Murray Maitland Foundation
Audrey S. Hellyer Charitable Foundation
Coleman Leggitt Trust
Shneider Family Foundation
We wish to thank all individuals whose generosity has made it possible for us to continue our important work. We are pleased to list donors of $1,000 or more, cumulatively, since NEDIC's inception in 1985. Thank you to all of our donors who have given so generously.
Dr. Daniel C. Andreae
Susan J. Shuter
Michael Bowick and Joanne Peters
Adam L. Kosoy
Troy Alexandra McCLude
Lois E. Ferguson
2016 NEDIC Fundraising Events
We are grateful to corporate and private donors who supported NEDIC events. A special thank you to all hosts and organizers of third party and community events. (* Indicates third party event)
Up to $50,000
A Taste for Life Annual Fundraiser
Up to $25,000
Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon*
Up to $1,000
Zumba Fitness with Erin*
Ryerson Mental Health Talks*
NEDIC Paint Party*
Ryerson SOS Board Game Night*
LOVE YOUR BODY Beach Party by Kelani Dance*
The Girl Guides of Canada enables girls to be confident, resourceful and courageous, and to make a difference in the world. NEDIC is proud to be a developing partner of the Girl Guides of Canada’s Be You Challenge Badge, which replaced the older Love Yourself Challenge Badge - building and encouraging healthy self-esteem and positive body image in young women across Canada.