Ogimaawabiitong (KCA) and the Kenora Youth Wellness Hub would like to say a huge Miigwetch to Skyline Group of Companies (Skyline) for their recent donation of $42,000 following their 19th Annual Charity Golf Classic on September 14, 2023. This contribution will help further ongoing fundraising efforts to improve the current Kenora Youth Wellness Hub space.  

“The Kenora Youth Wellness Hub would like to express gratitude towards Skyline for their generous donation,” said Tess Lavelle-Sutton, Program Manager for the Kenora Youth Wellness Hub. “Skyline’s donation of $42,000 is a significant contribution to go towards our renovation fundraising initiative to improve accessibility, visibility, and programming infrastructure to our Hub. Thank you, Skyline, for your support and for investing in barrier-reduced integrated youth services.”  

“Youth are Ontario’s future, and the mental health and wellness challenges they face today are very real and significant,” said R. Jason Ashdown, Co-Founder & Chief Sustainability Officer, at Skyline Group of Companies. “We recognize that Youth Wellness Hubs of Ontario (YWHO), with its integrated youth services model, is designed to provide support that is fulsome, effective, and youth-informed, promoting a positive trajectory for the lives of young people in our province. We are proud that our Skyline friends and partners came together for our 19th Charity Golf Classic to support YWHO Kenora and integrated youth service networks in four additional provinces.” 

Skyline Group of Companies is a fully integrated asset acquisition, management, development, and investment entity. It is comprised of companies that provide services in real estate management and development, as well as clean energy management and development. Skyline currently manages more than $8.23 billion across its real estate and clean energy platforms.