In the last 5 years the York Regional Association has contributed over $150,000 to various charities and towards members’ participation in charitable work. The Association is proud to support its members in all the charitable work they do.

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The 2018 YRPA Memorial Golf Tournament once again donated their proceeds to the Salvation Army- Central York to help with the costs of new programs in the community and support toward a new shuttle van. 
The Salvation Army Central York serves the communities of Newmarket, Aurora, and East Gwillimbury.  Their purpose is to help the people through various programs from food bank services, clothing and...

The CPA-Robert Warner Memorial Fund is a joint endeavor between the Canadian Police Association and Paystation Inc. The Memorial Fund distributes an immediate, one-time financial assistance payment to the families of officers who lose their lives in the line of duty.

How to Help
There are a number of ways that you can help grow the Fund so the financial assistance is there when it is needed:
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SPECIAL OLYMPICS ONTARIO (SOO) has been a popular charity for the YRPA and our members for quite some time now and definitely has a special place in our hearts. Special Olympics promotes opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and develop skills and friendship with their families, other Special Olympic athletes, and the community.
York Region was fortunate...

The YRPA Memorial Golf Tournament is an annual occurrence that happens every June. For the past five years, the charity of choice has been Camp Oochigeas.  This camp is more than just a summer camp up in Muskoka. They also offer year-round programs for children affect by childhood cancer at their downtown facility in Toronto, at SickKids Hospital, and throughout the community. Over the past five years, YRPA have raised $29,000 for Camp Oochigeas.

The Canadian Cancer Society is a national community-based organization of volunteers whose mission is the eradication of cancer and the enhancement of the quality of life of people living with cancer

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For a child whose wish is about to be granted, the pain and discomfort of the illness and often harsh treatment regimes somehow become more bearable. For many, the excitement of planning and anticipating their dream has a dramatic effect on their healing. These courageous youngsters often experience a renewed sense of energy and hope as they see a different kind of light at the end of the tunnel.