Brampton Foundation supports post- pandemic efforts

By: Surjit Singh Flora

Photo : Surjit Singh Flora

Mayor Patrick Brown and Peel police chief Nishan  Duraiappah joined wrestling legends and philanthropists Tiger Jeet Singh and his son Tiger Ali Singh at Regeneration Brampton Wednesday 12 noon for a special event to help the needy in Brampton.

Care4Cause, launched in 2018 as a sister foundation to TJSF, has launched three vital services since the start of pandemic, including a free meal program to support the less fortunate, an Essential Care Program, which provides health care packages to promote hygiene and sports equipment for the disadvantaged youth living in shelters, and a funeral Services Aid Program, that provide funding for funeral costs for financially struggling families who experienced a devasting loss due to pandemic.

The foundation said Wednesday that it has prepared and delivered 40,000 hot meals to various charities and shelters throughout Brampton and Southern Ontario.  

where the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation and the Care4Cause Foundation joined together to donating 100 personal care packages to residents .  Each package contains the following items: 1 Body wash, 1 Deodorant, 1 Bar soap, 1 Toothpaste, 1 Gum detoxify paste, 1 Toothbrush twin set, 1 Razor, 2 Shaving blades, 3 Pair white sports socks, 1 Pair formal socks, 1 Multifunctional head tube, 1 T-shirt, 1 Underwear, 3 pocket tissue packs, 1 Drawstring backpack, 1 Water bottle as a part of ongoing recovery efforts in the city.

Brown thanked Tiger Jeet Ali and Tiger Jeet Singh for  helping the people of Brampton, Similarly, Chief Nishan also thanked him and said that “ whenever a needy person needs help, both the Tigers help them wholeheartedly.”

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