Brampton, ON – The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation’s (TJSF) inaugural Miracle on Main Street in Brampton was a tremendous success filling up three truck loads of toys for children and families in need over the holidays. The first official toy delivery will take place on Wednesday, December 18th at 3:00 p.m. at Erin Oaks Centre for Treatment and Development located at 10145 McVean Drive in Brampton.
On the auspicious occasion of the inaugural toy delivery in Brampton, accompanying Tiger Jeet Singh and his son Tiger Ali Singh, will be His Worship Mayor Patrick Brown, Peel Police Chief Nish Duraiappah and officers from Peel Police.
TJSF is a Milton-based charity started by wrestling legends, humanitarians and philanthropists; Tiger Jeet Singh and his son Tiger Ali Singh. For the last eleven years, TJSF has organized their “Miracle on Main Street” event in Milton, Ontario, which has raised millions through donations and sponsorships for children and families in need. The foundation built on that success and expanded the spirit of giving to its neighbors in Brampton with the city’s inaugural event having taken place on Wednesday, December 11th.
To improve the delivery of the program, TJSF formed a new and exciting partnership with the City of Brampton and Peel Regional Police.
Erin Oaks main services include Autism Services, Communications Services, Infant Hearing Screening, Infant Hearing Services, Medical Services, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Vision Services. Erin Oaks goal is to help each child they serve to build on his/her unique strengths, and to maximize opportunities for independence, health and well-being. Erin Oaks also help families as they meet the challenges of everyday life.
Please RSVP your attendance to:
Victoria Pearson, Executive Assistant with Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation by emailing [email protected].
Please visit www.MiracleOnMain.ca for more information.
For more information contact:
Victoria Pearson, Executive Assistant to Tiger Jeet Singh Jr., Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation [email protected]
Katherine Alyea, CFRE, Director, Philanthropy, Erin Oak Kids Centre for Treatment & Development [email protected]