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 The Good Lovelies at Rosehill Farm - September 14th!

Solid musicians with amazing instrumental chops and a knack for blending roots, folk and pop to create their own unique sound!

Ingamo Home is presenting The Good Lovelies Thursday, September 14 at Rosehill Farms, 564962 Karn Road, (just west of Woodstock).  Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Concert begins at 7:15 p.m. - Food available at Event, sponsored by Boston Pizza.  Event is licensed by the LLBO. 

Cabaret-style seating - tables of 10.

$30 ticket  or $35 at door.  The tickets are sold at Merrifield Book Shop; Pantina's in Ingersoll or by calling 519-421-0383 x 224!  Get yours before they are sold out!

All proceeds support women and children's programs at Ingamo! 

For directions to Rosehill Farm: http://bit.ly/29ETdsI

 

 

 INGAMO AGM - June 19, 2017

Thank you to everyone who attended Ingamo's AGM at UNIFOR Local 636 on June 19, 2017

Thank you to Ellen Esseltine and her son who gave a video presentation after travelling to North India, and touring the Village Artisan program.  This informative presentation showcased the empowerment of women by providing dignified work while delivering fashionable, quality products to socially conscious buyers around the world. Sales of Village Artisan merchandise here support children and programs at Ingamo Homes.

 

 

Music and Memories:    

An evening honouring the memories of Michael Stoop & Claire Martineau

Friday, July 7 at the Upper Thames Brewery was a fantastic evening of music and memories for all who came out to enjoy the music of Laura Martineau & Aaron and Aimee Allen. It was a beautiful evening of sharing memories of Michael and Claire and their love of music. 

Proceeds from the evening support the Michael Stoop Memorial Fund at Ingamo Homes and

the Claire Martineau scholarship fund at Ingersoll District Collegiate Institute

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

The 11th Annual Bob White Golf Classic will be held on August 29th.   This event has contributed over $66,000 since 2011 for children and women's programming. 

  We rely on donations to run the programs for women and children. 

What you might not know is that every time we help a woman or her kids we have to fundraise that money. Yes, the walls are paid for but the women and children’s programs are not. They are funded through individual donations and fundraising events.

Your dollars provide transportation, court support, counselling, child empowerment, trauma recovery and joyful events.

 

 

The Home Depot Youth Homelessness Campaign 2017

A big thank you to the associates of the local Woodstock Home Depot for working hard at the cash registers, and to all who donated to The Orange Door Project in 2017, in support of the youth at Ingamo Homes.


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Ingamo Homes is registered as a charity under Canada Revenue Agency.

Charity # 126579242 RR