Supporting Casey House: Voices of Hope for the Community

After hearing Alex Morosovskiy speak in October on behalf of Casey House for World Aids Day, the Rotary Club of Toronto Skyline (RCTS) felt inspired and decided to do a little something about it!

Members of the Rotary Club of Toronto Skyline visited Casey House in Toronto for a tour of their facilities and to give a donation in advance of the World Aids Day benefit concert, Voices of Hope.

“Casey House is a speciality HIV/AIDS hospital with community programs including home nursing care and outreach. Founded in 1988, [they] were the first freestanding HIV/AIDS facility in Canada. [Their] commitment is to provide compassionate health care for people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS, in collaboration with our communities.”

President and chameleon Trevor Dell presenting Casey House with a well-deserved donation on behalf of RCTS (left).  RCTS members joining in the fun, although less camouflaged (right).

President and chameleon Trevor Dell presenting Casey House with a well-deserved donation on behalf of RCTS (left). RCTS members joining in the fun, although less camouflaged (right).

It was eye opening to see the great care and compassion that the workers of the Casey House provide to patients afflicted with HIV/AIDS and a pleasure to provide them with a donation to support their great work!

Thanks for the all you do Casey House!

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