Whether by heart or by hand, the Andy Roddick Foundation enriches the lives of children when they're not in school. Because the Andy Roddick Foundation believes all children soar when they discover what they're good at - what they were born to do.
"We are so fortunate have the support of wonderful partners like Lug who share our belief that we can course of a child's life by helping them discover their passion. Lug helps us to provide the tools and supplies - like backpacks and pencil cases - children need to achieve their full potential."
Lug participates in support of healthy moms and babies! Mark your calendars for Sept 27th, 2015 at Earl Bales Park! Sinai Health System’s Mount Sinai Hospital began as a maternity hospital and has grown into one of Canada’s busiest birthing centres. Over the years, clinical and scientific advances have advanced the frontiers of maternity care and newborn care – and Mount Sinai has been at the forefront of that change. With the largest perinatal centres program of its kind in Canada, Mount Sinai treats some of the most complicated pregnancies. Patients from across Canada seek out our leading experts, who are internationally renowned in their field.
Each summer, the Jays Care Foundation, in partnership with Toronto Community Housing, runs Rookie League, a summer-long baseball day-camp. The program is open to participants between the ages of 6-13. Over 1,100 youth from 56 Toronto Community Housing neighborhoods developed their baseball skills through weekly drills, games, and tournaments throughout July and August.
We at Lug® are lucky enough to participate in the Rookie League Wrap-Up at the Rogers Centre, where Rookie Leaguers enjoy an awards ceremony and lunch, and are handed custom Jays backpacks stuffed full of school supplies and dental supplies, sure to help these kiddos start the school year off with a bang!
Awesome event. Awesome cause. Awesomely fun time!
Located on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince Haiti, Zanmi Beni, is home to over sixty children that were either too young or physically and/or mentally handicapped, and incapable of helping themselves after the devastating earthquake of January 12, 2010.
Zanmi Beni, “blessed friend” in Creole, is committed to “doing whatever it takes” to provide these children a loving environment where they will flourish and grow to have safe and happy lives.
Each child received a personalized Lug® backpack, pencil case, lunch bag, pencils, and a notebook.
We are so happy to be able to be a part of something so incredible!
During the week of March 19 through March 27, 2012 Lug® set up a “pop-up shop” in The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Through this event, 15% of the proceeds from Lug®’s sales went to the SickKids Foundation to fund child health research, learning and care.
With a mission to "inspire our communities to invest in health and scientific advances to improve the lives of children and their families in Canada and around the world," the SickKids Foundation is exactly the kind of organization that Lug® supports and loves to partner with.