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Allison Banks, Occupational Therapist, Stan Cassidy Centre shows off Bernard LaPointe’s back support while Judy Jewett, General Manager, NBTA Credit Union and Darrell Evasuk, Associate VP, Concentra Financial look on. Mr. LaPointe sustained a spinal cord injury in an ATV accident near his 
St. Leonard home in 2012.

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April 4, 2017

Play Chase the Ace in support of the Stan Cassidy Foundation

The Stan Cassidy Foundation invites you to play Chase the Ace Tuesdays at Mama’s Brew Pub starting April 11. There is a guaranteed cash prize each week and a jackpot of at least $2,500. 

Every Tuesday, tickets will be sold between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., with one winning ticket drawn at random from the night’s ticket sales at 7:15 p.m.

The holder of the winning ticket will automatically win 20% of that night’s ticket sales…

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February 7, 2017

Stan Cassidy Foundation Awards $30,000 for First Accessible Gaming Service in Canada

The Stan Cassidy Foundation last night awarded $30,000 to the Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation to create Canada’s first accessible video gaming service.

“For people with a spinal cord injury or neurological disease, gaming can be an integral part of a comprehensive treatment plan, an important motivational tool, and a leisure opportunity, but only with the appropriate tools and guidance,” said Laura Oldford,…

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January 5, 2017

Stan Cassidy Foundation Light Up a Life appeal raises $67,000

Foundation representatives are proud to announce that donations received for the Stan Cassidy Foundation’s annual Light Up a Life appeal have reached a final total of $67,000, surpassing last year’s total by $4,000.

“I want to thank all of our sponsors, donors and volunteers for their incredible generosity,” said Stan Cassidy Foundation Executive Director Alissa Lee. “Donations came from individuals, families, community…

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December 28, 2016

Stan Cassidy Lights appeal raises over $60,000 to date

The Stan Cassidy Foundation is proud to report on the progress of its annual Light Up a Life appeal. Donors have contributed over $60,000 to date, representing 82 per cent of this year’s $75,000 appeal goal.

“Individuals and community groups, families, local businesses, and the corporate community all across New Brunswick have been so supportive,” said Stan Cassidy Foundation Executive Director Alissa Lee. “It’s very…

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December 6, 2016

Stan Cassidy Foundation Light Up a Life fundraiser launched

The Stan Cassidy Foundation officially launched the Light Up a Life appeal with its annual public tree-lighting ceremony this evening.  Event emcees were proud to announce that corporate sponsors and private donors have already contributed $33,000 of this year’s $75,000 appeal goal.

The 2016 Honourary Tree Lighters are Stan Cassidy Centre outpatient Mike McCormick and his wife Sue of Fredericton. Mike shared his personal…

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Latest Stories

Extreme Gratitude: My Experience as an In-Patient at the Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation

February 15, 2017

Extreme Gratitude: My Experience as an In-Patient at the Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation

Editor’s Note: This is a special guest post by Faye Martin. Faye shares her story of how the Stan…

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Events

Donor Recognition Luncheon
Donor Recognition Luncheon

The Stan Cassidy Foundation & CIBC Asset Management invite the Foundation's major gift donors to our annual Donor Recognition Luncheon to thank you for your support.

In 2016-17, donor generosity combined with wise financial management made a record $380,000…

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Chase the Ace
Chase the Ace

Beginning April 11, Chase the Ace every Tuesday evening at Mama’s Brew Pub in support of the Stan Cassidy Foundation. 

Tickets on sale from 5 to 7 pm.  Draw takes place at 7:15 pm.  Every Tuesday there will be a winner of 20% of the night’s ticket sales; 30%…

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Volunteer Recognition Tea
Volunteer Recognition Tea

Volunteers grow a garden of hope.

The Stan Cassidy Foundation is grateful for the support of all our volunteers. Whether you have planted flowers in the Stan Cassidy Centre’s outdoor spaces, stuffed Kiwanis House welcome bags, picked up and delivered supplies,…

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