2018 – Fight Like Mason Foundation
The Windsor Corporate Challenge is proud to support the Fight Like Mason Foundation with this year’s event. All net funds raised by the Windsor Corporate Challenge will be directed to fund Mason’s Power Poles and their Super Soldier and SuperBuddies programs. Additionally, the Fight Like Mason Foundation provides funding for research programs which focus on newly developed treatment techniques and drug targets specifically for childhood rhabdomyosarcoma. Learn more about this wonderful organization by clicking here.
2017 – House of Sophrosyne
The Windsor Corporate Challenge is proud to support the House of Sophrosyne and their new building with this year’s event. All net funds raised by the Windsor Corporate Challenge will be directed to the Family Bedroom and Child Care Room in our Building for Recovery Capital Campaign. These rooms will allow women to seek the treatment they need while caring for their children. Learn more about this wonderful organization by clicking here.
2016 – Ronald McDonald House of Windsor
The Fifth Annual Windsor Corporate Challenge supported the Ronald McDonald House Charities Southwestern Ontario. Over 50 businesses took part in a one-day “FUNraiser” to support the Ronald McDonald House Windsor! This year our teams raised $118,940.38! Ronald McDonald House Charities Southwestern Ontario is a growing chapter that continues to expand its services in order to help more families with seriously ill children. The three core programs – RMH London, RMH Windsor and the Ronald McDonald Family Room – each keep families close to their seriously ill child’s medical care when it matters most.
2012-2015 – Sunshine Foundation
From 2012-2015, all net funds donated to The Windsor Corporate Challenge were donated to the Sunshine Foundation. The total amount of donations over the first 4 years of our event were over $449,000! The Sunshine Foundation was established in 1987 by a London, Ontario police officer as a legacy to his son who passed away from muscular dystrophy. He wanted children like his son to be able to live their dreams. In October of that year, the first Sunshine DreamLift flew 203 children from London to Walt Disney World® in Florida.