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Striking for Reena bowling event raises over $115,000!
May 4, 2014 Read more>>

Joel Schwartz’s brother Jon talks about the JSMHT: Hockey Tournament Raises Money for Developmentally Challenged
Global News, March 3, 2014 Watch video>>

The JSMHT is A hockey tournament with a big goal
The Globe and Mail, February 9, 2014 Read more>>

Autism’s Forgotten Female Population

The Globe and Mail, December 15, 2013 Read more>>

Community Partnerships Benefit Reena Clients at Lebovic campus RCR
December 9, 2013. Reena changes lives in partnership with Central Ontario Central Local Health Integration Network Watch here>>

Our own Julie Schwartz on Global News The Morning Show!
December 9, 2013. Julie talks about being a parent of a child with Asperger’s, her son Joel, and the JSMHT. Watch here>>

Disabled adults get inadequate health care, study finds
The Toronto Star, November 12, 2013  Read more>>

Canada joins ambitious global campaign to promote hiring of people with autism
The Globe and Mail, November 5, 2013  Read more>>

1st Annual Exceptional Abilities Event Featuring David Axelrod A Huge Success!
October 8, 2013. Axelrod delivered a compelling keynote address on “America’s Future and Leadership Lessons,” with a rousing Q&A moderated by John Tory.  Read more>>

  • What Reena Means to Families Watch our video to find out What Reena Means to Families.
  • Ride for Reena Announcing our first motorcycle Ride for Reena! Sunday, August 10, 2014 Join us as we ride to Cranberry Resort in Collingwood to benefit Reena’s residential Quality of Life Programs
  • John and Claudia Catalano Charity Golf Tournament Join us at Copper Creek for the Catalano Golf Tournament Monday, August 11, 2014 Swinging for Reena sold out weeks in advance – You won’t want to miss your second chance to tee off for Reena
  • Race Night for Reena 2014 We’re Bringing Back Race Night! Wednesday, September 10, 2014 We’re excited to welcome back a Reena supporter favourite! Join us for an exciting evening at Woodbine Racetrack.
  • Scotiabank Marathon Charity Challenge Join Our Team at the Scotiabank Marathon! Sunday, October 19, 2014 Sign up today to walk or run with us at the Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon

There are over 1 million Canadians living today with a developmental disability such as autism spectrum disorder, Asperger syndrome and Down syndrome. There is no cure for a developmental disability – there is only hope – hope provided through an organization like Reena.

Reena serves over 1200 individuals per year through residential and Respite & Enrichment programs and numerous other services that help them reach their potential in a dignified and caring setting.

Reena has been providing Respite & Enrichment Programs for 13 years. These programs receive no government funding and depend completely on community donations for their existence.

Reena runs 15 such programs and with your help we will be able to continue to provide the people we serve with quality programming for years to come.