Singer Kwinter has always felt it was important to take a leadership role in the community we serve. Over the years one of the ways we have done this is by sponsoring local events. Sponsorship is something we take great pride in, particularly for those events that champion education for patients and the healthcare community.
Below are just a few of the events we have had the honour of sponsoring:
"NeuroConnect was established in 2009 and has been providing hospitals, clinics, and people living with brain injury across Ontario with our rehabilitation based magazine and other resources ever since. We have a variety of events and initiatives aimed at improving the lives of people with brain injury." Singer Kwinter is proud to sponsor NeuroConnect's structured support groups in the Greater Toronto Area.
"BikingToronto is the best place for Toronto cycling information — it’s a positive outlook on all cycling-related events and news in Toronto. It is Toronto’s largest and most popular site for finding cycling information as well as learning and discussing cycling news and events. BikingToronto focuses on building relationships among people who share an interest in cycling in Toronto as not only a competitive or recreational activity, but as a regular mode of transportation as well." - BikingToronto
"The Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) is a provincial not-for-profit, charitable organization. Our mission is to enhance the lives of Ontarians living with the effects of acquired brain injury (ABI) through education, awareness and support". (OBIA) Singer Kwinter is proud to be a sponsor of the biennial Provincial ABI Conference in Niagara and the annual OBIA/BIST Mix & Mingle in Toronto.
This wonderful event provides a fantastic venue for industry networking, while helping to raise critically important funds for the Ontario Brain Injury Association and the Brain Injury Society of Toronto. These funds afford BIST and OBIA the opportunity to deliver important programs to individuals and families dealing with the effects of brain injury.