The Learning Disabilities Association of Halton

The Learning Disabilities Association of Halton (LDAH) is a charitable organization focused on supporting, educating and delivering services to families, children, youths and adults with learning disabilities and positively impacting their lives.

Their mission is to provide leadership in learning disabilities advocacy, research, education and services and to advance the full participation of children, youth and adults with learning disabilities in today’s society. They value promoting positive change through innovation, strategic partnerships, credible advocacy, informed public policy, and quality products and services.

Nominated by Gordon Chu

Our $25,000 donation was presented to them on April 12, 2018.

There were cheers and even a few tears from our staff when the 100 Guys Who Care surprised us with a cheque for $25,000 yesterday. What an amazing donation from amazing guys! We are so lucky to have these men in our community - entrepreneurs and leaders in their own fields, who are committed to doing the right thing and supporting others with needs. They lead from the front and get things done. I encourage others to join them in making a difference in our community. 

For us, this cheque will allow us to continue our free reading programs for struggling readers, making a difference in the lives of children who are bright but just learn differently and helping them achieve their full potential in life. The 100 Guys can rest assured that they have helped contribute to the success of the next generation.

Alison Brindle

President, Learning Disabilities Association of Halton