BRAMPTON: Mayor Patrick Brown joined wrestling legends and philanthropists Tiger Jeet Singh and his son Tiger Ali Singh at Regeneration Brampton on Wednesday where the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation and the Care4Cause Foundation donated 100 personal care packages.
Each package contained the following items: 1 Body wash, 1 Deodorant, 1 Bar soap, 1 Toothpaste, 1 Gum detoxify paste, 1 Toothbrush twin set, 1 Razor, 2 Shaving blades, 3 Pair white sports socks, 1 Pair formal socks, 1 Multifunctional head tube, 1 T-shirt, 1 Underwear, 3 pocket tissue packs, 1 Drawstring backpack, 1 Water bottle.
In 2018, a group of concerned citizens residing in Brampton came together to launch Care4Cause Foundation (C4CF), with a focus to providing aid to the most vulnerable suffering in the community. By way of association, C4CF is a sister foundation to the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation (TJSF).
Since the start of the pandemic C4CF launched three vital services to support the less fortunate that include:
Free Meal Program that addresses food insecurity by delivering freshly made hot meals to shelters and the homeless;
Essential Care Program, which provides health care packages to promote hygiene and sports equipment for the disadvantaged youth living in shelters; and
Funeral Services Aid Program that provide funding for funeral costs for financially struggling families who experienced a devastating loss due to pandemic.
Over the course of the last couple of months, C4CF’s volunteers have prepared and delivered 40,000 hot meals to various charities and shelters throughout Brampton and Southern Ontario.
Inspector Taufic Saliba tweeted: Great community spirit by Tiger Jeet and @care4cause1 for donating 600 personal care packages to those in need. @ChiefNish and Mayor @patrickbrownont stopped by to thank volunteers and staff at @RegenBrampton and Salvation Army FLRC for their amazing work.