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COCKTAILS WITH CACHA, presented by University of Ottawa Health Services: May 17, 6-8:30 pm

Cocktails with CACHA, in the Summit Room of Ottawa's Marriot Hotel (Kent St.) More details and ticket sales to come. Details here! See you there!

CACHA’S 11th Annual Golf Tournament, sponsored by UOHS (September 21, 2017)

This past September 21, 54 golfers (and 24 extra eaters) came out to raise funds for CACHA at this year’s golf tournament at Anderson Links Golf Club in Carlsbad Springs, ON. There was some great golf, great food, great raffles prices, and an exceptional talk from Sister Clarissa, a long standing medical partner of CACHA, now based near Arusha, Tanzania.

We’d like to thank all our guests: your support is crucial to our work; and our sponsors, University of Ottawa Health Services (UOHS) as well as GGFL Chartered Professional Accountants, Uniglobe Travel, Marcil Lavallée, Human 2.0, and Festival Promotions, and all the businesses who donates amazing prizes for our raffle.

Special thanks to our amazing and generous organizers and volunteers, Anne-Michelle Arless, Barbara Hendrick, Noreen Mubarik, Pricess Ethan, Kelsi Belanger, Amber Bean, and Osmey and Joanie from Osmey Millian Photography.

Photographs thanks to Osmey Milian Photography.

See more here.

CONGRATS to Marty Bean, Dave Knight,  Sean Boylan and Mike McCall, our winning foursome!

Successful Fundraiser for Agnez Zabali Boys & Girls Club (November 4, 2017)

The Agnes Zabali Boys & Girls Club in Kamengo, Uganda is a very special project that is helping a lot of special kids change their lives for the better. On November 4th, the AZBGC held a fundraiser at Ottawa’s Kent St. Legion Hall. We would like to thank the organizers and volunteers for their selfless work, the generous auction donors, and all the guests who came to support this project and the AZBGC kids. Guests were treated to a roast beef dinner, Ugandan dancing, live music, unique sales and auction items, and several exceptional speakers. Special thanks to b-baller Milt Palacio for his inspiring words.

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