Giving Back during COVID-19

Our healthcare and community frontline workers continue to fight COVID-19 for us every day. Argo Development Corporation, alongside our partners, proudly supports these heroes. Join us in making a difference during this pandemic. Donate, volunteer or give back to our Healthcare and Community heroes that support our communities. #StrongerTogether

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Learn more about these organizations and their efforts underway below and how you can help.

Trillium Health Partners

In partnership with the community, Trillium Health Partners Foundation raises critical funds to support the highest priority needs of Trillium Health Partners, Ontario’s largest community academic hospital, located in Mississauga and West Toronto. Their mission is to inspire the community to invest in a new kind of health care for a healthier community.

Oakville Hospital Foundation

“The mission of Oakville Hospital Foundation is to connect generosity to world-class community healthcare at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital. Guided by our values of gratitude, accountability and respect, we are committed to ensuring our hospital has the resources it needs to provide medical care to patients close to home.”

 

Headwater Health Care Foundation

“We are donor-centred and ethically based in all our actions. Our primary purpose is to grow, inspire, and nurture relationships with donors to assist them in their goal of enabling Headwaters Health Care Centre to provide sustainable, high quality, patient-centred health care to the community.”

 

William Osler Hospital Foundation

“At Osler Foundation, we work to get your hospitals the funds they need to provide the best possible care. We can’t do it without you. Your donations buy essential equipment so Osler can provide exemplary health care close to home.”

 

Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation

“We engage our community. We inspire investment in Joseph Brant Hospital. We work to make a difference in healthcare for our community. At the JBH Foundation, we strive to live our values: Collaborative, Innovative, Responsive, and Transparent.”

 

Milton District Hospital Foundation

“A registered charity founded in 1980, Milton District Hospital Foundation (MDHF) works to raise funds for Milton District Hospital (MDH), site of Halton Healthcare Services (HHS).

As the government does not provide all the funding for hospital equipment needs, MDHF raises funds to help purchase essential medical equipment and improve the facilities through annual fundraising initiatives, community events, and a combination of various other programs.”

Caledon Community Services

“Caledon Community Services (CCS) is building a better Caledon together with you and making real and meaningful contributions to the quality of health, jobs and life for residents of every age across Caledon.”

 

Knights Table

“For over 27 years Knights Table has served the needs of people dealing with issues of poverty and homelessness in the Peel Region. Driven by client needs, Knights Table is supported by a staff of 10 along with over 3,200 volunteers who are committed to assisting people who come through our doors.”

 

Twas the Bite Before Christmas

“We are a non-profit organization whose mission is to ‘Fight Hunger; Feed Hope, and Empower People in Need’ within the city of Mississauga”

 

The Compass

A Food Bank & Outreach Centre located in Port Credit providing a safe and welcoming place for people to come to for help. They offer immediate assistance with food, and work with clients offering practical and spiritual support.

 

The Mississauga Food Bank

The Mississauga Food Bank is working to build a mississauga where nobody goes hungry, The Mississauga Food Bank is the central food bank in Mississauga, providing food for over 242,000 meals each month through a network of 44 agencies.

 

Feed Mississauga

Feed Mississauga: their mission is to ensure no one goes hungry in our great City of Mississauga during the COVID-19 pandemic. Donations will be distributed in numerous ways throughout Mississauga, including to seniors, food banks, associations and places of worship.


Lakeview Wins 2020 Brownie Award

We are excited to share that our Lakeview Village site has won the 2020 Brownie Awards in the “Reinvest” Category. The Brownie Awards recognize the builders, innovators and visionaries who are dedicated to the rehabilitation of brownfield sites that were once contaminated, under-utilized and undeveloped into productive residential and commercial projects that contribute to the growth of healthy communities across Canada.

For over 50 years, Mississauga’s waterfront has been inaccessible by its residents; a coal burning power plant has stood on its shoreline, emitting smog across waters once treasured for trade, transport and life by the lake.

Together, Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), the Region of Peel and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), are reconnecting Mississauga with the lake. This new coastal conservation area, a vision largely driven by the late Councillor Jim Tovey, will reinvigorate the waterfront with 64 acres of brand new, publicly accessible wetlands, streams, trails and beautiful naturalized areas.

The Lakeview Village site is in the process of transforming the brownfield lands formerly occupied by Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) coal burning station – first developed on the site in the late 1950s. The site, with its eight boilers and four stacks known as “The Four Sisters”, ceased operations in 2005 and was demolished between 2006 and 2007.

The decommissioning of the power plant left thousands of tonnes of concrete rubble that needed to be extracted and removed. Lakeview Community Partners Limited, comprised of the Greater Toronto Area’s leading community builders that includes TACC Construction Limited, Greenpark Group, CCI Development Group, Branthaven Homes, and Argo Development Corporation, supports the building of this incredible green waterfront destination by extracting and donating over 200,000 tonnes of concrete to help fill and construct the foundation and breakwater for the conservation area, with an additional 5,000 tonnes of metal and rebar extracted and recycled. Lakeview Village will create a truly accessible waterfront for all with a restored Serson Creek and the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail for a continuous waterfront trail from west to east.

To learn more about this exciting land-mark project, visit www.mylakeviewvillage.com