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For more than 50 years, Anago has been building stronger communities by helping at-risk youth and vulnerable adults navigate critical transitions in their
lives. As a registered not-for-profit charity, Anago’s work focuses on community
justice, mental health and developmental disability services, helping to ‘lead
from one place to a better place’, a translation of the original Greek ana-ago.
Anago was founded on the belief that each individual has gifts to share and differing abilities, not disabilities. Adopting a relationship-based focus to our work, Anago provides programs and services to female youth with concurrent mental health diagnoses, male youth in conflict with the law and persons with developmental challenges.
Anago receives financial support from government, private donors and corporate sources. These dollars fund initiatives and residential programs throughout London, Middlesex and Huron Counties, including a therapeutic care residence, youth detention centres, residential homes and community support programs for persons with mental health and/or developmental challenges. Anago is proud to build on its strengths and more than fifty-year heritage in cultivating opportunities for at-risk youth and vulnerable adults to achieve independence through integration into communities of support.”
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Thank you so much for everyone’s support for the Climb for Kids with Ken Steeves. With the donations, the online support and hard work from Ken, himself! We are so proud of your accomplishment! We loved seeing our flag at the top of the mountain!
Here about the experiences that Ken encountered, when he talked with Ken Eastwood and Lisa Brandt from 1290 CJBK Radio Interview
If you are interested in taking the climb yourself, Contact Tusker Trail Adventures
A well-known London Police officer is gearing up to climb Africa’s highest mountain to raise money to help troubled youth.
Detective Constable Ken Steeves will be making the trek up Mount Kilimanjaro next week alongside seven others, and leaves for Tanzania on Saturday.
Click here for the interview- AM980 Interview
Eleven young woman, overjoyed on December 22, 2016, after the Power Angel Santas arrived to brighten their lives!! This Christmas Surprise was once again the highlight of the year, seeing the girls’ faces light up as they opened their amazing packages, filled with PJ’s, Robes, slippers, pillows, sheet sets, blankets, journals, Indigo Gift Cards and stockings filled with all types of goodies! In addition to all of this, they each received a bean bag chair for their rooms!!!| There are so many wonderful community members to thank for making Christmas dreams comes true each year! Cynthia O’Neill leads this magical initiative, rallying so many wonderful people and sharing the story of Anago and what care and support
There are so many wonderful community members to thank for making Christmas dreams comes true each year! Cynthia O’Neill leads this magical initiative, rallying so many wonderful people and sharing the story of Anago and what kind of care and support are provided there.
This year, an event was planned, called the Power Angel Wish Project, held at KnitStich, graciously hosted by Suzanne French. A big thank-you to Pop Up Stores – Parklane Jewellery with Amy Longhorn, Do Terra Essential Oils with Cate O’Neill and Cathy Brown Swanton and RE/United Design with Mary Downs. Thank-you so much to the immense amount of support and love sent through donations of items on the Wish List and monetary donations made by; Theresa Matthews, Mary Downs, Mary Jane Symonette, Terry Morrisey, Patricia Ferries, Karen Moffatt, Nancy Watson, Deb Shaver, Joy Cowell, Lisa McMillan, Jennifer Grant, Karen Dalton, Jane Engels, Joyce Day, Brenda Walton, Diane Cooper, Peggy Brenneman, Stephanie
Thank-you so much to the immense amount of support and love sent through donations of items on the Wish List and monetary donations made by; Theresa Matthews, Mary Downs, Mary Jane Symonette, Terry Morrisey, Patricia Ferries, Karen Moffatt, Nancy Watson, Deb Shaver, Joy Cowell, Lisa McMillan, Jennifer Grant, Karen Dalton, Jane Engels, Joyce Day, Brenda Walton, Diane Cooper, Peggy Brenneman, Stephanie Legdon and the many, many other beautiful angels who were part of this project. Hearts like yours support our young women to feel part of their community and loved like they should be! On behalf of the staff and girls at Anago Parkhill Therapeutic Care Residence, we thank you and wish you the merriest of holidays and
Hearts like yours support our young women to feel part of their community and loved like they should be! On behalf of the staff and girls at Anago Parkhill Therapeutic Care Residence, we thank you and wish you the merriest of holidays and 2017 filled with love, laughter, and friendship!
There is so much excitement building for the January Climb for Kids with Ken Steeves. He has been working hard to collect donations not for the journey itself but for the young men at the King Street Detention Centre and Genest Detention Centre in London.
Here is the clip with CTV News: CTV Video Clip
Any amount you are able to donate will support Anago with providing more opportunities for these young males in hopes that they too can get on the right track in life and conquer any mountains they are faced with.
To Donate Click here —> GoFundMe
The fundraising has begun!
Ken, friends and family are working hard to gain awareness about the January Climb for Kids on Mount Kilimanjaro.
Ken was offered an opportunity to speak with Lisa Brandt and Ken Eastwood from CJBK about the Climb for Kids.
Click the link to hear the interview.
To Donate to :
Our Board Member Ken Steeves is raising money for Anago!
Join Us in sharing the message and Follow the Adventure!
This Article was featured in OurLondon
To Donate Click Here –> https://www.gofundme.com/mountkili-anago
Imagine being raised in an environment where you do not feel safe at home – some, most or all of the time. Imagine the one(s) you turn to in time of need not being there when you need them most. I was raised in a similar atmosphere where both of my parents struggled with alcohol. Almost every weekend, they turned to alcohol and it often times got violent. When sober, they were amazing! When intoxicated…not so much so. (As an aside, my mother passed away a number of years ago from cancer and I’m proud to say my dad for several years now rarely consumes alcohol!) I am not perfect, but I was fortunate to find what I consider the right paths in life. Unfortunately, many in similar and varying related circumstances do not. Being a police officer in London, Ontario, I sadly see the results of this far too often.
I am currently a board member for a wonderful non-profit organization that provides young males who’ve found themselves in conflict with the law, opportunities to learn that life does not have to continue down this path. Anago operates both King Street Detention Centre and Genest Detention Centre in London (among services for other vulnerable individuals within London and other surrounding communities) and strives to provide a safe and therapeutic environment for all. www.anago.on.ca
A couple years ago, I had a life-changing experience after my wife paid for a skydive for me (silly me for mentioning I’d like to try it ). Jumping from a plane 8000′ in the sky (and surviving), made the inspirational statement of “being able to do anything you want in life” a reality for me. After that, I thought “what next?”! After meeting a couple people who had climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, I then started thinking about tackling the challenge. With the support and encouragement of my wife, I committed to the challenge of climbing and summiting the 19,341′ high mountain in Africa…in January 2017.
Realizing that we’re all faced with many mountains throughout our lives – some more difficult to climb than others – I am incorporating this fundraising initiative with my climb for Mount Kilimanjaro. Any amount you are able to donate will support Anago with providing more opportunities for these young males in hopes that they too can get on the right track in life and conquer any mountains they are faced with.
Anago (Non) Residential Resources Inc. is a registered charity with Canada Revenue Agency (charitable registration #: 11908 0422 RR0001). A tax receipt will be provided for any donation exceeding $20 upon request and receipt of your full name and mailing address. Please send request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anago Resources invites our members, supporters and the community to read our Annual Report for the 2015-2016 year. Called “Leading from one place to a better place”. Read a note from our Board of Directors and Executive Director and find out what we have been up to!
Thank you to everyone for your support and look forward to the continued growth!
Anago, Genest Detention Centre is a secure detention/custody facility for male youth. We strive to provide a safe and therapeutic environment for all. It has truly transcended to ALL over the years. This video is of our “Momma Duck”. She has been coming to Genest for the past six years to nest. She has hatched 7 nests of ducklings in one of our flowerboxes, surrounded by our facility.
Every year, we have a ‘duck migration’ in which we have all the youth in our facility assist to walk the ducks from the courtyard, through the school hallway to our outside yard, so they can make their way to the pond a couple doors down. This year, Momma Duck hatched her ducklings just prior to Children’s Mental Health week and so we had a “Duck March for Children’s Mental Health