A side view of our blue-grey clubhouse, with a wooden ramp leading to the entrance.

TEAD is pleased to recognize a $82,400 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) Capital Fund. The aim of this fund is to support community-based organizations that deliver programs and services in Ontario and need funding to improve facilities and spaces in their community.  

Introducing our accessible, climate-controlled clubhouse where we aim to run year-round unmounted programming. This new multi-use space is already being put to use with diagnosis-specific programming for individuals with autism, as well as integrated unmounted group activities. 

Today was our clubhouse's official unveiling. Thank you to Grant Maclean and Shelly Cameron, representatives of MPP Donna Skelly’s office, who visited us this morning for our new clubhouse’s inauguration.      

Four volunteers standing together with big smiles in front of the clubhouseThank you to our incredible volunteers Glen, Deb, Cameron, Marn, Carol and so many others for all the hard work they put into finishing our beautiful new space. We could not have done this without your selflessness and dedication to TEAD. A huge thank you as well to Caledonia Timber Mart for donating all the wood used to make the accessible ramp leading into the clubhouse.

Thank you to North Country Sheds for building and delivering the shell of our clubhouse, and to Lorne Hoddinott for installing the drywall, flooring, and trim. 

Thank you to the OTF for once again supporting TEAD, continuing to help us increase our impact in the community.  We are so grateful, from the bottom of our hearts. 


TEAD volunteers, staff, Board Members, and representatives of Donna Skelly smiling at the camera inside the clubhouse.  A Board Member is holding a thank you plaque for OTF.