Milton, ON – The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation has thanked everyone who watched their live feed announcement of the 12th Annual Miracle On Main Street Campaign on November 30 at Gallinger Ford Lincoln showroom.
A special thanks was extended to Gallinger Ford Lincoln – who launched the annual event with a $5000 donation – and Halton Police for their continued support. Also thanked was @RBC Dominion Securities Burlington.
The foundation also announced that $2,000 in gifts cards were purchased from Troy’s Diner and that they would be given to families in need throughout Halton.
Covid has hit restaurants hard so Miracle On Main will donate $60,000 in support of restaurants, public schools, Salvation Army & Halton Women’s Place, the foundation said.
Attending the events were Canada’s longest-serving Mayor Gord Krantz of Milton and Councilor Mike Cluett, Town & Regional Councillor – Milton/Halton Region. Generous cheques were also given by the Foundation to several schools in the region.
As in years past, the foundation is looking to collect as many donations as possible to aid those less fortunate in the Halton Region. “
We are continuing our partnership with the Halton Regional Police Services to help support more and more Halton families every year,” Tiger Jeet Singh said.
The Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation is a Milton-based charity started by wrestling legends, humanitarians, and philanthropists; Tiger Jeet Singh and his son Tiger Ali Singh.
For the last eleven years, the Tiger Jeet Singh Foundation has organized the “Miracle on Main Street” event which has raised millions of dollars through donations and sponsorships for children and families in need who live in the Region, as well as, purchase thousands of toys for children admitted over the holidays at McMaster Children’s Hospital and SickKids.
Since 1999 the Halton Regional Police Service have supported families through Toys for Tots campaign. All donations collected are distributed to Halton schools, community agencies and families.