MPP Sandra Pupatello

Sandra Pupatello and Rachel Decoste

MPP Sandra Pupatello, Minister of Economic Development and Trade

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Rachel's Community Contributions

  • Operation Red Nose (25th anniversary)
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters Ottawa : Rachel organized a fundraiser for BB/BS with the theme "US Election Watch Cocktail-Fundraiser" on November 4th at the Avant-Garde Bar in downtown Ottawa. We raised under $2,000 all the while watching history unfold live on TV.
  • Famous 5 Foundation : inaugural year for the Ottawa Chapter. Honouring the spirit of the Canadian women who were largely responsible for securing the right to vote for women in Canada.
  • Montfort Hospital Association.
  • Every Child is Sacred : Guided by the principles of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, this organisation raise the visibility of National Child Day by promoting a culture of appreciation, honouring and celebrating the ECIS-HC vision.
  • Children's Aid Society/Foster Care : Mentor, tutor, councillor, field-trip planner for dozens of foster children who sojourned in family home.
  • Black Canadian Scholarship Fund : Recipient of Volunteer Appreciation Award.
  • S.O.S. Montfort: Participated in fundraising drives to save our hospital.
  • Charity Donations:
    • Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation : The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure is an extraordinary single-day experience that unites more than 170,000 Canadians to raise funds for innovative and relevant breast cancer research, education, and awareness programs.
    • Canadian Liver Foundation : national organization whose objective is to promote liver health, reduce the incidence and impact of all liver diseases, and improve the quality of life of those living with liver disease.
    • Helping With Furniture : Since 2005, they pick up gently used furniture from around the city of Ottawa and deliver it to refugee claimants who often arrive to Canada with very little material possessions. They have delivered a service through the dedication of a handful of volunteers and the support of community donors.