Community Heroes

Bentley’s Journey to Walk – An Update One Year Later

You may remember our posts on Guelph resident, Bentley Mitchell, or you may already be a follower of his story. Just over one year ago, he was in St. Louis undergoing life-changing Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) surgery. It’s a procedure that treats muscle spasticity (painful cramps and spasms) and most commonly affects those with Cerebral Palsy, like… Read more »

What’s Up at The Letter M

What's Up at The Letter M?

New and improved brands We’ve been privileged to lead rebranding exercises with two terrific organizations over the past few months. From its early days as one of the province’s first telephone companies to today as a full telecommunications company, Bruce Telecom has connected its communities with people, passion and precision. (Props to our partners and… Read more »

What’s Up At The Letter M

What's Up at The Letter M?

Join us in welcoming Menah Kerr It’s been extra-awesome around here since Menah Kerr joined #TeamTLM back in the fall as our newest Account Manager. Her sound advice and enviable project management skills help several of our clients keep their marketing on track. Prior to jumping in at The Letter M, Menah worked in marketing and… Read more »

Bentley’s Journey to Walk – Update

A boy named Bentley is pictured as he is learning how to walk after surgery on his legs.

In today’s post, we are tipping our hats to Bentley Mitchell – a Community Hero who has persevered through a physical disability with determination and hard work to make a dream come true. Back in August, we posted about Chad and Melissa Mitchell’s fundraising campaign for a surgical procedure, for their son Bentley’s Cerebral Palsy,… Read more »

Bentley’s Journey to Walk

Bentley's Journey Header Graphic

In today’s post, we are tipping our hats to Chad and Melissa Mitchell – Community Heroes who have ignited an incredibly successful fundraising campaign for their son, while raising awareness about the realities of Cerebral Palsy. Our bodies were made for walking. It’s the most basic mode of transportation, everyone loves it and most people… Read more »

Community Hero – Royal LePage

Since 2009, the Royal LePage National Garage Sale for Shelter has raised over $1.6 million for Women in Crisis through sales held across Canada. We are tipping our hats to Guelph’s Royal City Realty and crowning them a community hero for their ongoing participation in this event. They will hold their sale on Saturday, May… Read more »

Community Hero – Bryce Chrysler

My community hero this week is Bryce Chrysler. I met Bryce last year at Specialty Graphic Finishers, where he gave me a tour. Bryce was diagnosed with ALS in 2011, and by the time I met him, he’d already lost the ability to speak. He used an iPad to help him communicate. Although Bryce is… Read more »