Help Us To Support Children With Disabilities!
The Ottawa Rotary Home Foundation exists to improve the quality of life of caregivers and individuals with disabilities through a family and person-centered approach that is responsive to individual needs and offered in a dynamic and flexible way. Offering a variety of specialty respite programs for different age groups.
Journey House incorporates a supported independent living model, within a residential community for young people with diagnosed exceptionalities. The residents are encouraged to become integrated and connected with their community through a range of innovative daily activities that enhance a sense of belonging and personal identity.
New Year’s Eve in the Nation’s Capital!
It’s Back! On Monday, December 31st, the Ottawa New Year’s Eve Charity Ball will once again, be held at the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre. Experience, another exciting night of amazing auction items, fantastic entertainment, an extravagant four course meal, and champagne! Dance the night away, with the world class music artistry of the Steve Berndt Quartet and the disc jockey mastery of DJ David Deez.
All proceeds benefit two wonderful charities. The Ottawa Rotary Home Foundation delivers respite services that support children and youth with disabilities, such as spina bifida, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy, and cerebral palsy. Journey House provides residential options and day programs for young people challenged with autism spectrum disorder, global developmental delay, and downs syndrome.