Team Weir Gives Back Three Oaks

Team Weir Gives Back: Three Oaks

November is but one month you can support Three Oaks and thereby assist local women and children who are in need of a safe place to stay. Pictured below – Donna and Chelsea, with their purple scarves, presenting a cheque to the staff at Three Oaks.

Team Weir Food Drive

In February 2016, Team Weir organized a food drive for the local Care and Share food bank. Many thanks to all who contributed.
particularly the residents of Brookshire Meadows in Trenton and Forest Ridge in Frankford. All donations were matched by Team Weir!

Team Weir Donates To Local Women’s Shelter

Team Weir, longstanding supporters of the local Three Oaks Women’s
shelter, donates a much needed new computer and television to the
women and children utilizing the shelter. Nationally, Royal Lepage has
raised over $20M for over 200 shelters across the country.

Rockfest Tickets

David Weir donates 6 tickets to Rockfest 2015 in support of the 8 AMS/Camp Trillium Charity Golf Tournament.

ATC Display in Trenton’s National Air Force Museum’s Air Park

David Weir BA, CD, Past President of the Military Air Traffic Control Heritage Association presents Ian Stock CD, Investment Advisor at RBC
Dominion Securities, with a plaque for his support of the ATC Display in Trenton’s National Air Force Museum’s Air Park.

Donation by David to the Brighton Highlanders

Donation by David to the Brighton Highlanders.

Surf & Turf Donation

Shawn Duffy thanks David for his donation of team shirts for the 8 Wing/CFB Trenton Annual Surf & Turf Relay Race.

Don Cherry acknowledges ‘Families Helping Families’

Poster signed by Don Cherry acknowledging David’s initiative in coordinating the ‘Families Helping Families’ limited edition print in support of MFRCs.

Habitat for Humanity’s Trenton Build

Chelsea Weir and Mayor John Williams support St Paul Secondary School and Habitat for Humanity’s Trenton build.

Sponsoring Ontario Law Enforcement

David sponsors the Ontario Law Enforcement Athletic Association’s Family Day at the Canadian Law Enforcement and Fire Games.

Donating to the Relief Project in Jamaica

David presents a cheque to Air Traffic Control Officer Craig Rogalsky in support of a Relief Project in Jamaica. The monies bought a
generator for a remote storm-ravaged school.

Military Air Traffic Control Association

David Weir and Nelson Lyon present Chris Colton of the National Air Force Museum of Canada with a cheque for $10K on behalf of Don Landin of the Military Air Traffic Control  Association (absent).

Habitat for Humanity Project

David, as a coordinator with Trenton’s first Habitat for Humanity Project, liaises with CFB Trenton’s Construction & Engineering Section to help build a home for a Trenton family in need.