Our Tribute Wall

Celebrating the Ones We Love


Ontario Shores Foundation's Tribute Wall allows our generous donors to celebrate and honour their loved ones by giving them a space to showcase the people they love and those who have touched their life.

Our Tribute Wall is your Tribute Wall. It is a place where you can express your feelings of friendship, love, admiration or sympathy by; memorializing a loved one, honouring individuals who have provided special care, or celebrating individuals who have an upcoming special occasion.

To find out how you can add your tribute to our wall, please contact Susan Remmer, Director, Development,   
e. remmers@ontarioshores.ca, t. 905.430.4055 ext. 6575


TRIBUTE WALL MEMBERS



The Conan Fund - Jacob Grosberg and Alli Grosberg

the conan fundIn Honour of Ben Grosberg
Ben Grosberg was a RMT (registered massage therapist), husband, dad, uncle, brother, friend and teacher. He was loved and still is loved by so many. He changed the world with his kind, healing ways. He smiled and made everyone feel like the most important person in the world. He gave the best hugs, and shared the best love. He was there for people 24/7 and always put others in front of himself. He is a true angel, and will greatly missed by all who knew him.

The Conan Fund and the Mental Health Hub were established in 2018 in honor of Ben, who took his own life at the age of 47 as a result of mental illness.

This donation has been given by the founders of the Conan Fund, Jacob Grosberg and Alli Grosberg. They are thrilled to support the PROMPT Care Clinic and The Recovery College at Ontario Shores, with a gift of $7,100 to make a difference in the lives of those living with mental illness.

Shayne's Shore Run

shayne clenchIn Honour Shayne John Andrew Clench (1996-2014)
Shayne Clench was an extremely shy, sensitive, generous caring, compassionate, empathetic, humorous, gifted bright shining star. He was a hockey player, loved music and playing video games. He loved to tease and joke around with his friends and would go the extra mile to cheer someone up or give them the shirt off his back. His smile was infectious as well as his mischievous grin, one never knew what he was going to do next. No time to say good-bye! You were gone before we knew it. Our hearts still ache with sadness. No one will ever know how much it meant to lose you, but our love is always with you; your place no one can fill.

At the age of 17, Shayne was told he had aged out of the Adolescent Program and there was nothing more that could be done for him. Shayne’s Shore Run honours the memory of Shayne, who died by suicide on March 3, 2014.

The run aims to raise awareness and funds for Adolescent/ Young Adults and the Transitional Age Youth (TAY) Program with the HOPE to make a difference in the lives of those youth /young adults struggling with mental illness. To date the total fundraising amounts to almost $55,000.00 for Youth Mental Health at Ontario Shores.