City of Vaughan Toy Drive 2018
Tony Romanelli along with his beautiful family donated 5500 toys to this years local, Vaughan Toy Drive. A yearly tradition Tony partakes in is ensuring more kids and families are able to have better Christmases.
"On behalf of the atheletes of the Special Olympics National Soccer team, I would like to thank you for your donation of $2500.
Your generoristy and support are greatly appreciated."
CP24 CHUM Christmas Wish
The CP24 CHUM Christmas Wish was originally established in 1966 as CHUM’s Kid’s Crusade Foundation, for the purpose of assisting children in need and children’s charities. Known under its new name for the past 8 years, CP24 CHUM Christmas Wish is the largest toy distributer in the GTA.
On Friday, December 5th, 2017 Tony Romanelli and his team from RCC Waterproofing donated over 20 skids of toys filling 2 trucks, with a value of $108,000. To date, this is the largest donation Vaughan has received this year for the toy drive!
Watch the interview on CP24 HERE.
The Salvation Army
A thank you letter received from the Salvation Army in 2017 for the contribution from Tony and RCC.
10K Sporting Life Run
In 2009 and 2010, RCC were proud sponsors and runners for the 10k Sporting Life Run. Sporting Life Run is a 10 kilometer run that starts from Toronto's iconic Yonge St. where runners then race downhill [South], through the Entertainment District, then finish at Fort York Blvd. The money raided from the run helps send a child with cancer to camp. For more information about the run or if you like to participate, click here.
Million Tree Challenge
Million Tree Challenge Partner, RCC Waterproofing, stepped up and generously sponsored 1,000 native trees seedlings for giveaway at the 2015 London Life Forest City Road Races. For the past four years, native tree seedlings have been given out at the Forest City Road Races – a Partner in London’s Million Tree Challenge. Each year it has been popular with participants but costly for Reforest London until this year, for the first time, a sponsor was found to cover the cost of these baby trees.