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Testimonials

London Police Charity Golf Classic

January 5, 2010

Dear Gord:

We are very pleased and proud to announce that the 4th Annual London Police Charity Golf Classic raised $56,000 for the 2010 Special Olympics National Summer Games. The London Police Service and the London Police Association would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all of our sponsors and community partners, who once again made this one of the premier events in southwestern Ontario. This tournament was first class all the way and one of the largest, with 304 golfers!

Many of our sponsors have committed to the 5th Annual London Police Charity Golf Classic, including our Title Sponsors: RWAM Insurance Administrators Inc., Green Shield Canada, ACE/INA, and Scotiabank Group. A big thank you to Bruce Burnham, Mike Brown, Rick Weir, and Karen Dredge!

Plans are underway for the 2010 tournament, which will be held at The Oaks Golf and Country Club and Fire Rock Golf Club on Wednesday, September 22, 2010. All of our previous sponsors will be contacted by committee members to confirm their commitment for 2010. Once again, we will be seeking sponsorship at all levels, including Gold Sponsors, Silver Sponsors, Hole Sponsors and donated prizes.

The 2010 Special Olympics National Summer Games will continue to be the charity for this event. Our committee members will work hard again this year to ensure that this tournament will be even more spectacular! We thank you again for your support.

Best regards,

William D. Merrylees
Tournament Chair
Superintendent
Uniformed Division
London Police Service

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United Way of London & Middlesex

February 2, 2010

Dear Gord:

You have made, and continue to make, a positive, lasting difference in so many lives. Your positive and enthusiastic efforts and response to volunteering are very much appreciated. Your contributions to the United Way of London & Middlesex and to our community are invaluable.

Throughout our 2009 campaign, the ISM Security team has professionally and enthusiastically supported a variety of events. At the Harvest Lunch, United Way High School football games, and at Stairclimb you have demonstrated your leadership and commitment to our community.

At the United Way of London & Middlesex we want to assure you that all of your volunteer efforts and financial support will be invested where it’s needed most in our community. Your investment helps individuals, families and neighbourhoods realize their full potential. Creating positive, lasting change. Not just for today, but for the long term. And that means a better community for us all.

We look forward to continuing to work with ISM Security Inc. To build a stronger community, for us all. At United Way, we believe that together we can do so much more than we can alone. Without you, there would be no way.

Sincerely,

Andrew Lockie
CEO
United Way of London & Middlesex

 

 

Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services

January 15, 2010

Dear Mr. Fisher:

I am writing to express my thanks to you for permitting police officers to use your business premises in role playing exercises as part of the Technical Investigator course. It was most helpful to the students to gain experience in this environment and beneficial to the development of the technical investigator.

The ministry takes great pride in the training it offers to police technical investigators, which has proven to be the best offered in North America. This training would not be possible without the support of local businesses.

Once again, thank you for your continued support of law enforcement in the community.

Yours truly,

Peter Shadgett
Director, CISO
Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services

 

 

W.R.M.S. ALUMNI

January 17, 2010

Dear Gordon Fisher:

On behalf of the WRMS alumni I would like to take this moment to thank you for the donation of your services.

Once again I would just like to say on behalf of the WRMS alumni that we are in great thanks to you and your staff for your contribution to our alumni and our entire alumnus’s.

Sincerely yours,

Kevin McAllister (Board Member)
WRMS Alumni Committee

 

 

Canadian Diabetes Association

November 13, 2009

Dear ISM Team:

On behalf of the Canadian Diabetes Association, I would like to thank you for your help in the fight against diabetes. This morning the Staff and students at Banting joined an estimated 150,000 participants in 54  countries in the World Diabetes Foundation's Global Diabetes Walk – a walk to raise the awareness of the seriousness of the global diabetes epidemic.

You and your team of top-notch security personnel helped to ensure the safety of the event and contributed to its success.

Each year, ISM is there to provide support to the Canadian Diabetes Association and Sir Frederick Banting Secondary School. The support we receive from the staff at ISM is great to see. This year, we were talking to the guards, who mentioned their direct connection to diabetes, whether it is a family member living with the disease, or one guard who grew up in Alliston (where Dr. Banting was born) and went to Banting High School there. Volunteering for the walk is a small but significant act to help those ISM staff and their family members living with diabetes.

As our population ages, a greater number of people will develop diabetes. Few other diseases touch the lives of so many Canadians. Ask a person who lives with diabetes and they will tell you that, while manageable, diabetes also has a significant, perhaps less obvious emotional impact. It is a demanding disease with many unpleasant impositions and deprivations, and no guarantees of a life free from complications. It demands attention every hour of every day. It is ongoing, never-ending and often overwhelming.

As we move forward, support from peope like you is critical. Through our combined efforts, diabetes is becoming more manageable – and possibly curable – making the lives of Canadians with diabetes and their families better.

Thank you once again for your supoort, without it our achievements would not be possible.

Yours truly,

Sue Taylor
(Regional Director)

Grant Maltman
(Curator, Banting House)

Trevor McLellan
(Coordinator, Public Programs & Services)

 

 

Hospice of London

November 9, 2008

Dear Gord:

On behalf of the volunteers and staff at Hospice of London, I wish to express our sincere appreciation to you and Innovative Security Management for your most generous donation of the security officer for our Annual Hospice Half Marathon, 10K and 5K Memory Walk. Over 400 people participated and with your help this year, we were able to raise over $10,000.

As you may be aware, the programs and services at Hospice of London centre on helping people with a life threatening illness live at home as comfortably and as fully as possible. Care not only focuses on the physical needs but is also compassionate and aimed at improving quality of care.

From volunteer visits that provide support and companionship, to complimentary therapies to enhance the quality of life, all the needs of the client, family and caregiver are addressed. Our programs and services are provided in our home or in yours.

Our staff and volunteers are passionately committed to providing support services at no cost to our clients irrespective of age, gender, race, culture, religion or economic status.

We are able to provide our services due to the generosity of people like you and businesses like ISM. The monies raised from the race will be dedicated to recruiting, training and coordination volunteer visitors to meet the growing need for Hospice care in our community.

Right now 1 in 10 Canadians are caring for someone with a long-term illness and this number is on the rise. We know how hard it is to accept the imminent passing of a loved one. We are very pleased that you have decided to support us in making this very difficult passage both manageable and meaningful for so many people in our community.

We are most grateful for you support.

Sincerely,

Jane Graham
Executive Director

 

 

Big Brothers of London Inc.

March 22, 2007

Dear Gord:

Big Brothers of London is pleased to announce that the Bowl For Kid’s Sake 2007 Event held at Fleetway Bowl Centre on February 18, 2007 raised over $50,000! We were pleased to have included your company as a participating sponsor and wish to express our sincere appreciation for your contribution to our success.

The funds raised at this event will go towards our agency’s efforts to find volunteer Big Brothers for 90 boys who are currently on the waiting list. Thank you for helping us to help the children in our community who benefit through our mentoring services.

We are pleased to forward to you your company’s sign, which has been autographed by:
Jordan Shine #29, Andrew Wilkins #26 and Scott Aarssen #6 of the London Knights who were in attendance at this year’s Bowl For Kid’s Sake Event. We hope you will display with pride, your sign which recognizes your support of Big Brothers of London.

Again, thank you on behalf of our kids and we hope that you will consider participating at Bowl For Kid’s Sake 2008!

Sincerely,

Glen Mitchell
Executive Director

 

 

Stratford Festival of Canada

June 13, 2006

Dear Mr. Weyers:

Now that the Opening Week of the 2006 season is successfully completed I would like to thank you and your staff for your help.

Your comprehensive review of all safety and security aspects with regard to the Festival and its patrons during the time leading up to th protest planned for our Opening was invaluable to our successfully launching our season. The knowledge, response time and professionalism that emanated from your staff was impressive.

On behalf of the Festival’s audience, artists and staff please pass on to your team our profound appreciation.

Sincerely,

Jeff Heggie
Facilities Manager

P.S.: Thanks for having your team respond to our needs and requests. Your team was very responsive and valuable to our position when reacting with situations at the gates and Main Building entrances.

 

 

Music Reigns, The Gala

June 14, 2006

Dear Gord,

On behalf of King’s College and Orchestra London, thank you for your continued support of Music Reigns, The Gala. This year’s event featured the upbeat music of ABBAMANIA and Orchestra London, a fabulous silent auction and a lovely dinner. It is due to the support of people like you that the event was such a huge success.

We greatly appreciated having your security officers at The London Convention Centre on Thursday, May 4 and Friday, May 5. It was comforting to know that your staff were there keeping an eye on things and insuring that the event was a pleasant experience for everyone.

Thank you again for your support. We hope to see you next year at the 11th annual Music Reigns.

Sincerely,

Kelly Schaus
Alumni & Development Officer
King’s University College at
The University of Western Ontario

 

 

The Salvation Army Ontario Great Lakes Division

January 31, 2005

Dear Friend:

Thank you for your generous donation to The Salvation Army South Asia Disaster Relief Fund. Your donation will be used to provide water, food as well as rebuilding homes for the victims of the Tsunami. 100% of your donation will be forwarded directly to the affected areas in Asia.

The official income tax receipt is enclosed.

Once again thank you for your support of our emergency disaster teams of The Salvation Army and may God Bless you for your thoughtfulness towards those affected by this terrific disaster.

Sincerely,

Betty Spearman
Donor Relations
Public Relations and Development
Ontario Great Lakes Division

 

 

Canadian Red Cross

March 31, 2005

Dear Red Cross Donor:

Thank you for helping Red Cross help so many people whose lives were devastated by the South Asian tsunami. Your generosity is truly making a difference in the 12 countries where hundreds of rlief workers are hard at work.

The ravages of nature have brought great tragedy but also elicited the best in human nature as you and so many other Canadians have responded with generous gifts. In the London and Middlesex communities, the Red Cross raised over 1.6 million dollars.

Your response to this staggering disaster has helped the Red Cross in Canada and around the world mobilize aid and relief workers during the immediate relief effort and is now paving the way for long term rebuilding. Experienced aide workers are tackling the complex problem of immediate recovery from the devastation that claimed more than 280,000 lives. An international team of Red Cross people and supplies are making life tolerable and safe from disease for the survivors.

It is clear that rebuilding efforts will take many years and many different forms of assistance will be needed, ranging from construction to psychological assistance. As the media spotlight moves on to other news and issues, the tsunami survivors will benefit from the gifts of donors like you who were moved to action.

Red Cross will report  regularly on progress in the 12 affected countries with updates available on the Canadian Red Cross website at www.redcross.ca or the international Red Cross at www.ifrc.org. Please visit these sites to see how your contribution is keeping a pipeline of assistance open for millions of people whose future is being shaped by donors. Hope is on the way thanks to you and others who cared. You are helping us make a difference for those most in need.

Sincerely yours,

Nabil Ismail
Branch Council President
London & Middlesex

Angie Woodcock
District Branch Manager
London & Middlesex
St. Thomas & Elgin

 

 

Boys' & Girls' Club of London Foundation

2005 London Rib-Fest

We want to sincerely thank you for your contributions to this year's event. Our extended family of over 14,000 children, youth, seniors, and unemployed teens and adults will be the benefactors of our efforts. Every contribution we receive is a very important factor in reaching our estimated proceeds of $150,000, and we are very grateful for all that was done through the generosity of sponsors, suppliers, the media, entertainers, and volunteers.

Again, thank you for your support and we hope to have the pleasure of working with you again next year!

Sincerely,

Don Donner
(Executive Director)

Jeff Duncan
(Manager of Social Services)

Sharon Durston
(Special Events Co-Ordinator)

 

 

Century 21 First Canadian Corp.

June 24, 2005

Dear Gord:

On behalf of Century 21 First Canadian Corp. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support of our Easter Seals Pig Roast and Dance. Approximately 270 tickets were sold and a great time was enjoyed by all.

Thanks to generous sponsors and suppliers we were able to raise $10,00 for children, youth and young adults with physical disabilities. This money will cover the cost of sending five children to camp for ten days. All youth, whether physically disabled or not, benefit from camping or recreational experiences. A recreational environment builds social skills, independence, and self-esteem. However, for a child with a physical disability, this experience is so much more. Participating in recreational activities opens their mind to the possibilities of what they can accomplish, rather than allowing them to focus on what they are unable to do. Camp offers an opportunity to expand personal boundaries and explore abilities, dreams and goals.

Century 21 First Canadian Corp. remains committed to helping children with physical disabilities meet and exceed their dreams. Planning for the 2006 Pig Roast is already underway and we look forward to hosting even larger numbers for the event next year.

Again thank you for your support.

Sincerely,

Kathy Amess
Chairperson, Easter Seals Committee
Century 21 First Canadian Corp