Donations

Beginning with the 2007-8 season, MNM has had a surplus of funds at the end of the year. This surplus is donated to a wide variety of local not for profit organizations. We support the arts in Oakville and Mississauga as members of OAC and MAC.


Donations 2016-17 Season
This year, we had a total of 3019 paying patrons for an average of 201 per film for 15 films.

We supported the following organizations at the end of the season:

Oakville Arts Council Membership

Mississauga Arts Council Membership

TBA

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Donations 2015-16 Season
This year, we had a total of 3080 paying patrons for an average of 220 per film for 14 films.

We supported the following organizations at the end of the season:

Oakville Arts Council Membership

Mississauga Arts Council Membership

SAVIS of Halton

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Of Canada

Sheridan College Film and Television Arts

Reach One Touch One Ministries 
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Donations 2014-15 Season
This year, we had a total of 3921 paying patrons for an average of 302 per film for 13 films.
We supported the following organizations at the end of the season:

Oakville Arts Council Membership

Mississauga Arts Council Membership

Sheridan College

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

OOMAMA

SAVIS

Reach One Touch One Ministries Canada


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Donations 2013-14 Season
This year, we had a total of 4321 paying patrons for an average of 309 per film.
We supported the following organizations at the end of the season.

Oakville Arts Council Membership

Mississauga Arts Council Membership

TIFF Membership

Bruce Trail Conservancy (in the name of Peter O'Shea)

Sheridan Film and Television Arts Program

Burlington Welsh Male Chorus

Dying With Dignity

GRAN

Oomama speaker at a local fund raiser

Ian Anderson House

SAVIS for outreach to the schools

Oakville Distress Centre


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Donations 2012-13 Season
This year, we had a total of 4823 paying patrons for an average of 345 per film.
We supported the following organizations at the end of the season.

Oakville Arts Council Membership

Mississauga Arts Council Membership

TIFF

Sheridan College Awards and Scholarships



Grandmothers Advocacy Network

The Oakville Distress Centre

Burlington Welsh Male Chorus
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Donations 2011-12 Season
We had an average of 355 patrons per film this year.We supported the following organizations at the end of the season.

Oakville Arts Council Sponsorship


Mississauga Arts Council Membership

Ian Anderson House

Halton Womens’ Place

Sheridan College -Student Awards and Bursaries


SAVIS Halton: LUNAFEST sponsorship

Oomama - Education Series Speaker

RODC Symposium Speaker
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Report on the 2010-11 Season


We supported the following organizations at the end of the season.

The Oakville Arts Council

Mississauga Arts Council

Autism Dog Services

Sheridan College, Advanced Film and Television Arts program

Rotary Club of Oakville Trafalgar, Student Bursary program

Kerr Street Ministries, Scholarship Fund

Kid’s Culinary Community


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Report on the 2009-10 Season

MNM continues to grow.  We had more patrons this year than ever before! There were a total of 4965 paying patrons, an average of 355 for each of the 14 films. 



As always the MNM Group donated surplus funds anonymously to the following eleven not for profit organizations active locally. We are happy to support these worthy organizations.
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Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention Services [SAVIS] (for education in Halton schools)

Reach out Centre for Kids (Oakville Branch)

Children’s Aid Foundation

St. Jude’s Celebration of the Arts

Oakville Moms and Tots

Wellspring Halton Peel (to be used in programs)

The Kerr Street Ministries (to send a child to day camp)

The Oakville Foundation for Intellectually Handicapped People


Ian Anderson House

Tourette Syndrome Association of Ontario (for Burloak and Hamilton chapters)

Rotary Club of Oakville Trafalgar Foundation (which supports Fareshare, Kerr Street Ministries, Oakville Humane Society, Oakville Literacy Council, Oakville Lighthouse Program.)



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Report on the 2008-9 Season


The 2008-2009 season was an even greater success than the year before in terms of numbers of patrons attending. We sold a total of 4070 tickets, an average of 240 tickets to 14 films.

As we did last year (see below), we donated surplus funds to local not for profit charities and organizations.

We are members of both the Oakville Arts Council and the Mississauga Arts Council and we have sponsored both arts organizations with substantial amounts of money.

The following local organizations, selected by members of the MNM group, have each received a substantial donation from MNM.

-The Oakville Humane Society

-Wellspring

-Oakville Moms and Tots

-The Oakville Public Library for additions to their film library

-The Mississauga Public Library for additions to their film library

-SAVIS: to support their work in Halton

-The Kerr Street Ministries

-Food For Life

-The Oomama Education Committee: for equipment to be used in making presentations in local school classrooms.


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Report on the 2007-8 Season:

The 2007-8 season was a great success. The films were great and the patrons were supportive. Thank you MNM patrons!

We sold 3261 tickets to MNM films, an average of 217 per film. In January there were 300 who braved the cold to see Emotional Arithmetic.

As a result of this great season, the MNM group decided to donate surplus funds to local non-profit charitable groups with the emphasis on arts and education groups. Following is a list of the groups that received donations.


MNM is a member of both the Oakville Arts Council and the Mississauga Arts Council. In addition the group as a whole donated substantial sums to both.


Individual members, remaining anonymous, chose to have MNM send donations to the following local charities:


The Oakville Players One-Act Night


Halton Youth Symphony


Oakville Children's Choir


Oak Park Moms and Tots


Kerr Steet Ministries Food Bank


Halton Multicultural Council: Transitional Housing for Newcomers


Fareshare Foodbank


oomama (a local not for profit organization associated with the grandmothers to grandmothers project supporting the Stephen Lewis Foundation) education committee
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