RAY’S is a Creemore-based Charitable Corporation that supports area students in their pursuit of post-secondary education to enable them to optimize employment options.
RAY’S is a volunteer organization with no paid employees. All tax-deductible donations are applied directly to benefit area youth.
RAY’S volunteers work with local schools, parent groups and residents to raise funds and apply these to fulfill the educational and financial needs of students using workshops, mentoring, scholarships and bursaries.
Scholarships of up to $20,000 (payable up to $5,000 per year over 4 years) are available to students applying to a recognized Canadian University.
Students must apply using the official Application Form (available below or obtained through their school).
Applications are assessed by an independent selection committee for approval by the Scholarship Committee and the RAY’S Board.
Student’s are advised of the results by early June at which time a mentor is assigned to ensure the student has someone to contact for help with any issues encountered.
Bursaries of up to $1,000 per year are available to students seeking a college or technical diploma or certificate.
Students must apply using the official Application Form (available below or through their school).
Applications are assessed by a selection Committee and approved by the RAY’S Board.
Mentors are assigned to the successful students to ensure that any problems can be discussed and resolved.
Rent-A-Youth Resource Centre (“RAY’S”) 2017-18 (A Charitable Corporation)
|Nominations Chair||Anna Hobbs|
|Scholarship Chair||James McSherry|
|Bursary Chair||Nicholas Forrest|
|At Large||Douglas Quanbury
Trust and Trustees
The RAY’S Place Scholarship Trust (“Trust”) 2017-18 (A Charitable Foundation)
Note: Tax-deductible donations with respect to Scholarships and Bursaries are received and held by the Trust for onward distribution by RAY’S to students. Each year, RAY’S applies to the Trustees for requisite funding amounts which must be approved by the Trustees. This process is to separate Corporate cash from the various funds managed by the Trust.