Sponsor one of these Roger's House Dream Team members
Roger’s Dream Team consists of 10 children receiving services at Roger’s House. Our plan is to shape the marketing and communications around their experiences with Roger’s House and its incredible staff and volunteers.
Your sponsorship will partner your company and a corporate representative with one of these beautiful children and their family, positioning them as your team co-captains. This will allow you to highlight your ongoing corporate support for Roger’s House publically in our event campaign. Download the details.
Meet the team:
Jaxon is a big sports and movie fan. When he’s not working out with the Dream Team, he’s usually playing Wii sports like baseball and bowling, or chilling with a good Disney movie.
At 8½, Jaxon has proven that he’s a fighter. He was born premature and before he was 4, he’d spent over a year in hospital. Click here to support Jaxon.
Qav is the captain of this year’s Dream Team by right of his age and his experience. A real go-getter, he has been practicing with Ottawa power wheelchair hockey players and is joining their team this year. Undaunted by his medical condition, Qav goes to St. Mark’s High School, getting himself around in an electric wheelchair. Please click here to support Qav.
Alex keeps everyone loose in the dressing room. His amazing sense of humour helps when the team gets nervous before a big game.
Three years ago, Alex was diagnosed with a neurological degenerative disorder that saw him go from playing soccer to being in a wheelchair. Yet this has not broken his amazing spirit. Click here to support Alex.
Jordyn’s positive attitude makes her a hugely valuable member of this year’s squad. She loves a challenge. Now nine, she has been getting around in her power chair since age six. Jordyn and her family benefitted from time at Roger’s House to transition from complete assistance with medical care before heading home. Click here to support Jordyn.
Willyam is one of the most spirited members of this year’s Dream Team squad. He loves to go into the corners, particularly for hugs with his loving parents and the staff and volunteers at Roger’s House. Click here to support Willyam.
Sixteen year old Nicholas loves the excitement of the game and being on the Dream Team. Even though he requires assistance in all daily activities his thirst and love for life is abundant. His relationship with Roger’s House only started in May 2011 but both he and his family really benefit from the support. Click here to support Nicholas.
Two and a half year old Lily brings a real competitive edge to her line on the team. Although she was crawling up until just before her second birthday, she is no longer able. Her parents use Roger’s House for respite which is able to provide the same around the clock medical attention they provide, and still in a home-like setting. Click here to support Lily.
Eliane is one of the high flyers on the team, always on the the move! At only 15 months, Eliane can be spotted scooting around on her zebra buggy or her jumperoo. She’s definitely going to be a fan favourite with our Francophone supporters as she primarily speaks French at home. Click here to support Eliane.
At seven years old, Amanda is one of our seasoned veterans and brings experience to the young squad. She visits Roger’s House about every two months, especially in the spring and summer. Because she requires 24/7 care due to multiple medical issues, these respite stays provide both her and her parents some much needed rest. Click here to support Amanda.
A proud member of the Dream Team, Connor brings a lot of enthusiasm to his role on the squad. A huge Senators fan, he loves when the Senators are on TV. As well as watching hockey, he also enjoys the Snoezelen Room at Roger’s House which provides many forms of sensory stimulation
as a means of therapy. Click here to support Connor.