A CENTURY OF CHARITABLE WORK

In 1910, IODE Laurentian Chapter donated $17,000 to build and furnish a tuberculosis sanatorium (later the Royal Ottawa Hospital). Recently, when the hospital was rebuilt, the chapter was still there to help, this time with furnishings.

IODE Laurentian Chapter, founded in 1906, is a local wing of a national women's charitable organization - IODE - dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals, through education, community service and citizenship programs. Please review the information contained on this website and consider donating to the work of Laurentian Chapter. You can make your contribution online at the flick of a finger. See the "Donate" button in the upper right corner of this page.

LINDEN HOUSE "JACK STRAW"

IODE Laurentian Chapter enjoyed a very successful "benefit night" when the Linden House Theatre Company generously shared the income from the attendance on October 23rd. The Chapter members offered a finger food buffet prior to the presentation, which was enormously enjoyed by the attendees. The play was a delight with an excellent counterpoint between the cast members. There is no doubt that Linden House is developing a devoted fan base, and it is an evening greatly anticipated by Laurentian members and their friends and family.

SAVE THE DATES FOR THE NEXT HOUSE AND GARDEN TOUR

Friday, 29 May 2015 - 10:00am - Saturday, 30 May 2015 - 10:00am

Work is well underway in the planning for the next Laurentian Chapter House and Garden Tour. Mark your calendars for Friday, May 29th and Saturday, May 30.

Spectacular homes in Rockcliffe Park are already set to attract our loyal tour customers, and a well-known Ottawa icon has offered her home, packed with interesting memorabilia.

We hope to showcase our rising stars in the music world who will be presenting a concert each day at the Rockcliffe Retirement Residence.

Stay tuned!

NEWS

Services Officer Barbara Potts presenting a cheque to Sui-Ling Leung and Cindy Smith of the Caring and Sharing Exchange which will help Ottawa families in need at the Holiday Season

 

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