Community Partners are the at the very root of building an organization from the ground up day by day. Without them, without you, there would be less hope in our communities for seniors, youth and those in need. So we just want to say THANK YOU and hope YOU will partner with us too.
Cathie is a graduate of the University of Ottawa, Telfer School of Management and Algonquin College, overseeing the full-service financial planning company Money Advisors Inc. She strongly believes in serving her clients by empowering you with the financial planning tools to build and manage wealth and create your lasting legacy.
Cathie has worked as a financial advisor since 1997 and for the past 10 years as President of Money Advisors. Cathie enjoys her work as managing member of the Orfali Group LLC, a real estate investment company in the United States.
A few of Cathie’s hobbies include travel, taking courses and jogging. She is very passionate about fundraising and loves to volunteer with the homeless and poor in Ottawa, Egypt and Guatemala. Cathie is blessed to be married to Paul, her husband of 23 years and they have three grown children, Laura, Caroline and Justin.
Cathie is a Founding Member of the John Maxwell Leadership Foundation of Canada. She is also a Certified Global Priority Solutions Specialist — an organization that is a world leaderimplementing the message of value-based leadership and developing value-driver leaders.
“Having a successful business is not my free ticket to significance. It will only give me the means to hopefully create significance in my life and the lives of others.”
– Cathie Orfali
A partner necessary to helping those battling addictions in our community.
Soldiers Helping Soldiers (SHS) is a volunteer activity, developed through the initiative of serving personnel, which seeks to connect homeless veterans and/or veterans or serving members not yet, but on a trajectory to be, homeless with the services and benefits to which they are entitled.
SHS is founded on two distinct but linked ideals:
volunteers who identify/seek out those in need, and
link them to services provided by a comprehensive local network of support agencies.
SHS does not fund-raise, nor is it an advocacy group, nor a media opportunity. Serving members devote only time, no money is raised.
Vanier Pharmacy is an independent pharmacy located on Montreal Road in the heart of Vanier.
We have undergone extensive renovations in the past few years and we are striving to become a regional leader in patient care. Our approach is to offer efficient professional service and to act as an advocate and problem solver for all those in need in the community.
Steve, owner at Vanier Pharmacy often drops by to ONYX and runs groups and question periods on diabetes, medication, and other topics important within our community.
Meet the Business Owner
Steve grew up on Lake Erie, lived in Australia, then became a pharmacist. Moved to Ottawa to learn the pharmacy trade from an aunt and uncle and decided to stay. Enjoys helping people, spending time with his family and imagining he is Roger Federer.
Andrew Smith Insurance Inc.
Office: 613-744-7190 │ Fax: 613-746-7002 │ Cell: 613-219-6714
Every year, Andrew Smith does't just donate financially, but gives his time back to the community by being on the front lines in all kinds of insurance needs to so many.
Andrew is a great father, and if you needed advice or a helping hand, he would steer you in the right direction.
A wonderfully diverse community worships in English on Sunday at 9:30am in our historic little church on Montreal Road in Vanier (see map). After that, from about 10:30 to 11:30, we gather for fellowship and ample refreshments in our Parish Hall right beside the church; followed by worship in Inuktitut on Sunday at 11:30am.
Once a village church outside the city, St. Margaret’s is now on the edge of Ottawa’s central core, surrounded by a multi-ethnic and economically mixed neighbourhood. It is home to an Inuktitut-speaking congregation with roots in the Arctic (Nunavut, the Western Arctic, Quebec, and Labrador). Since 2014, it is also home to the congregation of All Saints Sandy Hill who joined the faithful folks who had maintained an Anglican presence at St. Margaret’s since its founding in 1886 in what was then known as Janeville. Together we are working to build a community that brings together one of our First Peoples with Anglicans from a variety of backgrounds.
Children are welcome and valued members of our community, which ranges in age from infants to 98! Music is an important part of our worship; enthusiastic congregational singing is supported by gifted musicians and a small choir.
We are a congregation that wants to grow and make a difference in the community around us. Join us!
Helping those facing the criminal justice system get a fighting chance and the assistance they need to stay out and grow.
Honoring Veterans and working to build up our community.
Without Dumouchel Meat, we would not have our Holiday meat each year. Many thanks to thier ongoing donations to feed many.