Allan Quibell has been living independently in the Dufferin area for over 10 years with the support of Kerry’s Place Autism Services’ SILs program. He works tirelessly at the local conservation area and in his spare time provides content for his website, Wolfdog’s Adventures for Autism Awareness.
Allan is an avid outdoorsman and a paddler with multiple ORCKA certifications. His old canoe was recently damaged beyond repair and Allan was left with no options but to completely replace the vessel.
WITH THE OUTSTANDING SUPPORT OF KERRY’S PLACE AUTISM SERVICES FUNDRAISING DEPARTMENT AND THE GENEROUS FOLKS BEHIND THE DESIGNATED DONATIONS PROGRAM, ALLAN WAS ABLE TO GET HIS PREFERRED CANOE, A BRAND NEW COLLAPSIBLE PAKBOAT 150.
Allan is ready once again to take to the various lakes and rivers of the world, making him extremely happy and grateful to all involved in making this happen. He plans to use this canoe to make himself (and through his website, the community) stronger than ever.
Allan and his support team send the most sincere and heartfelt thanks to all of the KPAS Fundraising team and the great people behind Designated Donations (staff, committee members and donors alike).
- Read more about Allan and his various adventures for autism awareness at: wolfdogadventures.wordpress.com