June 2022

Andre made a surprise visit to the office today! Here's his take on markets.

 

 

April 2022

Spring is here! It's fun to see clients dropping by with their toys.

 

March 2022

Now that we're welcoming clients back into our office, an unexpected visitor decided to drop in.

 

November 2021

We all showed up to work today wearing various shades of purple.

October 2021

After a narrow victory at last year's RBC DS Branch costume contest, Team Kooy thought we would up our game with a rendition of your favourite spooky family.

Wed. May 13th, 2020 - Rain, wind, snow shine, Team Kooy is always on the job!

 

 May 2nd, 2020 - Sarnia Community Foundation's Stay-at-Home Gala

We are pleased to be one of the sponsors for the Sarnia Community Foundation’s Stay-at-Home Gala held on Saturday, May 2nd, 2020.  Join local celebrities online, including Emma Gryner, Andrew Austin, Frank Brennan and a surprise guest from Los Angeles. Then, from 8pm, enjoy star-studded Canada-wide live stream, with headliners hockey great Hayley Wickenheiser, TV personality Erin Cebula, Lane Merrifield of “Dragon’s Den,” Globe and Mail health reporter Andre Picard, Indigenous advocate Chief Gibby Jacob, and performers Michael Vanhevel, Once a Tree and Tanika Charles. Contact the Sarnia Community Foundation for details and tickets.

 

 

 

Fri. Apr. 3rd, 2020 - We are here for you!

Kooy Wealth Management may have been temporarily re-located, however that hasn't stopped us from being there for our clients!

Mon. Mar. 9th, 2020 - The Shoebox Project

To celebrate International Women's Day, Kooy Wealth Management had the pleasure of participating in The Shoebox Project. The Shoebox Project collects and distributes gift-filled shoe boxes to women impacted by homelessness within North America.

Fri. Feb. 7, 2020

"e" for a Tree

Trees have arrived in the office! We're inviting clients to start receiving electronic statements instead of paper - and for those who do, we'll be planting some trees around the Sarnia community.

 

Mon. Jan. 6th, 2020

Make your Monday memorable......clients came in for a meeting and brought along their dog, Lucy.  Kooy Wealth Management's new mascot!

Tues. Dec. 10th, 2019

Just heard a talk by Miles Vanni, who runs a major food bank and shelter in Sarnia. Recently they also assist 3000 families to file tax returns and the result is amazing: $14 million came into the community for families in need, mostly through the Child Tax Credit. Way to go, Miles!

 

Sat. Nov. 9th, 2019 - Fusion

Kooy Wealth Management volunteered at Fusion Saturday evening, happily distributing wine glasses to guests as they entered this magnificent event!  Fusion is Southwestern Ontario’s premier food and wine event, taking place over 2 days at the DeGroots Nurseries in Sarnia. The festival features award-winning food and wines from all over Ontario, and showcases local and national attractions. All proceeds raised from ticket sales are generously donated to Lambton County Developmental Services, a non-profit social service agency committed to providing quality supports for people with developmental disabilities and contributing to the communities where they operate.

Thurs. Oct. 31st, 2019

Did someone say "Shark Week"?!?!?!  Check out Kooy Wealth Management's Halloween costume this year!  A special thanks to our friends from RBC Wealth Management Financial Services for helping us "round out the week"!

Thurs. October 24th, 2019

Thanks to everyone who attended our 3rd Annual Open House.  The theme was Gilligan's Island -  and we couldn't resist getting into the photo booth ourselves! It was a great afternoon.

Tues. Sept. 17th, 2019

We had the pleasure of presenting the staff and youth at Rebound’s The Hub, with a donation of $2,500 from RBC Dominion Securities.  We even brought along 25 cupcakes to help celebrate!

At least 31 community agencies, have collaborated to create the safe space with support services like Ontario Works, housing and social programs, access to mental health and addictions supports, and room for people to relax, have a hot meal and a shower.

The HUB is open to all youth between the ages of 16-24 and is operated by Sarnia-Lambton Rebound, and is always fully staffed by fully trained, caring staff.

Thurs. Sept. 5th, 2019

While driving back from seeing some wonderful clients in Grand Bend, we stopped to see "Miracle Max's Minions". It's six acres of sunflowers planted in memory of a special little 2 year old boy from Thedford, who passed away earlier this year after battling leukemia.  The farm is located along Douglas Line near Forest.  You should check it out!

 

Fri. Aug. 9th, 2019

Did you know that our local Community Living supports more than 400 children and adults with developmental and intellectual challenges in Sarnia and Lambton County each year? Community Living Sarnia-Lambton's Painting the Day Program freshens it all up and makes it much more inviting for the people that are supported by Community Living on a daily basis.  Kooy Wealth Management's own Jen Mitchell (top photo - 2nd from the right) had the pleasure of volunteering for this amazing program.

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Wed. July 31st, 2019

US cycling legend Frankie Andreu was in town last night, joining us in a final practice ride before Sunday's Bluewater International Gran Fondo (http://bitly.com/2Kdmxbb). 1000 cyclists will be riding on Sunday to support local hospice care.

 

 

Sat. July 20th, 2019

It was a great day for pancakes and sausages at the Rotary Club's Mackinac breakfast on Saturday. My daughter and I joined other Rotarians to serve breakfast for 3000 people under the Bluewater Bridge!

Sat. June 22nd, 2019

We were proud sponsors of the Kooy Wealth Management Open Lawn Bowling Tournament in June. Congratulations to the winners Robert and Burke. Sarnia has its own Club, with permanent facilities at Germain Park. Want to find out more? Contact us and we’ll put you in touch with the local club directly.

Fri. May 17th, 2019

RBC is building a house near you. Along with other organizations, we’re partnering with the great folks at Habitat for Humanity to help build a house in Corunna for a family that will get the benefit of home ownership. The program is very smart: Habitat for Humanity organizes the build and sources material, supervised volunteers help with the build, and the family then buys the finished house from Habitat, usually via a mortgage that Habitat holds. That’s Wes and me on the right, along with other volunteers from RBC offices across the county.

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