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Aiden Booth Memorial Fund

In Memory of Aiden

we are raising funds to make treatment accessible for people struggling with substance use disorders.

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Too often, people struggling with substance use disorders are ready for help but lack the financial resources to access the treatment they need.

Together with your support, we can make a difference.

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What's our plan?

  • To partner with trusted counselling services to provide treatment for people who are ready to make changes in their lives but lack the funds to do so.  

  • To provide financial support to people who cannot cover the costs to continue making progress in treatment.​

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How to Contribute

Select your preferred amount and make your donation using your credit or debit card.

Please note: We are a non-profit, not a registered charity, and are unable to provide charitable donation receipts. You will receive a receipt for your records.

The dispensation of funds raised will be managed by the trust.
Current trustees are Jillian Ives, MSW RSW, and Clancy Catelin JD. 


You can send an e-Transfer in the amount of your choosing directly to

No security question is required as the account has been set up for auto-deposit, however, your bank may require you to use a password. 

Please include your name and mailing address in the e-Transfer message box to receive acknowledgment of your contribution.  

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Thank you for your kind support.

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Aiden Booth’s life was just beginning, and his passing has left us all heartbroken. Aiden died suddenly on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at the age of 23. Aiden had a very kind and generous heart. It is in that spirit that we have chosen to create the Aiden Booth Memorial Fund.

Aiden was the beloved son of Sarah Ives and Derek Booth, adored big brother to Carlen, and treasured grandson of Lois and Rick Booth, Dr. Bill Ives and Joan Ives-Coleman (deceased 2001). Aiden has an extended family of aunts, uncles, and cousins too numerous to list, all who love him deeply. 

His circle of friends remains intact after first meeting in Junior Kindergarten, growing to include those met along the way through a shared love of music and sports, especially volleyball, snowboarding, and basketball.

Times spent at various cottages were particularly special to Aiden. He loved being on the water and surrounded by nature. Aiden loved to travel and did so whenever possible, including trips to Ecuador, Italy, Ireland, France and Spain.

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Share your memory of Aiden

Your memory of Aiden will be sent to us by email and will be published below unless you request that it be kept private. Please allow some time before we publish it here as we do not monitor the comments daily. Thank you.

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For my sweet cousin Aiden: Aiden was born less than 10 months after me, so I had the privilege of growing up along side him. The honour of having no memory of a time without him. To know Aiden was to love Aiden, and he had so much love to give back. He could be hard to get close to but once he let his walls down you’d never stop laughing. He was an integral part of the Terrible Triplets and we are left without our dearest member. He was the lead singer of our lip sync band, the backup I could always count on and the heart and soul of a family. I - like everyone else will have to make new memories now, and he will live on in each of us everyday as we all continue to honour his memory. He will never be alone and never forgotten.


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"Lost love is still love. It takes a different form, that’s all. You can’t see their smile or bring them food or tousle their hair or move them around a dance floor. But when those senses weaken another
heightens. Memory. Memory becomes your partner. You nurture it. You hold it. You dance with it.”
- Mitch Albom

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