On Monday May 14, 2012, David Sidoo and Manjy Sidoo joined a number of smiling young faces at the Strathcona Community Centre to present on behalf of Sidoo Family Giving a $20000 donation to the Breakfast Club programs offered there. The Vancouver Sun newspaper’s Adopt a #School program matched the Sidoo Family Giving #donation. http://sidoofamilygiving.com/2012/05/sidoo-family-giving-sponsors-breakfast-club-in-downtown-eastside-vancouver-community/
David and Manjy Sidoo are dedicated philanthropists whose passion for giving back to their community has not been lost on their sons, Dylan and Jordan Sidoo.
David and Manjy Sidoo started Sidoo Family Giving five years ago with the goal of enriching the lives of children and families around the world. Promoting health and wellbeing is a significant focus of Sidoo Family Giving. http://sidoofamilygiving.com/2011/05/the-breakfast-club-scores-high-marks-at-nwss/
A new generation of philanthropists is on the rise and David and Manjy Sidoo’s son Jordan is becoming recognized as a “youth leader” among them.
On Monday, September 17, 2012, David and Manjy Sidoo of Sidoo Family Giving attended the Arts Umbrella Surrey Centre Launch as special guests for their generous $20,000 donation to the program. http://sidoofamilygiving.com/2012/10/david-sidoo-family-giving-donation-to-arts-umbrella/
On May 14, 2012 David Sidoo and his wife, Manjy, joined over a dozen students and several administrators from Queen Alexandra and Strathcona Elementary schools to announce a breakfast program donation that will help feed dozens of students each day. The couple, along with the Vancouver Children's Fund donated 20 thousand dollars towards the inner-city children's breakfast programs.