Sunbeam Community and Developmental Services is Celebrating 65 Years of Service. Paying Tribute to the Vos Family, Founders, in Touching Video

It was November 9th, 1956 when Pieter and Johanna Vos first welcomed a child with a developmental disability into their family home. In 1966, the organization would become a not-for-profit organization.

Sunbeam has since developed into a robust and diverse community developmental services organization supporting over 14,000 individuals and families across Waterloo Region, Wellington County, Dufferin County, Halton Region and Peel Region, Sunbeam has always remained true to its roots.

The featured video “The History of Sunbeam – The Vos Founders” is now available for viewing at:

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