JYN DEN Aaron’s Apple
Premier Debut of JYN DEN Aaron’s Apple at Jewish Youth Network Gala 2012.
Charity aids chronically ill kids
Children’s charity Aaron’s Apple will host its second annual Spin-o-thon fundraiser on Oct. 21, raising money for children who need medication not covered by OHIP.
Aaron’s Apple on Rogers TV’s The Bulletin Board
Oct 15 2012. The Bulletin Board connects York Region residents to information about special events, fundraisers and non-profit organizations.
Aaron’s Apple Voted as a Hero
Three years ago, Aaron Maresky was diagnosed with Crohns disease at the tender age of seven. Without his life saving medication, he would have suffered tremendously. The medication that Aaron needs costs $4000 a month, and luckily we have insurance.
Charity helps kids who need drugs outside OHIP
Aaron Maresky was only seven years old when he was diagnosed with the painful gastrointestinal (GI) disease called Crohn’s.
Aaron’s Apple on Global TV Toronto
“Caring to the Core” 2012
The Jewish Tribune
Caring to the Core fundraiser set for March 2
Aaron’s Apple Encourages Donators to ‘Take a Bite’ and Change a Life
Aaron’s Apple helps raise funds for children’s medical treatments.
Changing Healthcare in Canada
Please join us in congratulating Mandy Maresky who was voted as one of the Canadian Woman changing healthcare in Canada.
Teen with Crohn’s starts charity for accessible treatments
By Daniel Horowitz
January 4, 2014
Insights & Influence with Mandy Maresky, Ezra Levant and Ben Shapiro
In this edition of Insights & Influence, Dave interviews Mandy Maresky, founder of Aaron’s Apple, a Canadian charity…
Eleven-Year-Old Taking a Bite Out Of Children’s Suffering
Every so often, someone comes along and truly makes a difference.
Aaron Maresky is one of those rare individuals.
Thornhill boy raises money for children with Crohn’s disease
Aaron Maresky knows exactly how lucky he is. The drugs the 10-year-old needs to treat his Crohn’s disease, which affects his bowels, cost $20,000 a year and are covered by his parents’ insurance.
Aaron’s Apple helps keep the doctor away
There isn’t much that separates Aaron Maresky from other 10-year-olds in Thornhill. The only notable difference in appearance is he prefers to don the red, white and blue of his beloved Montreal Canadiens over the blue and white of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Boy strives to help sick kids
Only 18 months ago, young Aaron Maresky was wasting away in a hospital bed at Sick Kids and his future looked bleak.
Charitable group helps with kids’ medical costs
Friday, February 1, 2013
Radio Interview with Mandy Maresky
Listen to Interview
Snowbirds Auto Connection Helps Raise Funds for Children’s Charity
(Marketwire – March 1, 2013)