$25,000 grant received for the Rwanda Social Services and Family Counselling Centre in Ottawa. 
$80,000 grant received from the law Foundation of Ontario for the Collaborative Justice Program.
"Mr. Allgoewer successfully increased funding for the MFRC-NCR from $1,250,000 to $1,600,000. His efforts involved seeking out funding through government, funding applications, foundation grants,United Way donations, as well as through corporate sponsorships and special events. Mr. Allgoewer is particularly skilled at crafting funding applications."

Nel Keath-Humphreys, Vice Chair, Board of Directors, Military Family Resource Centre of The National Capital Region

"Mr. Allgoewer was the driving force in ensuring that Chaudiere House was included in a large Capital Campaign that the Salvation Army undertook in the Ottawa Area. In that effort he demonstrated a high level of resourcefulness and excellent communication skills in delivering hope that a good program could become even better.
He was a strong advocate for the program in the community and developed marketing strategies to ensure the primary funder could fully appreciate what the program had to offer youth.
As a person of high character, who possesses strong leadership skills and has a demonstrated history of organization, enthusiasm and accomplishment, Thomas Allgoewer is definitely worthy of your consideration."

Mark Routliffe, Director, A Different Street Housing Program, John Howard Society of Ottawa.

"Based on Thomas' expertise, I often sought his advice regarding staff, legal issues, client care, governance, service delivery, policy, risk management and professional development. Operating a non-profit or charitable organization is not easy, but Thomas' ability made all situations manageable."

Mr. Patrick Connor CAE, SAE., Executive Director Ontario Trails Council, V.P. Canadian Trails Federation, Director National Trails Coalition

"As a member of our 2007 and 2008 Speakers’ Bureau, your role and willingness was essential in sharing the stories on behalf of the Military Family Resource Centre and of those whose lives have been changed, you helped to celebrate the successes of a community that cares by showing your success at four different workplaces across the city."

Michael Allen, President/Chief Executive Officer, United Way/Centraide Ottawa