NOVEMBER 2019 – In just 42 minutes, we raised $16,100 for St. Joseph’s Catholic Elementary School (presented by Ashley Malo). Congratulations! This money will be used to purchase playground equipment for this school located in Simcoe. St. Joseph’s is the largest elementary school in Simcoe (530 students) and largest elementary school in the entire Brant-Haldimand … Continue reading "Continuing to Make a Difference! $16,100 donated to St. Joseph’s School"
Norfolk Community Help Centre Receives $16,600 Towards Mom’s & Tots Program Currently there are 30 women registered. This program enables the attendees to work towards a high school diploma and engage with volunteers and peers to improve their social skills including their command of the English language. Many attendees are from the local Mennonite community. … Continue reading "Norfolk Community Help Centre Receives $16,600 Towards Mom’s & Tots Program"
On May 8, 2019, NGH Foundation Rehab Dept was selected to receive $16,400 (presented by Jennifer Walker). The money will be spent on purchasing new equipment which delivers the latest in technology and maximizes the rehabilitation process. The two top items on the wish list are “S.A.R.A.” – Standing and Raising Aid and a specially … Continue reading "NGH Foundation Rehabilitation Department is the successful recipient of $16,400!"
Langton Public School is the successful recipient of $16,700 On February 13, 2019 100 Women Who Care Norfolk selected Langton Public School as the recipient of $16,700 (presented by Diane Luke). The money will be used to purchase playground equipment. Equipment which was originally installed in 1993 was deemed unsafe in 2017 and removed. As the school board or province … Continue reading "Langton Public School is the successful recipient of $16,700"
Haldimand-Norfolk Literacy Council The succesful recipient (presented by Anita Hillis-Krause) was the Haldimand-Norfolk Literacy Council. The $16,600 will be spent on new books, upgrades to technology (software updates) and other learning tools required to round out their program. The organization serves a population of adults over the age of 19 who have the need to … Continue reading "Haldimand-Norfolk Literacy Council"