Campaign Touchdown

$473,778 Campaign Announced at Campaign Touchdown

Frank Geerlinks, GM of Kawartha Home Hardware Group of Stores presented $2,500 donation to community garden project. “I believe it’s a requirement to invest in the people of this community,” Mr. Geerlinks said. “We’re excited about our contribution to the campaign.”

Frank Geerlinks, GM of Kawartha Home Hardware Group of Stores presented $2,500 donation to community garden project. “I believe it’s a requirement to invest in the people of this community,” Mr. Geerlinks said. “We’re excited about our contribution to the campaign.”

From Frank Geerlinks, GM of Kawartha Home Hardware Group

“The United Way does amazing work in communities across Canada including here in the Kawartha Lakes, and we didn’t hesitate when asked to be involved with the continued growth of this inspiring project. The need for providing and educating people about sustainable food sources throughout the city — including schools and economically challenged neighbourhoods — is paramount. The United Way was looking for further investment in this project, and we are happy to do our part in continuing to foster and develop this program.” 

Reece Cowan, Store manager presented a cheque in the amount of $48,000 to United Way at its touchdown on March 31st. The employees of LCBO have become committed partners and have helped this community and Haliburton County become stronger, safer and responsive through at the till events. Thank you to each of the store teams….excellent work!

Reece Cowan, Store manager presented a cheque in the amount of $48,000 to United Way at its touchdown on March 31st. The employees of LCBO have become committed partners and have helped this community and Haliburton County become stronger, safer and responsive through at the till events. Thank you to each of the store teams…Excellent work!

United-Way-Touchdown

Our friends at Community Living helped celebrate touchdown. Great job team!
photo credit: Kawartha Lakes This Week