$10K/10HR Giving Challenge Results
The 10 Hour Giving Challenge came to a close at 8 pm this past Friday, with a total amount of $75,000 received! We would like to thank all those who donated as we exceeded our goal of $10,000 by a substantial amount. This wouldn’t have been possible without the kindness and generosity of those in our community and surrounding area. The $75,000 will go towards bettering the community in a number of different ways, and for that we would like to say thank you. We would also like to thank Copperfin Credit Union and the Lake of the Woods Brewing Company for allowing us to use their space to promote the 10 Hour Giving Challenge. Huge thanks to 89.5 the Lake as well, as they covered the event throughout the entire day. The community came together on Friday, and helped prove that the city of Kenora is one of the most generous communities around.
Kenora, Ontario. ‘Building Forever Together’.
Left to right, Vanessa Skead and Pat Brett from the Golden Eagle Charitable Bingo Hall. Wauzhusk Onigum Foundation discuss their significant gift to their endowment fund in support of First Nations Youth Scholarships and Bursaries.
Pat Brett, Vanessa Skead join Community Foundation Directors: Dennis Alvestad, Kelly Williams, Megan Dokuchie and Brenda Chambers-Ivey in the announcing of their $25,000 gift to First Nations Youth Scholarships and Bursaries.
Community Foundation Volunteers and Copperfin Credit Union staff present a gift to the Operating Endowment Fund.
Karen Campbell from Minto Parent Child Resource Centre and Debbie Novak from Triple Play make gifts to their endowment funds.
Karen Ingebrigtson, Executive Director with FIREFLY and Deb Exerley, Executive with KACL presents gifts to the FIREFLY and KACL endowments.
Carol Fehr, Community Foundation Volunteer speaks about the 10 Hour Giving Challenge.