Brock Township has committed $15,000 over the next five years in support of fundraising efforts to rebuild Grandview Children’s Centre.
A Cannington resident was quick to show some love for the animals at the Township shelter on Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14).
Organizers of an online fundraising campaign collected a holiday haul for the Brock Community Food Bank.
A Beaverton restaurant and the village’s Lions Club delivered quite the Christmas gift for the Brock Community Food Bank.
Parishioners at Trinity United Church have gone the extra mile to help spread Christmas spirit to local seniors.
A total of 63 bags packed with holiday goodies will soon be dropped off Bon Air Nursing Home – one for each resident living at the long-term care facility.
A local organization is hoping to raise $10,000 in the coming weeks to support survivors of the 1994 Rwanda genocide.
Spearheaded by Cannington resident Joanne St. Louis, DODA International is a not-for-profit group dedicated to alleviating poverty in the formerly war-torn country.
The Scotiabank branch in Cannington has delivered an early Christmas gift for the local animal shelter.
“We are full of love and thanks to all at the Scotia Bank in Cannington for their huge donation of $2482.78 to the Brock Township Sick and Injured Animal Fund! These funds will go a long way to provide important life saving medical treatment for the animals at the shelter,” reads a social media post from the shelter.
Brock Township residents certainly did their part in the Fill a Purse for a Sister campaign.
More than 165 purses, backpacks and handbags filled with essential items were collected during an event at Tar’d & Feather’d in Beaverton on Nov. 3.
Organizers of a donation campaign through social media are hoping to generate a holiday haul for the Brock Community Food Bank.
Adeline Khoo Pettit, PeggyLee McLean and Colin Theodoru – the administrators of Facebook pages Brock Ultimate Deals and Beaverton Treasure Finds – are once again calling on the community’s support in collecting donations leading into the holiday season.
also had a helping hand from her students and her two daughters, four-year-old Brooklyn and two-year-old Abby.