TD Canada Trust
We would like to extend thanks to TD Canada Trust for their sponsorship of $5,000 in 2012 and look forward to another five-year commitment in the future. We would also like to thank the volunteers for helping in our program this year.
TD Canada Trust believes that a partnership between schools, community organizations and other key stakeholders are mutually beneficial relationships that provide opportunities for children to achieve outcomes desired in an educational, physical and a social environment.
These partnerships recognise that student learning and well being outcomes can be strengthened by an active involvement from community members and educational partners.
Maple Leaf Foods
We would also like to extend our thanks to Maple Leaf Foods for their past four-year commitment of $3,000 a year towards Food for Thought.
Maple Leaf engages in our program by volunteering weekly in the schools and at local events, sitting on committees, and making monthly food donations.
Re-Max Valleyview’ Realtors and staff have been supporters of our program for three years. Each year they contribute $210 a month and $2,520 a year. This money helps in feeding hungry children each day.
Children need proper nourishment to give them energy for their growing minds and bodies. That's why it's important to start their day off right with a healthy and nutritious breakfast.
Re-Max Valleyview believes in building strong youth in our community and has plans on continuing their support in the future.
If you are looking for a charity to support in 2012-13: We are a non-profit organization with charitable status and will provide receipts for all donations over $10. Please send all donations to c/o 1031-6th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 4K5.
Attention: Judy Seib, program co-ordinator
Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition June 28, 2012