Events, Foundation News

More Than $97,500 Raised for Our Community

From the exciting vibes of silent & live auction, and fun-filled dancing, to the thought-provoking and powerful keynote by Michael Landsberg, the evening resulted in a dynamic synergy like we’ve never had before — a total net proceeds of more than $97,500 raised in support of community!

Thank you to each of you who joined us on November 10th. Your presence and contributions through ticket sales, sponsorship, auctions and “Raise Your Hand” made Food For Thought 2017 our most successful event EVER.

Your Community Foundation is built by and for the people of Cambridge and North Dumfries to create a lasting resource for our community. Thank you for joining with many other community builders to support CNDCF and the vital programs and ideas that help our community thrive.

A big THANK YOU to our volunteer photographer, Stan Switalski.

Click here to see his stunning photos from that evening.

Food For Thought Committee 2017

Co-Chairs: Laurie Hornell and Nicki Melchers

Members: Sherri Attwooll, Monica Braun, Daria O’Reilly, Sandra Peltier, Jenn Pessoa, Tami Van Dyke, Tori Walker, Brenda Isley, Penny Harris

About Food For Thought

Food For Thought is CNDCF’s annual fundraiser. Proceeds from the event are directed each year to our Impact Fund, which supports operational excellence, enabling us to sustain granting programs that benefit charities and community initiatives.  Every dollar invested in that evening allows your Foundation to reach out to a broader philanthropic community and partner with more non-profit organizations to build a stronger Cambridge and North Dumfries.


Community Friends

 Cambridge Centre Honda | Gore Mutual | Graham Mathew | HIP Development | Jerry Van Dyke Travel Service Ltd. | Josslin Insurance | Mammoet | Promotional Graphics | Schiedel Construction | Shred-Tech | Matlow, Miller, Cummins, Thrasher LLP

 

Cherylynn Lumasag

Cherylynn Lumasag

Cherylynn Lumasag is the Grants & Admin Coordinator at Cambridge & North Dumfries Community Foundation.

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