Members of the Flourish Committee not only volunteer their time for the Campaign, but have also made a thoughtful and appropriate financial committment to the campaign. Staff and volunteers involved in the three partnering organizations have also chosen to support the campaign.
Neil Fulton, Operation Manager, presents a cheque for $5,000, the final installment of their $25,000 pledge to community recreation, to Martha Murphy, Executive Director of the Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation and Robert Crate, Mayor of Trent Hills and former committee member of the Flourish Campaign team.
Their annual donation of $5,000 generously supported the Community Foundation, the Municipality of Trent Hills and community members, in the collective vision of better recreation and leisure facilities for everyone. We are grateful to the local businesses who have made a real difference in the community by supporting this campaign over the years. Thank you!
Another big THANK YOU to the Campbellford Minor Hockey Association and the Ladies Auxiliary for their second donation to the proposed Wellness and Recreation Centre for Campbellford. They have designated their donations towards the new arena in this complex, from the proceeds of their annual, very successful, Hockey Day in Campbellford.
Pictured are Owen Brunton - President of CMHA (and his daughter,Victoria), Deanna Patfield - President of the Ladies Auxiliary, and Martha Murphy - Executive Director of the Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation, accepting on behalf of Flourish ~ The Trent Hills Wellness Campaign.
Those who designated their gifts to the Field House in Hastings were acknowledged on a unique donor wall, which was recently unveiled at a reception catered by Banjo's restaurant in Hastings. It certainly adds some colour to the foyer!
Thank you to Aaron and Sarah from Canadian Tire in Campbellford for their donation towards the purchase of two bike racks for the field house. They will be installed in the spring of 2016.
Thank you to Tim Hortons Campbellford for the donation of $3,080.00, the proceeds of their 2015 Smile Cookie Campaign. This brings the total to $5,624 for last year and this year, supporting the Hastings Field House, the first phase of the municipal recreation re-development initiative. And a big thank you to all those who purchased smile cookies in support of Flourish ~ The Trent Hills Wellness Campaign!
The Municipality of Trent Hills was awarded a $15,000 grant from the CSCF's Ontario Endowment for Children and Youth in Recreation Fund to purchase Sports Equipment for the new Field House in Hastings. Equipment purchased included a Table Tennis table (a second one was donated by the vendor), Golf supplies for the indoor driving range, Badminton, Floorball and Floor Hockey equipment.
The YAC members donated $560 from their Easter Egg Hunt fundraiser to the Field House in Hastings, part of the Recreation Re-development initiative. They requested that the funds be put towards the purchase of a Ping Pong table for the facility. Thank you YAC!
We would like to Thank Ervine Morton from Deerhaven Farm & Garden Ltd., Campbellford Branch and John Deere for their customer discount as a donation to the Flourish Campaign - Recreation Re-development initiative.
Peter Burnett, Recreation Manager for the Municipality of Trent Hills, accepted delivery today of the John Deere Electric Utility Vehicle for the Field House in Hastings. Pictured with him are Erv Morton and Grant McInnis from Deerhaven.
A cheque was presented to Martha Murphy by committee members Bob Crate, James Summers, George Gordon, Marg Montgomery, and Stephen Roddy. Thank you for your support!
Tom Behan, and his mother, Alice, presented a cheque to Martha Murphy, Executive Director of the Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation, on Friday January 23, 2015. The generous support of those that believe in this exciting project makes it possible for our vision to succeed! Thank you for supporting wellness in Trent Hills!
This time the funds are designated to the Recreation Re-development Initiative - Campbellford Campus. Pictured below: Lioness Club members presenting cheque to Pamela Vandesteeg, CSCF Executive Assistant, at the Lioness Christmas dinner.
This year the funds went to the Recreation Re-develoment initiative of the campaign. Thank you to the Community for purchasing the cookies - $2,544.00 was raised!
Welch LLP pledged $5,000.00 to the Flourish Campaign. John Russell, E.D. of the Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation, and Mina Murphy, President of the Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation accept their donation.
Pictured (L-R): John Russell, Kim Kurkilahti, Nick Heersink, Anne Pope, Marie Northey (front), James Williamson (back), Mina Murphy, Bryan Pomery and Karen Nicholas.
Martha Murphy accepts a pledge of $25,000.00 over 5 years from Bob & Ann Bennett, for the Recreation and Wellness Centre in Campbellford.
The RBC Foundation has long supported quality local health care through the Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation. Their most recent support came last week with a $10,000 gift toward the purchase of a digital mammography unit for the Hospital’s Diagnostic Imaging Department.
Pictured are (left to right) are RBC Regional Director, Ontario North & East Public Sector Roger Denize, RB C Branch Manager, Campbellford Diane Mechetuk, CMH Foundation Executive Director John Russell, RBC Regional Vice-President Kawartha-Lakeshore Region Mike Belliveau, CMH Foundation Board Member Bruce Thompson.
Campbellford Chrysler-Plymouth AND J.J. Stewart Motors Limited joined together to donate $5000 to Digital Mammography.
IODE members Katharine, Marie, Judy and Sheila joined us at CMH to present another $1,000 on behalf of the Bemersyde IODE for the digital mammography machine. Their efforts and generosity will help thousands of patients and we thank them.
TD Bank Group Presents $20,000 Gift to the Campbellford Memorial Hospital’s Digital Mammography Campaign as part of the Flourish Campaign!
Pictured are, left to right, Campbellford Memorial Hospital President & CEO Brad Hilker, Honourary Co-Chair, Flourish Campaign Bob Bennett, Branch Manager of TD Canada Trust, Campbellford Fern Julia, TD Commercial Banking Relationship Manager Brett Prikker and TD Commercial Banking, Manager, Cash Management Jessica Boni.
Scott Drummond and staff of Scott Drummond Motors Limited gathered recently to present a $10,000 gift in support of the Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation's Digital Mammography Campaign. On hand to accept the donation was Mammography Technician Katy Mountain (in pink). The Digital Mammography Campaign is part of Flourish ~ The Trent Hills Wellness Campaign.
Thank you for the wonderful support!
MacLaren's IDA, in Campbellford, presents a cheque in the amount of $10,000 to the Flourish Campaign, August 28, 2013.
The Flourish Campaign gratefully accepts a pledge in the amount of $25,000 from the Warkworth Community Service Club.
Pictured above, representing the Flourish Campaign are Sam McKeown, Campbellford Co-Chair, and Don Pearson, Chair of Major Gifts, accepting a cheque from Empire Cheese and Butter Co-op.
A great business, located just outside of Campbellford, that donated $10,000 to the Flourish Campaign.
Scott Newman from the Friends of the Warkworth Arena, presents a $20,000.00 pledge to Tom Cunningham, Flourish Campaign Honourary Chair for Warkworth. This will go towards the Warkworth Arena Addition. Thank you!
Thank you Tim Hortons!