Port Colborne's Leadership Team raised $7,573.07 for Port Cares

Posted by Corporate Communications on Tuesday, February 11th, 2020

Port Colborne's Leadership Team raised $7,573.07 for Port Cares through their calendar sales and other fundraising initiatives. Funds raised will be used to provide Port Colborne kids with lunch kits.

Want to help us give back? There are still calendars available! Bring a non-perishable food donation to the Port Cares Reach Out Centre and you will get on of our calendars, while supplies last.

Port Colborne’s Leadership Program, an in-house program designed to train and prepare the corporation’s up and coming leaders.

Photographed left to right: Jade McDowall, Capital Assets Supervisor; Sherry Hanson, Manager of By-law Services; Luke Rowe, Events Assistant and Volunteer Coordinator; Aldo Ramirez, Warehouse Coordinator, Port Cares, Mike Bendia, Chair, Port Cares; Amanda Upper, Reach Out Centre Site Supervisor, Scott Lawson, Deputy Fire Chief, Port Colborne Fire & Emergency Services.

Missing from photo: Ian Roberts, Road Department, and Steve Shypowskyj, Manager of Project & Designs.

 
 
 

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