Local food banks receive $10,500

December 14, 2016   ·   0 Comments

Shown are (l to r) Claire Albright, Lou Biffis, Paul Wratten, Sylvia Biffis, Pauline Apperly, Robin Hawkes, Steve Jones, Joan Starr, Jan Powell, Larry Keogh.

The Nottawasaga Foundation presented a cheque for $10,500 to the local food banks of Alliston, Tottenham, and Angus.
Each food bank received a $3,500 donation which will be used to stock their shelves in preparation of the upcoming Christmas holiday as well as provide additional support for their continuous efforts throughout the year.
To date, with this donation, The Nottawasaga Foundation has given a total of $253,500 or $84,500 to each of the three individual food banks.
To learn more about The Nottawasaga Foundation and the many ways you get involved visit
The Nottawasaga Foundation, formed in 2001, was established as a public foundation to carry on the spirit of the Nottawasaga Resort’s previous years’ highly successful Stevenson Memorial Hospital fundraisers. The main objective of the Foundation was to expand the scope of funding to include local charities that provide invaluable service to our community. Over the past 22 years they have supported many communitycharities including:
The Stevenson Memorial Hospital, Sir Frederick Banting Homestead, Children’s Aid Society, Relay for Life, Girls on the Run, Community Living Association of South Simcoe, South Simcoe Arts Council, Local Food Banks (Alliston, Angus and Tottenham), Matthews House Hospice, Learning Disabilities of South Simcoe, Banting High School Scholarship & Breakfast Club, Simcoe County Museum, Alliston Legion Memorial Cenotaph, Multiple Sclerosis Society, Conservation Ontario, Adjala-Tosorontio Fire Department, Everett Firefighters Association, The Learning Centre Breakfast Program and many other Simcoe County charities of community significance.

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