Representatives from the Comox Firefighters Association presented a cheque for $1,000 to St. George’s United Church as a donation to our kitchen renovation. From left, Elsa Gilroy, Lydia Wilson (co-ordinator of the St. George’s team of the Sonshine Lunch Club) and Bill Windram.

Comox Valley gives back

Businesses, groups and individuals helping out in the community

What’s your group up to? The Comox Valley Record wants to recognize the many acts of philanthropy that make our community a better place to live. Email your photos and submissions to editor@comoxvalleyrecord.com, with “Giving Back” in the subject line.

 

Pearl Ellis Gallery president Pat Stauffer presents Mackenzie McLeod, from GP Vanier (top) and Telia Marie Paige, of Mark Isfeld, with $900 bursaries on behalf of the Comox art gallery. The bursaries are given each year to secondary school grad students who are going on to a post-secondary education in the fine arts.

The Comox Valley Child Development Association was a huge benefactor of the COBS grand opening in Driftwood Mall. The owners of COBS donated all of their sales proceeds for the day to the CVCDA, accounting for a grand total of $4,548.28. Pictured, CVCDA executive director, Joanne Schroeder (centre) receives the cheque from owners/operators, Charlotte and Dean Seal.

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