Proud to Support Coldest Night Walk

Our club members and supporters (Team Liberal Club Walkers) were proud to take part in the Coldest Night walk on February 25th, 2017 and raise over $3500 (with the most donors in Brantford) for the Welcome In Resource Centre and Why Not Youth Centres that help the homeless, those in poverty and at-risk youth.

Special congratulations to Lacey MacDonald-Moore (daughter of Women’s Club Executive Vice-President Heather) who raised more than any other youth in Brantford, to club supporter Scott Tribe for being noted as a lead fundraiser and to Women’s Club President who captained the team.

Thank you to all teams and all who supported them and this great cause right across the country. There are still many Canadians in need and it is inspiring to see so many continuing to help however they can.

Read more about the Welcome In Resource Centre:
http://www.brantfordwelcomein.ca/

Read more about the Why Not Youth Centres:
http://www.whynotyouthcentres.com/
Read more about the Coldest Night of the Year Canada and other walks that took place at:
It’s not too late to donate, you can still choose to give to any team for at least a couple more weeks at:
https://canada.cnoy.org/location/brantford
2017-02-26T13:55:33+00:00 February 25th, 2017|Community Outreach|