OUR DONORS – OUR LIFEBLOOD
Donors vary from large corportations to school kids who are learning about the importance of giving and social responsibility. No gift is too small or too large and each and every one contributes to the viability of what is a valuable community project. We are thankful for every dime and on behalf of the community we serve we thank you all.
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$500,000 AND ABOVE
LNG Canada brought a major contribution to the dementia home project in the form of two separate grants. The first, a $500,000 donation is for capital expenses focusing on the garden area with residual amounts going to to the project’s general capital budget. The second grant of $50,000 is for community education related to dementia care.
The District of Kitimat Mayor and Council offered early support to the project and approved the Housing Society’s application for funding under the $500,000 Affordable Housing Grant. This money is released in stages related to specific landmarks in the development process. The first amount was seed funding of $25,000, funds that allowed the project to commence design work with an architectural firm.
$100,000 TO $499,999
CIVEO Corporation was our first major donor and with their contribution made the dementia home a possibility. They gave 12 acres of land to the project, a gift that provided a significant financial boost to the project, but also a physical location and credibility for the enterprise. At the time of the donation the land was valued at $422,000
$10,000 TO $99,999
Jack Oviatt has been a major supporter both financially and through his contracting expertise throughout the early stages of our project.
Randy & Darlene Tait have challenged other donors to meet their contribution of $1000 per month for three years.
788758 Alberta, Inc. o/a Huberdeau Forest Consulting, an Alberta company with local ties has given to our project.
$1,000 TO $9,999
101 Industries: A Division of CIMS
Corinne and Ian Scott
Carl and Bev Whicher
Jim Dent Construction
Pacific Blasting and Demolition
Margaret and Hans Sanou
Fidelity Investments / Primerica
First West (Envision) Credit Union
Knights of Columbus
Kitimat Masonic Lodge #169
$25 TO $999
Bravo’s Welding Contractors, Ltd.
Dal Monet’s Wood-Craft, Ltd.
Allan & Jean Pierce
Urania & Carlos Pedro
Raymond & Barbara Webster
Baljit Sing Sanghera & Devrie Rae Sanghera
Barbara & Ken Campbell
Marion & Karen Klepsh
Rio Tinto Employees
Frank & Maria daSilveira
Roy & Ann Ferguson
Larry & Ruth Blackmore
Susana C. Borges
Royal Canadian Legion
Moreno Guizzo & Huey-Lin Wu
Doug & Linda Thomson
The Roman Catholic Episcopal Catholic Women’s League
Nechako Elementary Grades 6 & 7 Students
The Benevity Community Impact Fund
Brian & Pearl Lennox
Randy and Darlene Tait
Leif Gust, Corinne Scott, Sean Gust
788758 Alberta, Inc. o/a Huberdeau Forest Consulting