Timmins, ON | March 8, 2019


At the second in its quarterly campaign initiative, the Timmins Chamber of Commerce Business Takes the Lead committee presented a cheque for ten thousand dollars to Living Space on behalf 100 People Who Care.


During the Timmins Chamber General Member Meeting, held at Foster Jane Eatery, 2018-19 Chamber President Nancy Mageau was on hand to present the cheque to Living Space Executive Director Jason Serada who mentioned the proceeds will go to the purchase of an industrial dishwasher and hot water tank to better serve the centre’s clients.


“This campaign highlights what our community can achieve when we work together and I want to thank those who participated in this quarter’s donation initiative,” said Mageau. “As many know, 100 People Who Care sees quarterly individual or business contributions of $100 to the pooled, potential sum of $10,000 given to a local Timmins charity or organization. I am pleased to have been able to present our campaign’s second cheque to Living Space.


“Any contributor to 100 People Who Care can nominate a local, nationally registered charity capable of issuing a tax receipt. One-hundred percent of the proceeds will go to the selected recipient to assist with the cost of their project.”


People looking to get become one of 100 People Who Care can join the Chamber’s Facebook group ‘100 People Who Care – Timmins’ or contact the Chamber directly.


We donate, we nominate, we vote and our community moves forward.


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