From July 30 to August 9, every LCBO location in the City and County of Peterborough will be hosting the give at the till program in support of the United Way Peterborough & District 2015 Campaign. Individuals have the opportunity to give $10, $5 or $2 at the time of purchase.
Last year, LCBOs across Peterborough raised more than $39,000 through this initiative. They have been a long-time supporter of United Way and with help from the public, this year’s campaign will be successful once again!
Thank you to Friendly Fires for donating the proceeds from their 4th annual Kawartha BBQ Competition on Saturday July 15, 2015 to United Way Peterborough and District. What a fun day filled with great food! Congratulations to the winner Danny Gernon of Danger’s Smoke and a big thank you to all the organizers, sponsors and participants.
Burgers, wings instead of ribs at Friendly Fire barbecue competition, The Peterborough Examiner – July 24, 2015
Nine take part in Friendly Fires barbecue competition, The Peterborough Examiner – July 26, 2015
2015 Paint the Town RED was a big success! Stay tuned for when we announce the results later this month!
Check out photos from the day on our Facebook page.
Thank you to our participating restaurants:
Ashburnham Ale House
Electric City Gardens
Rare Grill House
Sam’s Place Deli
Silver Bean Café
Diners paint the town red as 22 restaurants donate 25% of day’s proceeds to United Way of Peterborough and District, The Peterborough Examiner – July 16, 2015
Dig in, Peterborough: Local restaurants take part in annual United Way Paint the Town Red fundraiser, The Peterborough Examiner – July 8, 2015
Save some room for Paint The Town Red event, Peterborough This Week – July 8, 2015
Eat, drink, and be merry while supporting the United Way, KawarthaNOW – July 9, 2015
Thanks to almost 75 years of dedicated community support, United Way Peterborough & District has a proud history of working with partner agencies to transform our community.
In May 2014, we approved a strategic shift to our corporate membership structure. This new membership structure guarantees equal representation from stakeholders and ensure compliance with upcoming legislative changes in the Ontario Not-for-Profit Corporation Act.
United Way is seeking applications for corporate membership from local individuals interested in helping United Way Peterborough & District advance its mission.
With a fresh strategic plan and many new initiatives on the horizon, United Way needs and welcomes the participation of its corporate members in stewarding this exciting vision.