Congratulations Quesnel for your generosity

Donations from residents and anonymous donor helped QCF exceed goal

The Quesnel Community Foundation 2018 board of directors include Brian Black, Lisa Battram, Tom Weckworth, Mary Sjostrom, Bruce Broughton, Gayle Campbell, Doug Service, Adrian Monych, Jim Gorsline and co-ordinator Anna Rankin.

The board’s 2017 Donation Drive exceeded its goal and the board received a total of $68,700 in donations.

Adding the $50,000 from an anonymous donor, the grand total is $118,700.

“It’s astounding in a year of so much hardship – thank you, thank you, thank you,” says says QCF president Mary Sjostrom.

“For myself and the entire QCF board of directors, we would like to thank this community and wish you the very best for the holidays and the new year.”

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