Rainy Day Fund

Quesnel Partners for Student Nutrition's Rainy Day Fundraiser wraps up

  • Jun. 12, 2012 7:00 p.m.

When Quesnel Partners for Student Nutrition vice chair Dennis Hawkins-Bogle decided to raise funds for the Quesnel Breakfast programs he partnered with Save-On Foods. Store manager Neil Guardiero was only too happy to help out the program. Over the duration of the campaign $1

When Quesnel Partners for Student Nutrition vice chair Dennis Hawkins-Bogle decided to raise funds for the Quesnel Breakfast programs he partnered with Save-On Foods. Store manager Neil Guardiero was only too happy to help out the program. Over the duration of the campaign $1,400 was raised through the raindrop points donations from customers. In total, 573,000 points were donated along with $202 in cash. Hawkins-Bogle, left and Guardiero, right, along with QPSN chair Christy Kennedy, centre, are looking forward to next year’s campaign.

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