Many thanks to every partner and donor who helped to make a significant difference in the lives of many households this past Christmas.
CDI Richmond Student Association
Coming together to support those in need through the Richmond Christmas Fund
We were amazed at the tremendous community spirit coming from the generous members of the CDI Richmond Student Association. Here’s a short video from some of their members explaining how they came together to raise $1,500 to help change lives this past Christmas through the Richmond Christmas Fund, a program of Richmond Cares Richmond Gives.
Lisa has had a deep involvement in this community and understands that the needs of people in Richmond often go unseen. The family of your child’s classmate could very well be going through a rough time. It could be the senior that you see walking down your street every day. Through programs offered by Richmond Care Richmond Gives, such as the Richmond Christmas Fund, we can have an impact.
Lisa appreciates the leadership and staff of Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives and we thank her for demonstrating that support with her donation to The Richmond Christmas Fund. Please help Lisa assure this outreach continues by clicking on the “Donate Online” button below and making a tax-refundable donation today.
Cohen Buchan Edwards LLP has always given back to the community. It’s the place where they’ve lived and worked for decades. They have always appreciated what the Richmond Christmas Fund does for everyone in the community.
Thank you Sean Sparks and Javier Bernal of the SunLife Richmond office for your generosity and leadership in our community.
CDI College continues their tradition of generously supporting The Richmond Christmas Fund. Campus Director Karin Fischer is so proud to work together with their community of students and the Richmond Community to achieve some fabulous results!
Cox and Elsie Tan-Ngo, of Clinical Sleep Solutions, took the time to make a generous donation to The Richmond Christmas Fund in the middle of their busy schedule. Shown here with Cox are Ed Gavsie and Pat Watson of Richmond Care Richmond Gives and Rob Howard of The Richmond Christmas Fund.
The Vetter Family is inspired by the kindness that people show in our community. Together, they are honoured to support The Richmond Christmas Fund through The Dream Project and encourage others to do the same.
David, together with Signarama Richmond, is a key partner in the Dream Project. His generous spirit was evident when he shared the following thoughts:
Brett Kendrick and Nurse Next Door take joy in being a big part of our community and have been generous supporters of The Richmond Christmas Fund through The Dream Project since we began.
George Pytlik of Adwiz Communications remembers a difficult Christmas and the people who helped his family through it. Gratitude for that experience inspired him to get involved with The Dream Project.
Rosa Salcido and her team at Vivid Green Architecture Inc. generously welcomed the opportunity to support The Richmond Christmas Fund. Active members of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, they are always interested in collaborating with the Richmond Community, especially through Richmond Cares Richmond Gives.
Sinfully the Best loves to support local causes, especially at this time of year. Owner Cathy Cheung felt very strongly about giving to the Richmond Christmas Fund and hopes that her gift will help make many families happy.
Thank you to everyone who attended our DreamProject 2016 Launch last Thursday, November 3.
We will be working together toward Christmas to help make dreams come true for families in Richmond this year through the Richmond Christmas Fund.
Last year, the Richmond Christmas Fund helped over 2,200 households going through a rough time and the need is growing.
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