Friday September 28, 2012

Christmas in September

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On September 27, 2012 BOYNECLARKE wrapped up their annual “Christmas in September” (formally Christmas in July) fundraiser in support of FEED Nova Scotia.  This event is a continuation of the “Ton of Tin” started years ago by Gordon F. Proudfoot, Q.C., a Senior Partner on our Personal Injury Team.

Through food and monetary donations, BOYNECLARKE staff raised a total of 2,057 lbs ($1.00 = 1 lb) for the benefit of FEED Nova Scotia. The total includes $227.50 raised from staff-organized 50/50 draws. 

FEED Nova Scotia is a charitable organization that helps feed people in need by collecting and distributing food to more than 150 member agency food banks and meal programs, while at the same time striving to eliminate chronic hunger and poverty through research, awareness and support programs.

BOYNECLARKE would like to extend a sincere thank you to everyone who helped to make the fundraiser a success.

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