Please see the following press release regarding the recipient of our 2012 Charitable Giving Fund Grant.
Russell I. Alexander Awards 2012 Charitable Giving Fund Grant
Whitby Girls Hockey Association – Whitby Wolves PeeWee BB, part of the Whitby Girls Hockey Association, is excited to receive $2,500.00.
WHITBY, ON November 7, 2012
A local business has just boosted the Whitby Wolves PeeWee BB rep hockey team with a grant of $2,500.00. This grant will be used in a variety of ways such as team jerseys, equipment and specialized on ice training. This grant will support the 17 players registered with the team who have the opportunity to further develop their hockey skills in a fun and competitive environment.
The Russell I. Alexander Charitable Giving Fund provides financial support to those organizations that are doing great work, but may not be as visible as some of their larger counterparts.
A few words from Head Coach Greg Wight, “The team is excited to be selected by the Russell I. Alexander Charitable Giving Fund, as not only does the team of seventeen girls aspire to athletic excellence, they will also be involved with giving back to our local community. Throughout the season the girls will not only develop their hockey skills but will be supporting a variety of charities such as the Food Bank and Breast Cancer Awareness. The team is excited to pay the generosity of the RIA Charitable Giving Fund forward and help make a difference within our community.”
About Russell I. Alexander
Russell I. Alexander is a law firm dedicated solely to family law. With experienced lawyers and staff of 10 people, the firm provides guidance on matters relating to family law. For additional information about the Russell I. Alexander Giving Fund, please visit www.russellalexander.com.
Last year the Russell I. Alexander Giving Fund had a very successful Facebook campaign to raise funds and awareness for the Kawartha Lakes Humane Society capital project.
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