Oatley Vigmond Aims to Bring Holiday Cheer to Four Local Charities by Donating 120 Premium Gingerbread House Kits
The holiday season can be a time of great happiness for many. It can also be a time of great sadness for those grieving a loved one, fleeing domestic violence, or seeking companionship. On December 9, Oatley Vigmond, headed out into the community to try to bring some holiday joy to four local charities by donating a total of 120 premium gingerbread house kits made by Liberty North Catering. The charities included the Seasons Centre for Grieving Children, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Barrie & District, Women & Children’s Shelter of Barrie, and My Sister’s Place for women and children living with the consequences of violence and abuse in Alliston.
The gingerbread house kits include ready-to-assemble gingerbread, icing, an assortment of candies and only require the imagination of the people putting them together.
“Every year we look at ways to further support our community and give back. This year with pandemic protocols easing up we wanted to focus on a donation that would bring people together and give them a fun holiday experience, while supporting local charities that make a huge and positive difference to people’s lives. We appreciate that many people these charities assist are in the process of re-building and improving their lives. We wanted to give them an opportunity to enjoy some time with family and friends and do something festive,” said Troy Lehman, Partner, Oatley Vigmond LLP.
Oatley Vigmond Aims to Bring Holiday Cheer to Four Local Charities by Donating 120 Premium Gingerbread House Kits December 13, 2021
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