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FIONA FOODBANK FUNDRAISER

At EO, we are delighted to be part of a meaningful fundraiser spearheaded by Vango Signs & Designs. As of now, we have successfully raised $2750, and the contributions are still climbing!


We would like to acknowledge and express our gratitude to the following small businesses that have already made valuable contributions to this cause:

  • Mercer Fuels

  • ARL Mechanical Ltd.

  • Escape Outdoors

  • MacKenzie Electrical Services

  • Fully Promoted Cape Breton

  • Bungalow Beans Coffee

  • Seaside Sugar’s Donuts and Dogs

  • Day To Day Finance

  • Speedy Glass

  • Dr. Reginald Landry Psychological Services

  • New Dawn Foundation

  • If you feel compelled to make a difference and join us in supporting this cause, here's how you can participate:


Donation Options:

  • E-transfer: Send your donation to mikevan@vangosigns.ca, and in the e-transfer message, please mention "Food Bank Fundraiser."

  • Cheque: You can also contribute by sending a cheque to Vango Signs and Designs. Don't forget to mention "Food Bank Fundraiser" on the cheque memo.


Tax Receipts:


To receive a tax receipt for your generous donation, please provide your full name and address along with your contribution.


Vango Signs & Designs will be pooling all the donations and delivering a collective cheque to each of the food banks. This will be accompanied by a detailed list of contributions, ensuring that each donor receives their tax receipt promptly. Rest assured, every cent contributed will go directly to support area food banks.


We deeply appreciate your involvement in our community and your willingness to make a positive impact on the lives of those in need. Together, we can make a significant difference and help support the important work of local food banks. Thank you for being part of this compassionate initiative!

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