The AIA H54K Foundation Chairman’s Challenge welcomes contributions from Zara Wishloff and APD Automotive Parts Distributors to the growing list.
The Foundation also recently received donations from Maslack Supply and Excel Sales Consulting, adding them to the list of contributors.
The drive has passed the $10,000 mark, and looks toward the next major fundraising milestone.
Raymond Proulx, Chair of the AIA High Fives for Kids Foundation, issued the challenge to the industry to raise funds and help youth-oriented programs the Foundation helps support in communities across Canada.
The Foundation focuses on contributing to initiatives aimed at helping children in smaller communities across Canada.
From helping with nutritional breakfasts to school supplies, and helping to support children’s food banks, the Foundation has seen requests rise over the winter, even as it’s traditional fundraising avenues have been squeezed.
Proulx is asking distributors, suppliers, jobbers, service providers, and the families connected to of AIA member companies to think of the High Fives for Kids Foundation and help with its fundraising so that it can continue to support those worthwhile charities that have requested its help.
AIA High Fives for Kids Foundation gratefully acknowledges the contributions from individuals and organizations to date and urges others in the industry to add their names to this list.
To date more than $10,000 in donations has been raised:
- Lordco Auto Parts Ltd.
- Ken Coulter
- Altrom Auto Group
- Modern Sales Co-op
- Colleen Ouellette
- Guy-Olivier Potvin
- Ron Grieve
- Terry O’Brien
- Raymond Proulx
- Baljinder Singh
- Wakefield Canada
- Specialty Sales & Marketing
- CHAT Integrated Media
- Excel Sales Consulting
- Maslack Supply
- Zara Wishloff
- APD Automotive Parts Distributors
For more information or to donate, visit https://www.aiahighfivesforkids.ca/