AIA Ontario raised $10,000 for the High Fives for Kids Foundation through its golf tournament this fall.
Pictured (l-r) are AIA Ontario board member Andy Murphy (Bestbuy Disbtributors), Ray Proulx, chair of AIA High Fives for Kids Foundation, (KYB Americas), and Brad Thomas, chair of AIA Ontario Division (Mevotech).
The AIA Canada Ontario Division has added its contribution to the High Fives for Kids Foundation Chairman’s Challenge with a $10,000 donation.
The group raised funds for a $10,000 contribution through activities surrounding the Ontario Division Golf Tournament this fall.
“We greatly appreciate the continuous support we receive from AIA Ontario, this type of donation will help us in continuing the support we give to many children’s charities in Canada,” said Ray Proulx, chair of the foundation.
The Chairman’s Challenge has raised nearly $40,000 this year for children and youth oriented causes across Canada.
Visit AIAHighFivesforKids.ca to learn more and to donate.
In addition to numerous contributions from individuals, donations have been gratefully received from the following organizations:
Specialty Sales and Marketing
Wakefield Canada Inc.
Altrom Auto Group
CARQUEST CANADA LTD.
Lordco Parts Ltd.
CHAT Integrated Media Inc.
Pico of Canada
Standard Motor Products
APD Automotive Parts Distributors
Modern Sales Co-op
National Sales Inc.
Magnacharge Battery Corporation
Piston Ring Service
CANUSA Automotive Warehousing
Groupe Del Vasto
AIA Ontario Division