South Grey Bruce Youth Literacy Council is a grateful recipient of money earned through the L & M Stamp Rewards program. Betty Marshall, Head Cashier at L&M Food Markets, Durham, is shown below presenting a cheque to Elizabeth Hahn, member of the Youth Literacy Board. Many thanks to L & M for supporting not only our youth reading program, but also other worthy local charities. Thanks also to the Durham L & M shoppers who take the time to donate their stamps to us. Your support makes a difference.
@ The Movies, Durham
@ The Movies video store owner, Mark Loeffler, is pictured below presenting a cheque to Elizabeth Hahn. One Friday of each month, @ The Movies donates to local charities. The store is located in Durham at 211 Garafraxa St. N. Youth Literacy is one of many grateful recipients. The money helps to run free tutor/learner reading programs in South Grey Bruce. Call SGB Youth Literacy 519-364-0008 or email@example.com for more information.
This grocery store issues stamps to reward customers, and those stamps are redeemable for cash. L&M has provided Youth Literacy with over $200 in the past few months, redeemed from customers sticking their stamps on our board in L&M’s Community Corner.
Thanks to the Hanover Community Players, who donated $1 from each adult ticket sold to their recent standout production of Bye Bye Birdie, to SGB Youth Literacy Council. And thanks to all who support cultural activities in our region!
If you’re looking for live, local, theatrical entertainment this weekend (May 30th, 31st, and June 1st), the Hanover Community Players (HCP) is putting on a production of Bye Bye Birdie! It promises to be a lively and fun-filled production for all ages.
In addition to being a non-profit volunteer group dedicated to bringing live performances to the community, the HCP have a great tradition of donating $1 from each ticket sold to local youth-oriented groups and have chosen the South Grey Bruce Youth Literacy Council as the beneficiary of this production. How great is that! You can enjoy an evening of great entertainment and support two local causes!
We’re happy to announce a new way to show your support for the South Grey Bruce Youth Literacy Council!
We’ve registered with Donate A Car Canada, an organization that makes it easy to turn your car, RV, or other vehicle into a charitable donation. Donate A Car Canada will arrange the pick up of your old beater where available or guide you to one of their drop-off locations. It will then be recycled and sold for scrap, or if deemed road-worthy, it will be sent to auction. The Literacy Council collects the proceeds, and you receive a tax receipt for your generosity.