Emma Lea Farms fundraising for Reach tops $17,000

Emma Lea Farms recently presented Reach Child and Youth Development Society with a cheque for $2,500 from this year’s Canada Day strawberry fundraiser to bring the farm’s five-year total to more than $17,000.

"The family and team at Emma Lea Farms have such big hearts and we are so grateful for the tremendous support that they offer Reach year after year," said Reach development manager Kristin Bibbs.

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“Reach Child and Youth Developmental Society provides services and support to 1,000 children and their families annually. We feel this is incredible and that’s why we will always support them. Reach is so important to have in our community,” said Emma Lea’s Katie Leek.

 

 

 

 

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