Geranium contributes to Whitchurch-Stouffville Food Bank
Geranium continues to support the Whitchurch-Stouffville Food Bank with a donation of over $5,000.
Geranium generously donated $5,050 to the Whitchurch-Stouffville Food Bank. This year, contributions from SCS Consulting Group Ltd., Griffith Property Services Ltd., PACE Credit Union, Peak Flow Water Consulting Services Ltd., and Eye-View Drain Services were incorporated in the donation. Representatives from Geranium and PACE Credit Union were on-hand to present Anand Daté, chair of the Whitchurch-Stouffville Food Bank, with the donation.
Geranium’s long-standing commitment to the town of Whitchurch-Stouffville began in 2008 with the award-winning, master-planned The Neighbourhoods of Cardinal Point community. This development spans 100 acres north of Main Street between Highway 48 and Ninth Line.
“Giving back to communities in which we build is very important to us and remains one of our core principals,” said Boaz Feiner, president of Geranium. In 2016, Geranium was a supporting sponsor of the Main Street Habitat for Humanity home build project and employees helped to build a house for a working, low-income Whitchurch-Stouffville family.
In addition to the financial contribution, throughout the month of September Geranium collected food donations from residents of The Neighbourhoods of Cardinal Point, which were delivered to the food bank. Food Bank volunteers will distribute the non-perishable food items and use funds to purchase fresh meat, fruit, vegetables, bread and dairy year-round.
Since 1977, Geranium has created unparalleled master-planned communities and built more than 8,000 homes throughout Ontario.