Moffat Family Fund Accepting Applications Deadline February 28, 2017
The Moffat Family Fund represents a vision for “a Canadian society where all individuals have equal opportunities to develop their potential.” The Fund, is directed to programs giving children and families an equal chance in society and is designated for distribution in communities where the Moffat family operated their media businesses – radio, TV and cable.
The funds are for charitable agencies and programs that fulfill the family’s vision. According to family spokesperson Randy Moffat, that is to create “tangible results in improved lives and realized potential for children and families who have not had to the same good fortune and opportunities that my family and I enjoy.”
Applications are now being accepted until the deadline date of Tuesday, February 28, 2017. Please refer to the link below for further information or to complete an application.
South Saskatchewan Community Foundation is pleased to be acknowledging the worthy recipients of the Smart and Caring fund from 2016:
North Central Family Centre
Town of Indian Head
Student Energy in Action for Regina Community Health and
Spinal Cord Injury in Saskatchewan.
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