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    In the back row, from left, are Teacher Rebecca Clouthier, Meredith Mattinson, Claire Williams, Trinity Tilbrook, Gabriella Morris, Trinity Smallman and Teacher Mandy Cotnam. In the front row, are from left Amanda Lopes, Eden Sharp, Trycia Soucy-Ouellette, Gracie Irvin, RJ Mills and Tristan Lafave. In front are Ontario SPCA Renfrew County Animal Centre volunteer Lea Thompson and dog Foster. (Photos by Patricia Leboeuf, Petawawa Post)

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    In the back row, from left, are Amanda Lopes, Meredith Mattinson, Claire Williams, Trinity Tilbrook, Gabriella Morris and Trinity Smallman. In the front row, from left, are Gracie Irvin, Eden Sharp, Trycia Soucy-Ouellette,Salvation Army Kettle Coordinator Laura Demont, RJ Mills and Tristan Lafave. (Photos by Patricia Leboeuf, Petawawa Post) (Photos by Patricia Leboeuf, Petawawa Post)


 

 


Me to We fundraiser helps Ontario SPCA and Salvation Army

By: Patricia Leboeuf

Posted on Thursday, January 11, 2018


The Grade 5 and 6 students of St. Francis of Assisi participated in Me to We, a non-for-profit social enterprise that donates half of its net profits to partner WE Charity, formerly known as Free The Children. The students sold rafiki bracelets to raise money for both Me to We as well as local organizations. With an additional $160 to distribute in the community, the students decided to help both animals and children by choosing the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Ontario SPCA) Renfrew County Animal Centre, and the Pembroke Salvation Army as their beneficiaries. On Dec. 5, they presented cheques of $80 to each organization.