Union Gas gives $1k grant to Community Concerns for Medically Fragile

Monica Vautour, Past President & Chair Volunteer Committee CCMF, Greg Wagner, Union Gas, Dave Ashdown, Chair Fundraising Committee CCMF.

Union Gas representatives have presented Community Concerns for the Medically Fragile (CCMF) with a $1,000 grant to help implement programs that will ensure the special needs of medically-fragile youth in Sarnia-Lambton are identified and met.

“At Union Gas we’re proud to be a partner with your community,” said Greg Wagner, utility services manager Sarnia North, Union Gas. “We’re pleased to support Community Concerns for the Medically Fragile and the work they do to improve the quality of life for citizens in the Sarnia-Lambton area.”

The donation will help CCMF with current programs and to help increase the number of programs available for medically-fragile young people in the community. CCMF provides both an art and music programs, and a newly introduced dance program to residents at Standing Oaks and other medically-fragile individuals. Art programs provide an opportunity to have a cultural environment brought to members who otherwise would not enjoy the many benefits of creativity and multi-sensory stimulation.

“CCMF continues to strive to meet the needs of the young medically-fragile individuals and their families living in the Sarnia-Lambton area, thanks to the support from companies like Union Gas in our community,” said Monica Vautour, past president of CCMF.

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  • Ed angelski

    This is good ..however only 1000 from Union gas? Really I have a medical fragile child…1000 is nothing. …not being rude all is awesome an welcomed. …but really a 1000. Get u on the news.