Sept 2014 Give Back Winner

Give Back Winner

Mary-Louise Hayter presents a cheque for $1,000.00 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sarnia-Lambton. Mike Hurry accepts, along with Jaicene, Thomas (middle) and Justin.

Every calendar quarter, The Hayter Group presents $1,000.00 to a charity or organization in our market area. Winners are selected by an online vote. Anybody can visit our give-back page and vote for the organization of their choice. You can also submit a request to have your group added to the voting list.

Congratulations to Big Brother Big Sisters and thank you for all the great work you do in our local community.

Big Brothers Big Sisters

We appreciated receiving this note from Big Brothers Big Sisters:

“On behalf of our entire organization, especially the children and youth we provide programs and services for, please accept our most sincere appreciation for the recent donation made by the Hayter Group. Last year our agency served over 1,000 area children and youth in a wide variety of programs including providing adult mentors to youth through Big Brothers and Big Sisters, a large In-school Mentoring program, two group based programs focused on healthy eating and living one for boys (Game-On) and one for girls (Go Girls), a Big Bunch group program for children on our waiting list and a large After School Program that runs every school day from 3-5 p.m.”

“The $1,000 donation received from the Hayter Group will be directed to our After School Program. The After School Program provides programs and services to area children immediately after school every school day from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m. Every day children arrive to a safe place to stay between school and home where they get to engage in a wide variety of activities. Each child is provided with a healthy snack and that is where the donation from the Hayter group comes in. In order to provide a healthy snack for everyone every day we need the support of the community. Donations from individuals and organizations like the Hayter Group make that a reality.”

Mike Hurry, Executive Director