Stouffville Igoma Partnership’s Milestone was an amazing evening of success stories, entertainment and community partnership. We are very grateful to our supporters and donors for sharing in this memorable evening. We raised approximately $25,000 dollars which will enable our life sustaining programs to continue. We would like to thank all who contributed to the success of the evening including our hard working Dinner Committee, Eastridge church for hosting the event, PepperJazz Catering for the great food, Tanya Porter and the Melinke Medicine Ensemble for their rhythmic and visual contribution, The Sun Tribune, The Free Press, Edith Lewis for the lovely decor, Dina Emery for printed materials, our Emcee and Past Board Member Lou Geense, Don Hardy for the punch and all hard working volunteers! This night could not come together without the contribution of our corporate sponsors and so we’d like to acknowledge;
PLATINUM SPONSORS: Farmer Jacks
GOLD SPONSORS: Century Mill Lumber
SILVER SPONSORS: AVECO Pools, The Mayor's Golf Tournament, Mrs. Lee Production Company
HONOURED: Bruce's Auto, Kim Reesor/Gallo
We look forward to another 10 years of responsibly caring for our partnership community a half a world away. Our efforts have not been in vain and we have seen the immense difference and impact Stouffville has had in the community of Igoma. Thank you Stouffville for joining hands and creating hope!
On Thursday, December 4th from 7:30 – 10:00pm SIP is hosting its second “Musicians for Igoma – Christmas concert Special“ this year at the Earl of Whitchurch .What better way to begin the holidays but with a good ol’ Christmas concert. The event will feature such great local musicians as the Marion Drexler band, Steve Matthews, Claire Summerhayes with Justin Kerswill, Brian O’Sullivan, and Carys Montgomery with Justin Kerswill, Jenna Gallagher and Jonathan Ison. Each act will play a few of their Christmas favourites and perhaps even a few original pieces. Suggested donation at the door is $10 and all the proceeds will support SIP and our ongoing mission to elevate the quality of life through health care and education for the residents of Igoma. It promises to be a beautiful evening and simply showing up goes a long way to joining hands and creating hope.