Diamonds can be a fundraiser’s best friend

Mitchell & Jewell and Sir Gabriel Tolkowsky recently reached out to Central Alberta non-profit organizations by extending an invitation to enter their organization’s name in a draw for an authentic Gabrielle diamond pendant.

Mitchell & Jewell and Sir Gabriel Tolkowsky recently reached out to Central Alberta non-profit organizations by extending an invitation to enter their organization’s name in a draw for an authentic Gabrielle diamond pendant.

The Kidney Foundation of Canada’s Red Deer and District Unit was the lucky recipient of this beautiful diamond pendant.

This charitable gift will enhance our fundraising efforts to enable us to achieve our vision for kidney health and improved lives for all people affected by kidney disease.

On behalf of the staff of The Kidney Foundation of Canada, Northern Alberta and Territories Branch and Red Deer and District Unit, I would like to express our gratitude to Dick Jewell for his continuous generosity and community spirit.

Linda Lumsden

Co-ordinator, Fund Development

The Kidney Foundation of Canada

Red Deer and District

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