Thanks for supporting CAWES fundraiser

On behalf of the board of directors, management, staff and clients of the Central Alberta Women’s Emergency Shelter, I am pleased to announce that our charity dinner raised in excessive $70,000 on March 19th. This would not have been possible without the assistance of the Red Deer Advocate, Big 105 and The Drive. As many people are aware, we were struggling two weeks prior to the event and with your assistance we can claim we were sold out for the 15th consecutive year. With an annual budget in excess of $2 million and clients numbering in excess of 750 annually, we are truly blessed to have a caring media in the city of Red Deer to assist us with our fight against serious criminal domestic violence. Ray McBeth President CAWES

On behalf of the board of directors, management, staff and clients of the Central Alberta Women’s Emergency Shelter, I am pleased to announce that our charity dinner raised in excessive $70,000 on March 19th.

This would not have been possible without the assistance of the Red Deer Advocate, Big 105 and The Drive.

As many people are aware, we were struggling two weeks prior to the event and with your assistance we can claim we were sold out for the 15th consecutive year.

With an annual budget in excess of $2 million and clients numbering in excess of 750 annually, we are truly blessed to have a caring media in the city of Red Deer to assist us with our fight against serious criminal domestic violence.

Ray McBeth

President

CAWES

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