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This site lists the events, schedules and registration for the annual Blackburn Hamlet FunFair.

Giving back to the our community

Giving back to the our community

Ever wonder where all that money spent on tickets, rides, food and everything else goes when you come to the Funfair? 

A good portion goes straight back to the community.

After paying for expenses, the 2018 Blackburn Funfair committee raised over $13,000 for local groups operating in Blackburn Hamlet. 

All Funfair committee roles receive honorariums which can be donated to the charity of their choice. Have a group you cherish that could use some financial support? Volunteering with the Funfair might be a great way to help.

Among the recipients last year were: 

202nd Blackburn Hamlet Sparks$208.33
23rd Pathfinders$250.00
51 CASM air cadet Sqn$250.00
Association Parent Enseignant de l’école St-Marie$500.00
Bantam B1 Blackburn Stingers$208.33
Blackburn Ladies Softball Association$1,000.00
Blackburn Stingers Atom A Team$125.00
City of Ottawa (Ottawa Public Library (Children’s Book Program)$250.00
Ottawa Public Library (Robots)$750.00
Club Optimiste de Blackburn Hamlet$2,000.00
Earth Path$166.65
Eastern Ottawa Resource Centre$500.00
Emily Carr Middle School Council$166.65
Emily Murphy Non Profit Housing Corporation$250.00
GCCH PeeWee$208.33
GCCH PeeWee$208.32
Glen Ogilvie School Council$750.00
Good Shepherd Church$250.00
Good Shepherd School (Resource Centre)$500.00
Good Shepherd School Council$250.00
Groupe Louveteaux de la 62e Phare Est$250.00
Knights of Columbus, Good Shepherd Council 9005$1,250.00
Ladies Grads BAA$500.00
Life Center Food Bank$875.00
Norman Johnston Secondary Alternate Program Food Cupboard Program$750.00
Scouts Canada-1st Blackburn Scout Group$250.00
The Dapo Agoro Foundation for Peace750.00
Total Invested In The Blackburn Community$13,416.61

So next time you come to the fair – know that your financial support is helping provide support for those things closest to you in our community.


 

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