Thanks to the REAL supporters - seeing the collective impact of the $1M Pledge!
It's a privilege to see the $1M Pledge garner so much community support.
The story of reaching our goal of having 10 partners join, with each contributing $10K for 10 years, to collectively donate $1M and help direct the funds to the agencies that have demonstrated being highly effective in helping the most vulnerable people in our region.
We're thrilled the story was featured recently in the Saint John Telegraph-Journal and the Halifax Chronicle Herald.It's a simple 10-10-10 formula -- which adds up to One-Million-Dollars!
A BIG shout out to the 5 customers who purchased our $1M Pledge services - you know who you are!
The ever talented Mark Hemmings led the photo shoot with Cassandra Blackmore (the administrative director at Robert Simmonds).
The $1M Pledge gets more attention in the community...
And the $1MPledge is the COVER STORY of a magazine! Thanks to Paul Simmonds who is celebrating the 20th Anniversary of his fashionable clothing store in Fredericton, Robert Simmonds, our $1MPledge is being featured as the cover story in his annual Robert Simmonds business fashion magazine.
Excited to be 10 strong & seeing the collective impact
10 Socially Driven Entrepreneurs meet to launch their $1M Pledge with the United Way.
Congrats to the 10 $1M Pledge entrepreneurs for the difference you're already making. Dave Veale, C.E.C, P.C.C. of Vision Coaching Inc, Greg Hemmings (Hemmings House Pictures), Andrew Logan, CPA, CA (Teed Saunders Doyle), Kevin Belyea (Spartan Systems), Wayne Chamberlain (InteliSys Aviation Systems), Rosalyn Hyslop (and Blair Hyslop of Mrs. Dunster's & Kredls), Devan Zanatta for J. Scott McCain, with thanks to Wendy MacDermott of the United Way.
Companies missing from the photo are Domino's (Pete Richard), Porpoise (Topher and Meghan Foreman), and one "Silent Partner". (Mystery intrigues us!)
New Brunswickers...helping New Brunswickers. This is what the Million Dollar Pledge is about. I couldn't be more proud to live in this adopted province. Citizens care about their communities - and entrepreneurs go out of their way to support each other.