Our Board of Directors is made up of local people interested in philanthropy and community development. Each individual involved has a chance to share their vision and ideas while working with others toward the ongoing enrichment of our community.
The following community members give the gift of time as members of our Board of Directors:
Patrick Muldoon - President
Patrick is a Grade 2 teacher at Hillcrest Public School and is looking forward to retiring after the next school year. He has served as a Board Member since 2014 and happily as President since 2016.
Amy-Jo Doherty - Director (Secretary/Treasurer)
Amy-Jo is an ECE at St. Mary Catholic Elementary School and volunteered on our Board since 2015. This year she has taken on the task as Board Advisor for our Youth Advisory Council (YAC), of which both her sons are members of.
Kathy Chamberlain - Director
Kathy is a Physiotherapist with The Sharpe Physiotherapy and Massage Clinic, and has volunteered on our board since 2015. Kathy is our board liaison with the Campbellford BIA and is also involved in organizing the popular Incredible Edibles Festival.
Garry Holmes - Director
Garry is retired from a career in automotive sales and joined our Board in 2017. As an avid golfer, Garry helped us out by appearing in one of our Flourish Campaign videos, whacking some balls on an indoor driving range, to promote the Hastings Field House project, part of the Municipal Recreation Redevelopment initiative.
Mary-Jo Mahoney - Director
You will know Mary-Jo from the Campbellford Library, where she is CEO for the Trent Hills Public Library. Mary-Jo joined us in 2017 and was instrumental in bringing filmaker, Megan Murphy, as our much enjoyed guest speaker at our April 19th AGM and Grant Announcement Event.
Dipak Patel - Director
Dipak is the owner of the Campbellford River Inn and has volunteered on our board since 2016. As a successful business owner, Dipak contributes greatly to our Finance Committee.
Carolyn Anderson - Director
Carolyn is the Administrator for the Campbellford Resource Centre and is the newest member of our board, joining us this past April. Carolyn served as a committee volunteer on our Grants Task Force, providing great input to review and update our grant program this past year.
Volunteering time to the Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation is one of the most valuable gifts anyone can give to their community. We appreciate all they do for us!
If you bump into one of these amazing volunteers while you are out and about, please take the time to ask them about the Community Foundation.