"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world: indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has." - Anthropologist Margaret Mead
This conviction led a small group of community leaders to establish the Morden Area Foundation in 1993, for they recognized that one of the best ways to enrich a community was through the creation of a permanent endowment fund.
Power of the Purse Fundraising Brunch
Saturday, March 7, 2020 another successful year!
L-R John Rempel – Youth For Christ, Cate Friesen, NEW Story Telling Coach for presenters, Lynda Lambert – MAF Power of the Purse Endowment Fund, Cathy Ching – South Central Regional Library
105 ladies participated. Those in attendance enjoyed a delicious FREE brunch catered by Jer’s Cuisine and granted a total of $10,540 as follows:
Youth For Christ – Dignity Bags for Teen Girls $4,105
South Central Regional Library – Tablets for Seniors Digital Literacy Program $3,149
Morden Area Foundation – Power of the Purse Endowment Fund – $3,286
Special thank you to the 2020 partnership sponsors: Access Credit Union, RBC, Dr. Randy and Karla Warkentin, Focal Point, Sawatzky’s Furniture, Linda Duncan, Morden Nurseries.