Lansdowne Place is turning its parking lot into a giant drive-in theatre for a great cause! On Friday, July 22nd, they are showing Paddington Bear in their parking lot, and all proceeds from ticket sales will go to Five Counties Children's Centre.
"For over 40 years, Five Counties has provided essential services for the children and youth in our community and we’re delighted to support their amazing work,” says Emily Dart, Marketing Manager at Lansdowne Place
For more info on this great event for parents and kids including how to get wristbands, click here. See the poster below for further deets...
UPDATE: May 26th, 2016 -> $8,620 was raised for Five Counties Children's Centre through this campaign. Amazing!! Below are some pictures from the hair cutting...
Rob Fisher, co-owner of Ashburnham Realty (and brother of NHL player Mike Fisher) and his wife, Kelly Fisher, owner of Kouture Hair Studios, are parents to two beautiful boys.
Rob has been growing out his locks since 2014, and has decided to cut it all off for a great cause—Five Counties Children's Centre in Peterborough, where each of his boys has received support.
A GoFundMe fundraising page has been launched and all the donations to get Rob to cut his hair will go to Five Counties Children's Centre, which helps kids with physical, communication and developmental problems.
Give what you can here for this great cause—the Fishers' goal is to raise $2,000 but let's raise way more than that—and spread the word on your social media channels.
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All the fashion houses in downtown wil be part of the Five Counties Children's Centre Fundraiser "Strutt 4 Kids" this Thursday (October 13) starting at 6:30 p.m at The Venue. Tickets are available for purchase at any of the participating stores (see poster below). It will be a fun evening in support of a great cause—musical entertainment includes Beau Dixon—and make sure to dress up, as formal attire is required.