Victoria Foundation supports Saanich legacy endowment fund

The Saanich Legacy Foundation, which helps put on the Strawberry Festival and the Music in the Park, is seeking matching funds

The Saanich Legacy Foundation, which helps put on such events as the Strawberry Festival and the summer Music in the Park series, is seeking matching funds for a new endowment fund set up in the organization’s name.

The fund’s purpose is to “continue to provide funding that will nurture and support a vital and strong Saanich.” The Victoria Foundation will match funds up to $7,500 until Sept. 30.

Donations can be made online at saanichlegacy.ca/donate.html, through the Victoria Foundation or by calling 250-477-3806.

kslavin@saanichnews.com

 

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