Canadian Progress Club, Elevate

November 18, 2008 15:01 ET

CPC Elevate Presents $40,000 Cheque to Empowering Families Program

Newly formed Canadian Progress Club (“CPC”), Elevate, will be presenting a cheque for $40,000 to Aspen’s “Empowering Families Program” on Wednesday November 19th at Venturion Gallery.

Attention: Arts/Entertainment Editor, City Editor, Media Editor, News Editor, Government/Political Affairs Editor CALGARY/ALBERTA MEDIA ADVISORY--(Marketwire - Nov. 18, 2008) - CALGARY, ALBERTA - CPC ELEVATE PRESENTS $40,000 CHEQUE TO EMPOWERING FAMILIES PROGRAM

Newly formed Canadian Progress Club ("CPC"), Elevate (www.elevatecpc.ca), will be presenting a cheque for $40,000 to Aspen's "Empowering Families Program" on Wednesday November 19th at Venturion Gallery.

Following their very successful Annual Worldwide Wow Photo Exhibition and Gala, the members of Elevate will be hosting a Supporters' Appreciation Evening on November 19th at Venturion Gallery, 214 - 11th Ave SE, Calgary to say thank you to all contributors and to present funds raised to Aspen's Empowering Families Program, a program created to assist Calgary families break the cycle of poverty. "We are very grateful for the amount of incredible support from all of the sponsors and contributors to our Worldwide WOW Photo Contest and Gala," said Peggy Urlacher, President of Elevate. "It is because of this unbelievable community sponsorship and enthusiasm that enables us to raise funds needed for Calgary families in poverty."

WHAT: Supporter's Appreciation Evening & Cheque Presentation of $40,000

WHEN: 6pm November 19, 2008

WHERE: Venturion Gallery, 214 - 11th Avenue SE

WHO: Worldwide WOW Photo Exhibition and Gala Supporters, Aspen's Empowering Families Program and CPC Elevate

Elevate would like to thank all those who contributed to the 2008 Worldwide WOW Photo Exhibition and Gala.

About Aspen's Empowering Families Program
The Empowering Families Program through Aspen was created to help low-income families break the cycle of poverty. It is a collaborative effort that will assist local families facing various challenges. The funds raised will be directed towards education and training opportunities for low income families, to enable them to obtain permanent, sustainable employment. More information @ http://www.aspenfamily.org/
/For further information: Suzanne Ebelher, Publicity
(403) 988-4121
Email: info@elevatecpc.ca
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Contact Information

  • Suzanne Ebelher, Publicity Director, Elevate
    Primary Phone: 403-988-4121
    Secondary Phone: 403-537-7661
    E-mail: ebelhers@telus.net