CCN Participating in the Great Canadian Giving Challenge for $20,000 Grand Prize

Jun 9, 2022 | News


Northumberland County, ON – Community Care Northumberland (CCN) is once again participating in the ‘Great Canadian Giving Challenge’.

Every dollar donated online to CCN during the month of June earns us a chance to win the $20,000 grand prize from Canada Helps.

Trish Baird, CEO of CCN said, “We know the need in our community is great when it comes the core services offered by Community Care Northumberland. When we dream about what a $20,000 prize would allow us to do to further to support the residents of Northumberland County, we think about how many more people in our community we could reach with your support.”

An example of where funds raised go towards is our Meals on Wheels program: for less than $50, you can provide a resident of Northumberland with 7 meals, ensuring their nutritional needs are met (Hot Meals: 7 meals X $7.00 per meal = $49.00/Frozen Meals: 7 entrees X $6.00 per entrée = $42.00).

This month, every $1 you donate is a chance for CCN to WIN $20,000 during the Great Canadian Giving Challenge. So, the more you donate, the greater the chance CCN wins the grand prize and continues to support the needs of our community.

Donations can be made through and more information on CCN’s core programs can be found at The deadline to submit donations is June 30th.


Media Information

Trish Baird                                                       Lynda Kay

Chief Executive Officer                                  Director, Donor Relations and Communications

Community Care Northumberland             Community Care Northumberland

1-866-514-5774                                              1-905-375-5628                         

Community Care Northumberland (CCN) is a multi-service community support organization in Northumberland County. Through the creation, coordination and delivery of nutrition, transportation, wellness, in-home and hospice services, CCN improves the health and wellbeing of our clients. Our programs and services improve the quality of life of seniors, adults with disabilities, those recovering from illness or injury, and hospice clients and their loved ones and caregivers, allowing them to remain in their own homes and communities.

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