Ferguson Barristers Supports Community Events
The summer is a great time to get out and support the many worthwhile causes in your community. Whether it’s a golf tournament or a car rally in support of your favourite charity, there are all sorts of ways to get involved. You can volunteer, participate or donate to help make these events a success.
Ontario’s Injury Lawyers are doing their part by supporting many events throughout Simcoe County this spring and summer. We are proud to be an active member of our community and encourage everyone to help support whichever cause is most dear to their hearts, in whatever way possible. As the saying goes, every little bit helps!
- 6th Annual Georgian Bay Thunder Motorcycle Ride on Saturday, July 12, 2014. We are one of the sponsors for this Poker Run which is a fundraiser for Community Reach, a charity which fosters volunteerism and provides programs for transportation and housing. For details about this event, click here.
- Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre Charity Golf Outing on Thursday, July 24, 2014. We have sponsored a hole at this event which takes place at the Midland Golf & Country Club. For more information about the important work the Georgian Bay Cancer Support Centre does, visit their website by clicking here.
Throughout the spring Ferguson Barristers has been a sponsor of a variety of events, including the Annual Amazing Rally in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Simcoe. We were a Car Sponsor for this fun event which took place at the end of May. We also supported Wendat Community Programs by sponsoring the Boston Pizza/Wendat 10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament which took place this past Monday. Wendat is a charity which supports both seniors with care needs and adults with mental health needs.
Once again this year, we were a proud sponsor of the Rural Medicine Week BBQ which took place at the beginning of June. Ten medical students from Queen’s University visited the Midland/Penetanguishene area to gain first hand experience practicing medicine in a rural community. Judging from the photographs below, both the students and the community, enjoyed this important week of learning.