Desjardins GoodSpark Supports Ingersoll Rotary Club

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Local Ingersoll Desjardins agent Ann Lofthouse presented a cheque for $4,000 to the Rotary Club of Ingersoll. 

INGERSOLL - Local Ingersoll Desjardins agent Ann Lofthouse presented a cheque for $4,000 to the Rotary Club of Ingersoll. 

President of the Rotary Club and Ingersoll Mayor Ted Comiskey was on hand to receive the money. The money is part of the Desjardins GoodSpark Community Grants Program. It will be used to support free rotary club programs such as the Rotary Rink Mates, Christmas Parade, Easter Egg Hunt, Kids Fishing Derby and many youth scholarships.

Lofthouse says she was thrilled to present the Club with this money. 

"I was honoured to help select and contribute to the grant provided to The Rotary club of Ingersoll. The GoodSpark Community Grants aim to ‘spark good’ by giving a helping hand to those who need it most. This organization plays a vital role in our community and Desjardins is proud to help support their good work."

Desjardins Insurance is providing over $271,000 in grants to 76 community organizations in Canada. The Agents were invited to nominate organizations that are important to them and their communities. All told, Desjardins Agents donated over $73,000 of the $271,300 total.

This is the second year that Desjardins Insurance and the exclusive Desjardins Agent Network have teamed up to support Canadian communities. In 2018, a total of $190,000 was given to community initiatives in the three provinces where Desjardins Insurance Agent offices are located.

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