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Supporting the UELAC.

"to enrich the lives of Canadians"

Incorporated in 1914, The United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada helps "to enrich the lives of Canadians through fostering public awareness of our national history and, in particular, of the United Empire Loyalists and their contributions to Canada, while also celebrating their memory and perpetuating their heritage as an integral part of the Canadian identity." (AGM 2002) The United Empire Loyalists Charitable Trust enables this not-for-profit organization to focus on this vision statement.

In keeping with the principle of something both timely and timeless, the UELAC Finance Committee is committed to thank and recognize donors to the Association who have generously contributed either In Honour of, OR toward the Operations of, the United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada (Memorial Fund, Scholarship Fund, Special Projects, General Funds). Acknowledgement of our most generous and committed supporters, is a powerful statement of our purpose and vision.

HONOURING OUR DONORS

2011 Donations

July-December

* In Honour of Kenneth B. Iverson by Grace Lumbers

* In Honour of Doreen Todhunter by Vancouver Branch

Loyalist Scholarship Fund

* London and Western Ontario Branch

* M. Felicia Van Nostrand

* Frederick H. Hayward

UELAC

* William J. Patterson

* Jocelyn Badovinac

* Donald R. Grant

* Estate of Harold Keith Dalrymple

* Jim Bruce

* Douglas W. Grant

* Elizabeth Richardson
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Title Annotation:United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada's donors
Publication:The Loyalist Gazette
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1CANA
Date:Sep 22, 2012
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