Foundation Donor Spotlight
Donor Spotlight: Howard Richman
Howard Richman of King Canada has been extremely generous over the last 20 years with our woodshop. The family and company are very supportive of our community and this gives them great pleasure. Howard regularly donates woodworking materials, and some machinery. Last year, there was a significant donation of machinery to bring the woodshop up to code.
The most important thing to Howard is that the woodshop is well used by our seniors, and that the members know that they have King Canada’s support.
The Cummings Centre has erected a plaque in their name to thank them for all of their generosity over the years. The plaque will be unveiled on November 7. To learn more about the Annual Craft Show & Sale.
King Canada Inc. is a privately held Canadian company that has been bringing quality tools and equipment to the Canadian and America markets for over 30 years. As an extension of a steel business established in 1910, King has considerable industry experience to draw from. Beginning with only a few products, the product line today has been expanded to one of the most comprehensive in the industry.
In 1983 King took over its name and started developing a complete program, selling machinery in collaboration with their partner factories. By the late eighties, King was the leading importer in Quebec and distributing across Canada. The company is based out of Montreal, so they are truly community members.
For more information on leaving your legacy to the Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors Foundation please call Cathy Simons, Foundation Director 514.343.3529 local 7229.
The decision to leave a legacy to the Cummings Jewish Centre for Seniors Foundation was one that Vera Bator felt wonderful about. To read the donor spotlight on Vera Bator.
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