Parksville Qualicum Community Foundation awarded $5,000 grant

Cash given to local charity

After years of giving grants to the community, the Parksville Qualicum Community Foundation has recieved one of their own.

Motiontide Media, a local digital marketing agency, has given $5,000 to the organization.

Established in 1999, the Parksville Community Foundation works with donors to create funds for a variety of community organizations and initiatives.

READ MORE: Parksville-Qualicum Community Foundation donates record amount to local groups

“Normally we are the ones issuing grants to help community organizations in the Parksville Qualicum Beach region. We are pleased that this time we are the ones being on the receiving end of this generous grant,” Board President Sarah Duncan said in an emailled statement. “As we celebrate our 20th anniversary, we look forward to working with Motiontide to broaden our reach in the community, including enhancing our online presence.”

cloe.logan@pqbnews.com

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