Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Insurance Company has been serving the communities in their region for many decades, and part of that service is to provide financial support to their many valuable community organizations. The company expressed that the Antigonish Agricultural Centre initiative is, “a perfect fit for us. Therefore, if this project moves forward, it is our intent to provide a minimum of $200,000 in financial support.”
Catherine Gillis (left) of Antigonish Farmers' Mutual Insurance Company in Mabou presents Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital Charitable Foundation’s Brenda Rankin MacDonald (right) with a $4000 donation on July 20th, 2017.
Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Insurance is helping the Positive Action for Keppoch Society (PAK) to move ahead with their Children and Youth Natural Play and Learning Space project. On Feb. 21, Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Insurance made a pledge of $60,000, over a four-year period, to help with the construction of the project.
Antigonish Farmers' Mutual representatives Elliot Anderson, left, Kendra Anderson and Hope Bryden present a donation to Bill Innis from the Guysborough Memorial Hospital Foundation for the new Antia Foley wing. The foundation held the official opening of the wing on June 25th at 11 am.
AMHERST – The Cumberland Cancer Assistance fund of the Cumberland Health Care Foundation received another very generous donation from the Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Insurance Company.
In 2013, AFM general manager Bill Chisholm and his colleagues pledged to donate $20,000 over five years to support this important Cancer program in Cumberland.
A bustling St. Ninian Place played host to the annual Antigonish Chamber of Commerce Business Gala Oct. 22 which included the presenting of the Antigonish Business Awards.
Receiving the Young Entrepreneur Award, sponsored by Mac Mac and Mac Law Offices, was Tera Keizer from Gold Dust Tanning Hair and Esthetics.
The Cumberland Cancer Assistance fund of the Cumberland Health Care Foundation has received another very generous donation from the Antigonish Farmers' Mutual Insurance Company.
In 2013, AFM general manager Bill Chisholm and his colleagues pledged to donate $20,000 over five years to support the cancer program.
Left to Right: Bill Chisholm, Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Insurance Company; Janet Knox, CEO, Nova Scotia Health Authority, Premier Stephen McNeil, Premier of Nova Scotia; George Coady, Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Insurance Company; Marilyn MacDonald, Chair, Inverness Hospital Foundation Board of Directors.
We had a very successful official opening of our CT Scanner at the Inverness Consolidated Memorial Hospital. We appreciate you and George attending. I have heard nothing but tremendous praise for Antigonish Famers’ Mutual Insurance Company’s support ...
The Antigonish Farmers' Mutual (AFM) Insurance Company has pledged $15,000 to the Inverness-Richmond, Antigonish-Guysborough and Cumberland Early Childhood Intervention and Parenting Journey Programs over the next five years. AFM Insurance Company general manager Bill Chisholm (left), executive director for the Cumberland program Erin Jolly, executive director for the Antigonish-Guysborough program Belinda MacInnis and executive director for the Inverness-Richmond program Olivia Melnick recently gathered for the cheque presentation.