At Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Insurance Company, we live where you live. We believe in supporting the communities where our members reside. We do so in many ways, including financial contributions to worthwhile causes.
Other community projects and infrastructure that we support include: Coady International Institute Bursaries, the Cumberland Health Care Foundation in Amherst, the annual United Way Golf Tournament Fundraiser in Sydney, the Keating Millennium Centre in Antigonish and the Inverness Hospital Foundation. Our company and staff have also helped raised money for The Children’s Wish Foundation, Cancer Research and Big Brothers and Big Sisters. A partial list of our community contributions appears below.
|Organization / Project||Amount|
|St. Martha’s Regional Hospital Foundation||over $ 100,000|
|Coady International Institute Expansion Project||$ 25,000|
|Coady International Institute Bursaries||over $ 20,000|
|Keating Milenium Centre||$ 15,000|
|Inverness Hospital Foundation||over $ 40,000|
|Keppoch Project||$ 75,000|
|Lochaber Community Centre||$ 10,000|
|Dr. Kingston Memorial Community Health Centre||$ 5,000|
|Antigonish Highland Games||over $ 5,000 annually|
|Eastern Nova Scotia Exhibition||over $ 5,000 annually|
|Antigonish Farmers’ Mutual Junior B Bulldogs||over $ 25,000|
|Education Scholarships||$ 7,000 annually|
|Cumberland Health Authority||over $30,000|
|Cheticamp Hospital Foundation||$ 4,000 annually for 5 years|
|Guysborough Memorial Hospital||$ 4,000 annually for 5 years|
|Junior Achievement of Nova Scotia||$ 2,500 annually|
|Colchester County 4-H Barn Project||$ 20,000|
|Many other supports of lesser amounts every year.||$ 10,000 – $ 15,000|
|Total||over $ 279,000|
Guysborough Memorial Hospital cheque presentation, June 2, 2016.
Guysborough Hospital sponsor board.