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Quinte West Council Site Tour Quinte West Council Site Tour Photo: Front row, from left: Councillor Leslie Roseblade, Councillor Karen Sharpe, Quinte West Mayor Jim Harrison, Councillor Lynda Reid, HSHPE Board Chair Donna Endicott, It Takes Heart Capital Campaign Committee Chair Greg Sudds. Back row, from left: Chief Administrative Officer David Clazie, Councillor David McCue, Deputy Mayor Jim Alyea, Councillor David O'Neil, Director of Finance/Treasurer Caleb DenOuden.    MEDIA RELEASE April 19, 2022 Quinte West Council visits HSHPE site for tour and to present cheque BELLEVILLE – City of Quinte West Mayor Jim Harrison and
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HSHPE Launches $100,000 Corporate Challenge from West City Honda MARCH 17, 2022 – Humane Society Hastings Prince Edward’s It Takes Heart Capital Campaign is launching a major corporate challenge thanks to support from West City Honda, which has pledged to match corporate donations made in the next several months up to a total of $100,000. “It’s an absolute pleasure for our team at West City Honda to back this corporate challenge with our matching donation,” commented Greg Sudds, President and General Manager at West City Honda. Sudds, who is also Chair of the It Takes Heart Capital Campaign, added, “We are all animal lovers here and we
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It Takes a Village MEDIA RELEASE February 9, 2022 It Takes a Village – Patrons come together to pledge support for new HSHPE Centre BELLEVILLE – HSHPE’S capital campaign received a big boost today from a group of supporters representing many different facets of our community. The group, which came together at the site of the new Centre at 34 Wallbridge-Loyalist Road, included Belleville Mayor Mitch Panciuk, as well as corporate and individual donors. Mayor Panciuk presented a cheque from the City of Belleville for $50,000. This is the fourth annual payment of an 8-year pledge the City made
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Provincial Funding Announcement Ontario Supporting the Humane Society Hastings Prince Edward  Investment in new facility will help provide animal care and deliver important community programs  November 23, 2021 BELLEVILLE — The Ontario government is providing $250,000 to support the construction of Humane Society Hastings Prince Edward’s new community and education centre. A major component of the planned new facility will provide space for important outreach programs, community recreational activities and events, as well as earned revenue to support the care of animals in need. The announcement was
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Other News
RELEASE - HSHPE Proceeds with Phase 2
Ground Breaking Ceremony
February Pawsitive News
Quinte Humane Society Seeks a Marketing & Communications Manager
January Pawsitive News
Mayor Panciuk delivers much needed funding for new QHS Home
November Pawsitive News
December Pawsitive News
QHS New Centre Scaled-down to Address Urgency
QHS Receives Major Bequest Gift for New Centre
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