THUNDER BAY – Tbaytel for Good released the shortlist of 15 semi-finalists who are in the running to win grants from its Good Community and Good Schools programs today. Dozens of applications were received from across Northern Ontario for both programs.
The next step in the process is a public vote to choose winners in each category. Video stories by all 15 semi-finalists can be viewed at www.tbaytelforgood.net and the public can vote online for their favourite projects. The voting period runs October 24th at 12:00 PM until November 6th at 12:00 PM.
You can vote at www.tbaytelforgood.net
The semi-finalists are:
Good Schools Program:
- Claude E. Garton Public School – Outdoor Stage, Thunder Bay
- Crestview Public School Leadership Team – Anti-Bullying, Thunder Bay
- Hammarskjold High School – Get Fresh Cafe, Thunder Bay
- New Prospect Public School – Outdoor Rink, Dryden
- Open Roads Public School – Water Safety, Dryden
- Pegamigaabo Public School – Outdoor Classroom, Big Grassy First Nation
- Francis Catholic School – Healthy Eating, Thunder Bay
- Sturgeon Creek – Outdoor Classroom, Emo
- Superior CVI High School – Aboriginal Student Committee, Thunder Bay
- Superior CVI High School – Cross Country Ski Track, Thunder Bay
Good Community Program:
- DieActive Street Fair, Thunder Bay
- Hospice Northwest Die-alogues, Thunder Bay
- Northwestern Health Unit Nutrition on Weekends, Kenora
- Stratton Best Start Hub Outdoor Play Area, Stratton
- Thunder Bay Counselling Adulting – You Got This, Thunder Bay
Tbaytel for Good Community Fund provides financial support to individuals, schools, community groups, not-for-profit organizations and charities whose activities match our own priorities. We support inspiring projects that build strong and healthy communities across northern Ontario. Together, we accomplish more good than we ever could alone.