Officials from WE Charity were on hand recently to offer a special ‘thank you’ to Chatham’s Victory Ford and the students from several Chatham-Kent schools for their work each year in support of the We Scare Hunger Hallowe’en food drive.
“Victory Ford has been an important partner for our annual We Scare Hunger campaign,” says Ray Power, Principal of Ursuline College Chatham Catholic Secondary School, which organizes the food drive each year. “We think it is fitting that our friends at Victory Ford are among just three dealerships across Canada being honored by WE Charity.”
WE is an international charity and educational partner, which educates and empowers young people and seeks to nurture in them compassion to create transformative social change.
In addition to representatives from WE Charity, Mark Buzzell, President and CEO of Ford Canada, was on hand to offer thanks to Victory Ford and students from Ursuline College, St. Ursula, Our Lady of Fatima, St. Joseph Chatham, St. Anne Blenheim and St. Michael Ridgetown Catholic schools, John McGregor Secondary School and Chatham Kent Secondary School.
Posing with students in the photo above are (Back Row L-R) Mark Buzzell, President, Ford Canada; Adam Lally, Victory Ford; Tim Witt, Ford Canada; Vince Lally, Victory Ford; and (Front Row) Spencer West, WE Charity.