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Red River Mutual Staff Dress Casual for a Cause

Altona, Manitoba – Red River Mutual staff have chosen to once again “dress casual” for a cause and chose to support the Manitoba Camping Association & Sunshine Fund. A monetary donation bought each staff member the ability to wear jeans to work the day before a long weekend and the last Friday of every month.

On Wednesday August 10th, 2016 the Manitoba Camping Association & Sunshine Fund was presented a cheque for $3,360 which will help send children in Manitoba to camp! The funds raised will help the Manitoba Camping Association reach its 2016 goal of sending 1,000 kids to camp.

Kim Batchelor, Red River Mutual Social Committee member said, “Many of us remember attending summer camps as children and the meaningful memories we share to this day. We are delighted to have been able to be a part of this fundraiser and help the children in our communities.”

For more information about the Manitoba Camping Association & Sunshine Fund or to donate visit www.MBCamping.ca or call (204) 784-1130.

Pictured – Red River Mutual social committee members Kim Batchelor, Lainie Dahle and Stephanie Alexander presenting the cheque to the Manitoba Camping Association Community Outreach and Program Manager, Dana Moroz.

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About Red River Mutual

As a Canadian mutual company, Red River Mutual is owned by its policyholders. With over 64,000 policyholders, our premium revenue exceeds $91.8 million. Red River Mutual is a Prairie Success story having protected families, farms, and businesses on the Prairies since 1875. Red River Mutual is committed to providing competitive insurance products and equitable claims service in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Red River Mutual emulates the Modern Mutual by investing a portion of company profits back into the community through loss prevention and through the support of worthy community projects.

 

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