Tell five people and ask them to also tell five people: Town Hall meeting for flood victims.

News 100 redBy Pepper Parr

November 3, 2014



There are believed to be between 500 and 250 homes in Burlington that were damaged by that August 4th flood that were either uninsured or under insured.

The citizens of Burlington have pulled together and raised $800,000 to date with the expectation that the amount will grow to $1 million by the end of the fund raising campaign.

Now – time to begin putting that money to good use and helping the people whose homes were damaged.

BCF Town Hall meeting


The Burlington Community Foundation (BCF) is holding a Town Hall meeting on Tuesday November 4th to explain the process that is being used to take care of those who need financial help.

To some the forms and the process might be confusing. The BCF will be explaining the process and will also have people on hand to work directly with those who need help,

The BCF believes there are at least more than 100 people who need and are entitled to help. It is vital that these people be in touch with the BCF and if at all possible that they attend the Tuesday meeting.

When you read this , please tell at least five other people and ask those five people to tell five other people.

If you were flooded and are either uninsured or under insured please attend the November 4th meeting.

There are people who can help – but they need to be able to talk to you.

The meeting is taking place at the Seniors’ Centre on New Street between 7:00 and 9:00 pm.

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