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Fredericton Area Students Break Fundraising Record in Support of Cancer Research

Posted on: April 15th, 2020.

In the Fall of 2019, twenty-three schools in Fredericton worked together to pursue Terry Fox’s dream of a world without cancer. Each of the schools registered to take part in the annual Terry Fox School Run and, thanks to the JT Clark Family Foundation, were given a special opportunity to double their impact on the condition that they share an ambitious goal. The challenge was simple – if the schools raised a collective total of $17,500, the Clark Foundation would match with $17,500. This goal was a significant increase in funds raised by the same schools in the previous year, but also represented one of Terry Fox’s defining traits – setting big goals and working hard to achieve them.

With the help of the Fredericton community, these 10,000 students, aged 3-18, achieved this ambitious goal and, including the challenge funds from The JT Clark Family Foundation, raised $40,180!!

These funds will enable The Terry Fox Foundation to fund life-changing cancer research, including the M4 (Multiple Myeloma Molecular Monitoring) Study lead by Dr. Tony Reiman at the University of New Brunswick.

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John T. Clark Named 2020 Philanthropy In Action Award Recipient

Posted on: February 5th, 2020.

John T. ClarkMr. Clark will receive his award at a gala dinner celebration on May 21st, 2020 at our new location, the Richard J. Currie Center on the University of New Brunswick campus.

The Philanthropy in Action Award honours members of the greater Fredericton region who have given of their time, talent and financial resources for the well-being of the community and surrounding areas. John T. Clark has been a long-standing and humble contributor to worthy causes in our community.

“This year, for our 11th anniversary of the Philanthropy in Action Award, we are celebrating an individual who has contributed greatly and had a significant impact in our community,” said Kate Rogers, Executive Director of the Fredericton Community Foundation. “The recipient has specifically supported causes related to health, education, community, and the environment, and we are happy to recognize the importance of his work with causes in our city.”

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