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Every year, Nelligan O’Brien Payne participates in a two-week fundraising campaign for United Way Ottawa. Our 2017 campaign ran from Friday, October 27th to Friday, November 10th and had a goal of raising $25,000.00. We are pleased to announce that we met our goal with a total of $25,209.00 raised.

United Way

Our two-week campaign included everything from daily prize raffles to a silent auction and bake sale, paper airplane flying contest, Christmas photo booth, Hallowe’en costume contest, candy grams, BINGO, and the final beard-shaving contest. To check out how these events went down, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

We could not have raised the amount we did without our committed volunteers here at the firm as well as our prize donors. Thank you very much to:

Starbucks (Albert St. @ O’Connor St.)
Clariti Group Inc.
Grounded Kitchen & Coffeehouse
Trattoria Caffé Italia
Farm Boy (Kanata)
Teknion Furniture Systems
Prohibition Public House
Usborne Books – Sandra Romanauskas
Escape Manor
Cinnful Lashes
LAGO Bar|Grill|View
Brand Blvd
The Sam Group
FleishmanHillard Ottawa
Grade A
Kerry Hill Realty
QA Courier
Ethical Solution Providers Inc.
Coffee Brokers Inc.
Arthur Gallagher
Supreme Basics
Cartier Place Suites
Ambridan Salon
Smith Petrie Carr & Scott
Calabogie Peaks
Mont Ste. Marie
Sophia Esthetique

This content is not intended to provide legal advice or opinion as neither can be given without reference to specific events and situations. © 2021 Nelligan O’Brien Payne LLP.

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