Grenville Mutual donates to Stormont County 4-H

A Stormont County 4-Her sprays off one of the dairy cattle set to compete in the open Holstein Show later this weekend at the Stormont County Fair. Zandbergen photo, Nation Valley News

STORMONT COUNTY — For 125 years Grenville Mutual has enhanced people’s lives by contributing to causes where they live and do business.

Grenville is proud to support what they believe in; being a strong community minded company and having respect and empathy for others. They encourage pitching in when it’s needed, not caring who gets the credit. It promotes the spirit of neighbour helping neighbour.

This was demonstrated when the Stormont County 4-H Association received a gift of $300 from Grenville Mutual Insurance.

In celebration of the company’s 125th anniversary, each staff member was provided the opportunity to donate $1,025.00 to a single charity or divide between two charities of their choice within the Eastern Ontario Region.

“We were so excited to find out that each staff member had the opportunity to donate dollars to a charity of our own choosing, said Jennifer Waldroff, a staff member with Grenville Mutual. “I can’t tell you how good it feels about giving something back to local organizations in this way”.

Sharing his view, Ross Lincoln, President/CEO says that a large part of the community work that the company undertakes is planned and coordinated at the grassroots level.

“What better way to appreciate our people, and provide a rare and exciting opportunity for them to give back to a cause that means the most to them.”

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