MARCH OF DIMES CANADA SAYS THANK YOU LONDON!
Annual battle of the bands raises over $19,000 for Londoners with disabilities
For Immediate Release – If you weren’t at London's Best Western Plus Lamplighter Inn and Conference Centre for the 12th annual Rock for Dimes London, you missed a great night.
Six local performers – Chase Drew, Oui B. Jamon, Electric Popsicle, Pit Crew, Bad Posture, and The RJ Conspiracy – put on a terrific show to support March of Dimes Canada.
Judges Dan Wiley, Colin Stewart, Jim McCormick, and John Pare crowned Bad Posture London’s best corporate band.
The event raised over $19,000, all of which will benefit MODC programs for children and adults with disabilities.
‘London really came through for us this year,’ said Mary Lynne Stewart, National Director of Fund Development and Communications for MODC. ‘It always does. That’s why we’ve been coming back for the last twelve years. In that time, the city has raised more than $100,000, and all of it has gone to MODC programs. So thank you, London.’
Sponsors for Rock for Dimes London 2017 are: Agency59, Long&McQuade, American Standard, Goldline Mobility and Conversions, Savaria, Caregiver Omnimedia, Silver Cross Automotive, London Police Association, Oxford Mobility, Access Ramp and Mobility Systems, Bayshore Home Helath, Custom Mobility, Lerners Lawyers, Accessible Daily Living, Free 98.1 Classic Rock, Yurek Pharmacy and Home Healthcare, Precision Home Medical Equipment, Moving Forward Rehabilitation and Wellness Centre, Performance Health, Dentons, Tilco Electric, Postmedia, Barrier Free Real Estate, The Walkin Tub, HomeModificationCanada, Accessible Houses, AGTA Home Healthcare, Bruno, London Canada, ReMax, Homewood Health Products, Partner IT, Liberty Tax Service, EllisDon, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Versa Bank, and Trillium Bookkeeping .
March of Dimes Canada is a nationally registered charitable organization providing support services to people with disabilities, their families and caregivers across Canada. Our goal is to enhance the independence and community participation of people with disabilities every day through a wide range of programs and services across Canada. For more information, please visit www.marchofdimes.ca or call 1-800-263-3463.
For more information, please contact:
Public Relations and Media Coordinator
March of Dimes Canada
416.425.3463 ext. 7258