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Thank you to the organizations and individuals who see the value of respect
The Regional District of Central Kootenay has very generously provided $60,000. These funds are to be used for energy saving new windows. This contribution will provide a long term benefit, helping to reduce our huge annual hydro bill. In addition, three Directors have contributed a total of $6,500 from their discretionary funds. These Directors recognize that Ward Street Place is a regional asset and provides a benefit to their constituents too.    
Nelson and District Credit Union saw the benefits of preserving and maintaining affordable housing and will be providing funding to refurbish 2 rooms; $10,000 per year for 3 years. The total – $30,000.  
Nelson & District Credit Union CEO Doug Stoddart presents first cheque.
Randy Horswill of the Nelson Home Hardware Building Centre jumped in to provide a $500 gift certificate for our Summer/Fall raffle. Nelson Home Building Centre is contributing the materials required to refurbish 4 rooms and providing materials at a reduced cost for several additional rooms. This will equate to contribution of $15,000.
P1070393 Bob Marsh, Home Hardware, presents gift certificate to winner Dan Brazeau and his kids accompanied by Jenny Robinson, Executive Director – Nelson CARES.
The Kootenay Country Food Store Co-op is exposing our campaign to its membership and store customers. The Co-op generously paid the rental of the Capitol Theatre for our November 14, 2014 campaign launch concert. The community was wowed! Showing community leadership, the Co-op announced its support of the campaign by committing to one room, $15,000 over the next three years.  
Coop presents cheque to Room to Live campaign.
The City of Nelson has shown community leadership by allocating $15,000 from the Affordable Housing Fund to support the refurbishing of a room.  
Mayor John Dooley announces City support.