The Tiger Hills Community Foundation Inc. is committed to working together to build a permanent fund, using the earnings to enrich the quality of life in our area.
Established in 1997, our Foundation grants awards annually to various organizations in order to support family well-being. We assist and promote the arts, cultural and heritage activities, education, environmental and social programs, medical services, sports, and other community activities.
- Chris Bowler, Chairperson
- Karla MacTavish, Treasurer
- Alison Delf-Timmerman, Secretary
- Ian Pritchard
- Robert Wheeler
- Cathy Dilworth
- Chris Bowler
- Chris Marginet
- Neil Metcalfe
- Kristin Jonk
- Jolene Zeghers
Undesignated Fund – Funds distributed at the discretion of the board.
Health and Wellness Fund – Funds distributed to local organizations to improve community health care and wellness.
Jack Wheeler and Family Scholarship Fund
Rathwell Community Fund
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General Funds - Total $29,603
|General Funds: Treherne Fire Department||$2430|
|Treherne Elementary School||$1,850|
|Tiger Hills Community Resource Centre||$3,585|
|Treherne Minor Athletic||$1806|
|Treherne Bowling Clun||$2,615|
|Treherne Agricultural Society||$815|
|Delahunt Golf Course||$2,670|
|Treherne Curling Club||$1,840|
|Treherne Aquatic Centre||$9,720|
|Treherne Friendship Centre||$1,012|
Designated Funds - Total $8,086
|Tiger Hills Health Centre||$5,500|
|Wheeler Family Scholarship Fund:|
|Rathwell Community Fund:|
|Green Prairie Lodge||$586|
Health Auxiliaries’ Final Distribution of Funds
On behalf of the Tiger Hills Community Foundation, Karla MacTavish, treasurer, accepted a cheque in the amount of $3,056 from the Tiger Hills Health Auxiliaries.
The Tiger Hills Health Auxiliary began as 10 separate auxiliaries in 1957 when the Treherne Hospital originally opened its doors. In 2000 they amalgamated into one auxiliary, but their purpose remained the same; fundraising to support purchases for the hospital. In 2018, after the MAHA (Manitoba Association of Health Auxiliaries) folded after 70 years, the Tiger Hills Auxiliary decided to officially end its fundraising activities and distribute their remaining funds.
The money will continue to benefit the Tiger Hills Health Centre in perpetuity, as the Foundation deposited it in the Health Fund, which is designated for community health.
The Tiger Hills Community Foundation board truly appreciates the tremendous community support it receives. For good…forever!