Toronto Sun


Food bank receives $10,630 from Geranium Homes

For the fifth year in a row the Whitchurch-Stouffville Food Bank has been the recipient of a major September food drive led by Geranium Homes.

Homeowners, staff, suppliers, consultants and trades people of the company’s The Neighbourhoods of Cardinal Point in Stouffville have all contributed much needed food items.

Company president Boaz Feiner presented a cheque in the amount of $10,630—representing the combined total of funds from Geranium’s donation of $50 per home sold at Cardinal Point in the past year as well as contributions including $2,000 from James Hardie Building Products.

Every year SCS Consulting Group organizes the collection of food from the trades and suppliers.

“From the bottom of our hearts, we thank everyone who contributes along with Geranium to give us such a huge boost each year,” said Marion Wells, executive director of the Food Bank.

At its annual Barbecue-in-the-Park

event held last month, Geranium kicked off its Food Drive. Throughout the month, homeowners dropped off food donations to the Cardinal Point sales centre and tradespeople brought items to the construction site office.

On Friday, September 27 Marion Wells and Mayor Wayne Emmerson arrived at Cardinal Point for the final tally and cheque presentation.

Emmerson said that every dollar donated is actually the equivalent of three-dollars in the hands of the organizers of the food bank.

The money will be used to purchase fresh meat, eggs, bread, cheese and other items to supplement the nonperishable goods.

“Geranium’s leadership means so much to this volunteer organization. I am very appreciative of their contribution,” he added.

Geranium Homes recently unveiled Uptownes at Cardinal Point, a new release of urban-style condominium townhomes to be built in Stouffville’s master-planned ravine community.

In an enclave neighbourhood of 134 condo towns configured as the Chicago Series of back-to-back and The Gooderham Series of stacked units, Uptownes designs have all the living areas that buyers most value in a home.

Homes start at 1,401 to 1,639 square feet and include a ground floor bonus recreation room.

Every home has a large rooftop terrace which range in size from approximately 279 square feet up to 380 square feet. Prices start from $394,900.

Cardinal Point is a thriving community that offers great value in an unbeatable location just steps from Main Street’s shops, dining, recreation, cultural venues, services and the Stouffville GO station.

The neighbourhood is just minutes to golf courses, Highways 404 and 407, and Markham Stouffville Hospital.

The Neighbourhoods of Cardinal Point Sales Centre is located on Millard Street, just east of Highway 48 and north of Stouffville Road (Main Street).

Toronto Sun
Oct. 18 & 20, 2013