|2/6/2015 - Guelph Storm fundraiser|
GUELPH STORM FUNDRAISER
Thank you to everyone who supported this fundraiser! We were very successful in raising over $2,000.00 between money raised from ticket sales and the 50/50 draw held at the October 19th game.
All proceeds received will go towards paying rewards to our tipsters for their anonymous information on crimes, as well as program promotion and education within our community.
Thank you to everyone for your support!!
|1/1/2015 - Flag Raising - January|
During January 2015
for Crime Stoppers Month
GUELPH CITY HALL
(Shown above is Crime Stoppers (CS) Program Coordinator Sarah Bowers-Peter and CS Board Member Jennifer Avery)
(Shown above is Crime Stoppers (CS) Board Member Dennis Craven, Wellington North Mayor Andy Lennox, CS Program Coordinator Sarah Bowers-Peter and Wellington County OPP Inspector Scott Lawson)
|12/15/2014 - Winter 2014/2015 Newsletter|
Attached is our Winter 2014/15 edition>>Winter 2014-15 Newsletter.pdf
|11/16/2014 - Guelph Santa Claus Parade|
Santa Claus Parades
Guelph had their 2014 Santa Claus Parade on November 16th and Fergus had it on December 6th. Crime Stoppers wants to thank everyone for coming out. Our members had a lot of fun this year interacting with the kids.
|9/27/2014 - Community Shredding Event|
4th Annual Community Shredding Event
Crime Stoppers Guelph Wellington teamed up for the second year with Integra Document Destruction and held a community shredding event on Saturday September 27th at Stone Road Mall.
Thank you to our community, our volunteers and our media partners for making this happen. It was our most successful year yet! We were able to raise $1,854.00 that will go towards paying rewards to our tipsters and towards education and promotion of our program. Thank you to the Guelph Police Service for their continued support and specifically officer Michael Gatto for his attendance.
Look for us again next fall. We will post the date on our website, once it is confirmed – please continue to check us out at www.csgw.tips. As the time nears we will also advertise through our media - via radio, newspaper, TV, Facebook and twitter.
|6/14/2014 - BBQ at County of Wellington Property Auction|
Crime Stoppers BBQ Fundraiser in conjunction with the County of Wellington Property Auction
This year`s event was held on Saturday June 14th at a NEW location of Parr Auctions located 6km north of Fergus.
Thank you to our volunteers and to our sponsors: 100 Mile Food Services Ltd. In Fergus, Nestle Waters in Aberfoyle and the County of Wellington.
Our BBQ was a success raising $347.00 which will go directly back into our program to help pay rewards to tipsters for their valuable information on crimes. Thank your to the community for your support - a great turnout!
|5/10/2014 - Mulch Sale Fundraiser|
The Crime Stoppers Mulch Sale Fundraising Events are over for another year. Thank you to our community members for your support!
Thank you to the Guelph Police Service for their ongoing support in promoting our event and for their presence at the event. Thank you to the Wellington County O.P.P. for their support and lending a hand. Thank you to the O.P.P. auxiliary officers for their efforts and to the MEDIA for promoting our event!
We couldn’t have done it without the support we received from the local fire halls and businesses who helped promote the event on their road signs. As well as businesses who posted our flyer at their office locations, and messages to their customers.
A huge thank you to our VOLUNTEERS - they worked hard and we certainly couldn`t have done it without them.
Thank you to Scotiabank for their financial support and for their team of volunteers who participated on the day of the events.
Thank you to our partner Alltreat Farms and to all you wonderful community members who value our cause in the fight against crime.
Hope to see you out again next year!
|5/10/2014 - Guelph Police Week|
Guelph Police Service hosted their annual Open House on May 10th, 2014 at their headquarters in Guelph. This was their best turn out ever with approximately 1,000 people in attendance!
We are very appreciative of the support we received from our “Friends of Crime Stoppers” volunteers who participated in this event.