In The News
March 29, 2017, HRCCA was invited by the Halton Regional Police Service to attend the Diversity Engagement Forum. This forum is part of HRPS’ successful community mobilization programs in partnership with local agencies to increase the safety and well-being of Halton residents. Click here for photos.
At the HMC Gala on March 24th, HRCCA presented the $6,500 donation to the HMC Connections (Halton Multicultural Council). Thank you for the support we received at our Chinese New Year Fundraising Event!
Dear Members and Friends,
RE: Funds Raised in HRCCA’s recent event, 2017 Chinese New Year (CNY) Celebration & Fund-raising Banquet
On behalf of the board of directors, I would like to again thank everyone’s support and involvement in our recent event during CNY time. Having received most of the outstanding payments, sponsorship and donations, we have finalized the amount raised in our 2017 CNY Celebration & Fund-raising Banquet. The net proceed are at $10039.56. As per our fund-raising goal this year, the net proceeds will support Halton Multicultural Council (HMC Connections) and Halton Region Chinese Canadian Association (HRCCA).
It was decided by the board of directors that HMC Connections should have a larger share of the net proceeds. So, a $6,500 cheque will be presented to HMC Connections. This will be done at the upcoming HMC Connections’ Annual Award Night & Gala on March 24, 2017.
Our heartfelt gratitude and appreciation go to all our donors, sponsors and particularly to many of our dedicated volunteers who work tirelessly to make things happen. Fund-raising has been an important aspect for our annual Chinese New Year Event. However, we also believe that helps to increase awareness and community advocacy are equally important. We will continue to be creative and watchful and lead by good examples to hopefully contribute more in our diverse community in which we live.
July 2, 2015. Louis Tsai (蔡聿沂), president of the Halton Region Chinese Canadian Association announces the HRCCA scholarship recipients: Leah Wei (魏然) from Nelson High School and Catherine Zeng (曾婧婕) from Robert Bateman High School. Read more… Press Release.
HALTON GRADE 12 STUDENTS
SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION DEADLINE:
SUNDAY, APRIL 9, 2017
Annual Summer Picnic Sunday Aug 6, 2017 Coronation Park, Oakville 11:30am-3:00pm
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Check out our gallery for some event photos from our annual Chinese New Year Celebration and Fundraising Banquet
(check back often as new photos will be added when they become available)
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