The annual holiday open house and fundraiser held by C.J. Graphics raised more than $19,000 through a live auction and another $2,000 in cash donations came in for the Daily Bread Food Bank, which received an additional 1,500 pounds of food from attendees of the event.
Throughout the night, C.J. Graphics reports more than 1,500 guests attended the annual holiday party, from which the $19,000 auction funds will be put toward the special-needs programs provided by the C.J. Skateboard Park & School. Jay Mandarino, Founder & CEO of C.J. Graphics, once again served as the fundraising auctioneer, while former Toronto Argonaut Michael Pinball Clemons was in attendance with his wife, Dianne, and assisted with the auction.
Volunteers from the Daily Bread Food Bank were also on hand to help with the food and fundraising drive that continued through the night.
C.J. Graphics Raises Over $20,000 at Holiday Party
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