33rd Annual McGregor Music Festival Raises $72,000
Windsor ON – McGregor Music Festival drew over 500 attendees to their annual festival and classic car show this summer, raising over $72,000 in support of the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation’s Patient Assistance Fund and Dignity Robes program.
$72,000 was raised in support of local cancer care.
“It was an incredible day that included eight local bands, a classic car show, great food, and prizes. It’s amazing to see our community come together. We are grateful for sponsors, volunteers, entertainers, and of course all the attendees! Windsor and Essex County shows up in a big way year after year supporting cancer patients right here in our community” said Sue LeClair, Event Chair, McGregor Music Festival.
The Patient Assistance Fund is available for patients for emergency use when all other forms of financial assistance are not available.
Dignity Robes are designed to give patients comfort and control, both emotionally and physically, while undergoing radiation therapy for breast and lung cancer.
About the McGregor Music Festival
For more than 30 years, the McGregor Music Festival has provided summer fun and entertainment for the Windsor region while raising more than $400,000 for the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation.
About the Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation
The Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation is driven by a promise to serve our cancer community, and serves as the official fundraising arm for the Windsor Regional Cancer Centre, fulfilling requests of the Windsor Regional Cancer Program. Requests include the purchase of state-of-the-art equipment, patient amenities, and initiatives, such as the Patient Assistance Fund, and our Seeds4Hope program.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
Windsor Cancer Centre Foundation
Brandy Coulsey, Marketing and Communications Manager
519-254-5577 ext. 58559