Taylor Adams: Tops in Canada, star at home

It's been a busy time for the team at Taylor Adams Chartered Accountants office

Left to right: Wes Rogers

For the Townsman

It’s been a busy time for the team at Taylor Adams Chartered Accountants office; not just because of the day to day work they are committed to but their charitable work as well.

By now we hope everyone, not just in Cranbrook, but across Canada has heard that Taylor Adams was the number one fundraising team for the Breast Cancer Society of Canada’s Dress for the Cause.   In addition, Mike Adams was the individual highest fundraiser in the country.

As part of that dedication and effort the Breast Cancer Society of Canada has made a gift on behalf of Taylor Adams and has lit one large star with EKFH’s Starlite Campaign.  The $5,000 gift is dedicated to the East Kootenay Regional Hospital’s oncology department with funds stewarded by EKFH.

“There has been a lot of attention surrounding the team at Taylor Adams but perhaps the most beautiful part of their story is the compassion and humility each of the team has in respect to why they dedicated so much of their own time to such a great cause for the Breast Cancer Society of Canada and now EKFH,” shares Donna Grainger, EKFH Executive Director.

A big and bright blue star now shines atop the regional hospital in honour of Taylor Adams; Top in Canada and now a Star at Home.

EKFH’s Starlite Campaign captures a thank you, a memory, a wish to make a difference or just simply because.  To donate go to www.ekfh.ca or drop your donation off at your local hospital or health care facility.

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