Handing a cheque from Campbell Haliburton to NCFC Words Thankful to Support Local

Campbell & Haliburton Group has been serving those in and around our community since 1957. We offer our clients expert investment, Real Estate & Property Management, Construction and Insurance advice. The Campbell & Haliburton Group believes a strong community is good for everyone.  In this article, they talk about being thankful to support local.  

Thankful to Support Local

The August 12 Regina Fundraising BBQ for North Central Family Center was a huge success!   

Lunch was served from 11:00 to 3:00 and in true Saskatchewan tradition included, hot dogs and hamburgers. There was no obligation to donate but donations were gladly accepted. The goal of the Fundraiser for North Central Family Centre was to raise $10,000. The main priority for the donation was the replacement of the access ramp at the back of the NCFC building. Campbell Haliburton had advised that every dollar raised would match the donation. 

North Central Family Centre, is a registered non-profit charitable organization in Regina that delivers a wide range of proven successful structured programs and activities. The programs are offered to Regina’s inner-city children, youth, families and seniors in a safe and supportive environment. 

John Grant, President of Campbell Haliburton Group presented the cheque to NCFC at the end of August.

Thanks to everyone’s support the NCFC Fundraising event raised $4,561.95 with Campbell Haliburton matched donation the grand total was $9,123.90. 


The Campbell & Haliburton Group is locally owned and comprises several companies; including Campbell & Haliburton Insurance, CH Living and CH Built. The local Regina team believes a strong community is good for everyone. This is the foundation of the CH Group, and the company slogan  “Like a family” reflects that. They commit to supporting education, health, wellness and events. They believe it is their social responsibility to contribute to the well-being of our citizens, as this maintains a balance between the economy and society.