|What is a Carolinian forest?
A Carolinian forest is a life zone in eastern North America characterized primarily by a predominance of deciduous or broad-leaf trees such as various species of ash, birch, chestnut, hickory, oak and walnut.
How will general donations made to the Centennial Forest be used?
General donations will be used to help remove invasive species, the planting of other indigenous trees and shrubs as well as ongoing maintenance of the forest once planted.
If I choose to direct my donation to the Appleby Fund, how will it be recognized?
Donations made to the Appleby Fund will be recognized based on the level of giving. All donations will be mentioned in Appleby’s 2010-2011 Annual Report.
How will class gifts to the Centennial Forest be recognized?
Class gifts will be recognized with a personalize plaque indicating the class year. Individuals who contributed to the class gift will also be invited to an exclusive recognition event prior to the Centennial Forest dedication.
If more than $5,000 is raised by a class, how will the funds be used?
Funds will be directed towards the area of greatest need that is supported by the Appleby Fund.
How can I participate in the Homecoming Giving Challenge?
Please visit www.appleby.on.ca/homecominggiving to make a donation online.
How can I receive more information about the Centennial Forest?
Please contact Caitlin Kavander, Manager, Annual Fund at 905-845-4681 ext. 112 or email@example.com for additional information.