Maxim pancake breakfast raises $20K for charity

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WINNIPEG, Man. — Maxim Truck & Trailer raised more than $20,050 for the Christmas Cheer Board of Winnipeg at the company’s 14th annual pancake breakfast.

The event was held Dec. 4 and attracted more than 300 guests. It was hosted at Maxim’s head office in Winnipeg. Cash donations were received, as well as a full truckload of non-perishable food items for the Christmas Cheer Board.

“I’m so thankful for all of our employees, customers, suppliers and friends who help to make the event such a big success,” said Maxim president Doug Harvey.

The Christmas Cheer Board will use the funds to help out families receiving provincial assistance as well as many of the working poor.

About 300 guests attended Maxim Truck & Trailer's annual pancake breakfast.
About 300 guests attended Maxim Truck & Trailer’s annual pancake breakfast.
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