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EFC Federation Cup Silent Auction Items Now Being Accepted, In Support of EFC Scholarship Program

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August 8, 2023

EFC is now accepting silent auction donations to support EFC’s Scholarship Program.

The Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) scholarship program has been supporting students for over 25 years. In 2023, EFC and its members and participants provided students with over $160,000 in funding across 70 plus scholarships. The scholarships are awarded to students studying in an electrical concentration, including electrical technician, electrical engineering, supply chain management or business administration.

Silent auction items are greatly appreciated, and your company will receive recognition on the event day.

Requirements for silent auction:

  • Minimum value: $100
  • Non-logo items (if the item does have a logo, it must be subtle)
  • Electronics, sporting or event tickets, household goods, getaway experiences, etc. are accepted.

If you are interested in donating, please email Jade at jhosick@electrofed.com and ship items c/o Jade Hosick to EFC’s office:

c/o Jade Hosick
Electro-Federation Canada
190 Attwell Drive, Suite 560
Toronto, ON M9W 6H8

EFC’s National Golf Tournament will be held on August 23rd, 2023, at Deer Creek Golf Course in Ajax, Ontario.

View the event details here.

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