Ball's Falls Centre for Conservation surrounded by greenery
Ball's Falls Centre for Conservation surrounded by greenery



This upcoming Sunday, Ball’s Falls Conservation Area will host a benefit concert in support of the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Foundation. The event has been graciously organized by local group WomEnchant Chorus & Drummers, a community ensemble of choristers and drummers lead by Artistic Director, Laura Thomas.

WomEnchant performs music that promotes peace, social justice, respect for land, and demonstrates the power of sisterhood and song to make positive changes in their community and beyond. Their members come from diverse backgrounds with a wide range of musical experience, that over the years has attracted a loyal following.

“As a non-profit organization that understands the importance of building community support and finding creative ways to fund important projects, it is an honour to be selected as the recipient of the proceeds from WomEnchant Winter Solstice Concert,” says NPCF Board Chair, Tom Insinna. “We’re very grateful to Artistic Director, Laura Thomas, and her members, for this new partnership and we hope this will turn into an annual fundraiser.”

The Winter Solstice Concert will begin at 2:30 p.m. and will include a silent auction. The concert is almost sold out, but some tickets are available at the door for $20, cash only.

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About NPCF:
Founded in 1969, the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Foundation (NPCF) is a registered charity, dedicated to raising funds that aid in the conservation of our natural environment for present & future generations.

Governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, its mission is to support and raise funds for other local registered environmental charities in the NPCA watershed, as well as projects of the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) that are not eligible for traditional government funding, or funding that may not be sufficient or available.
When you donate to the Foundation (NPCF), you help support conservation projects and programs that contribute to improving our water quality, increasing green spaces, wetland and habitat restoration, and environmental research and education.

Questions related to the above release should be directed to:
Renee Bisson,
Manager Communications and Public Relations,
NPCA Mobile: 905-931-3376