HALIFAX, May 4 /CNW/ - Casino Nova Scotia is proud to announce that it has partnered with Q104 to raise money for the Children's Trust Fund Charity. Casino Nova Scotia will be donating an authentic, autographed guitar signed by talented comedians such as Mark Critch, Shaun Majunder, Caroline Rhea and Gerry Dee, who performed at the Halifax Comedy Festival for a live radio auction.
The guitar will be auctioned on air by Q104 on Friday, May 7, 2010. "We really appreciate the generous donations made by businesses like Casino Nova Scotia. The Children's Trust Fund is a great cause and we're happy to play a part in helping children and their families," says Ted Hyland, General Manager of Q104.
"Casino Nova Scotia is always pleased to be able to assist the community in achieving its charitable objectives," said Howard Blank, Vice President of Media and Entertainment with the Great Canadian Gaming Corporation.
The Children's Trust Fund is a registered charity operated by NewCap Broadcasting through its Halifax radio stations, Q104 and 96.5 Kool FM. Their goal is to help children in critical need due to unfortunate circumstances and medical conditions. The Children's Trust Fund provides financial assistance used to purchase necessary services and items not covered by MSI such as wheelchairs, medications, medic-alert bracelets and specialized therapy.
The Halifax Comedy Festival was held at Casino Nova Scotia, from April 21-24, 2010 and it featured talents of 30 comedians.
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For further information: For further information: Howard Blank - Vice-President, Media & Entertainment, TEL: (604) 303-1000, FAX: (604) 247-8605, email@example.com