Welcome to our new executive director, Kate Rogers.
Kate Rogers is a strategic thinker, relationship-builder and networker who contributes her skills and talents to enhance our community and bring about positive change. She is the Deputy Mayor of Fredericton and City Councillor for Ward 11.
Kate has over ten years experience as a senior administrator in the non-profit and post-secondary sectors and extensive background in creating initiatives that develop programming through sectoral and community partnerships, thereby leveraging the assets of many. She has spent her working life in the community and appreciates the importance of connecting with others to address challenges, uncover solutions and respond to community interests.
A long-standing and active member of the Fredericton arts community, both professionally and as a volunteer, Kate has worked for various arts organizations and served on many Boards of Directors. Kate has a Masters degree in Political Science from the University of New Brunswick.
She is a founding co-chair of the Fredericton Arts Alliance and is a member on the advisory board of the NB Social Policy Research Network, an organization she helped build with the late Honourable Andy Scott.
Kate can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 454-2262.
FREDERICTON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
“It’s All Good!”
Since 1956 the Fredericton Community Foundation has been funding good works that enhance and strengthen the quality of life of all citizens in the Greater Fredericton Region.
We are the bridge that links caring donors to the needs and interests of our community. We proactively engage in community leadership, and the development and stewardship of new funds.
Each year we provide grants to close to 100 organizations right here in Greater Fredericton, focusing on areas such as arts and culture, health, environment, education, youth, heritage, social development, recreation and sport.
We receive monetary donations of all sizes, invest those donations and provide grants to charitable organizations in our community from the income generated by the donations we receive. In this way, your donation has a meaningful impact in the community not just today, but long into the future. No donation is too small or too big.
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Fredericton Community Foundation Inc. 390 King Street, Suite 201 Fredericton, NB E3B 1E3 Telephone: 506-454-2262 Email: email@example.com