Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Shirley Cheechoo: Weengushk Film Institute

Weengushk Film Institute
Shirley Cheecho
November 30, 2010
Dear Friends and Supporters,
December is just around the corner and I do hope that you will once again
consider including Weengushk Film Institute (Charities BIN# 864857487RR001)
as one of your year-end charitable donations. For those of you who have already
made an annual gift, I thank you. If you have not made all your decisions please
do consider WFI. Your personal donation will help us to sustain and ultimately
build our excellent programs. We make a real difference in clearing the path for
aboriginal and diversity youth towards a brighter future.
Weengushk Film Institute - (WFI) is an artist-focused training center dedicated to
unlocking the creative potential of Aboriginal Youth, visible minority artisans and
filmmakers within the Canadian and International media arts industry. While
developing market leading skills and experiences to its participants, WFI will
provide significant value by creating a mentorship network between students
engaged in learning and industry professionals.
Weengushk Film Institute continues to provide essential educational and training
opportunities. Please help us to fulfill our mission in clearing the path for
aboriginal and youth of diversity in making their dreams and goals come true.
Thank you and best regards.
Shirley Cheechoo
Executive Director/Founder

Head Office
662 Spring Bay Rd.,P.O. Box 357
M’Chigeeng, ON P0P 1G0
Toll Free: 1-877-377-6011
Phone: (705) 377-6011
Fax: (705) 377-6017
Training Centre 5494 Hwy 540, P.O. Box 357
M’Chigeeng, ON P0P 1G0
Phone: (705) 377-5322
Fax: (705) 377-5323
For more information on our programs contact Shannon Smith:
Phone: (705) 377-5322

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