Save the North Gwillimbury Forest

$8,104 of $45,000 goal

Raised by 101 people in 1 month
The Town of Georgina’s new Official Plan illegally permits the DG Group to build a giant residential development on the North Gwillimbury Forest’s wetlands.  If this project proceeds, it will destroy the Paradise Beach-Island Grove Provincially Significant Wetland and drive a stake through the heart of the North Gwillimbury Forest. We must not allow this to happen. 

We need a dollar from every one of the Town of Georgina’s 45,000 residents to help pay for our OMB appeal to save the North Gwillimbury Forest’s wetlands.

We can win our appeal because the law is on our side, but victory will not come cheap. We need your help to raise $45,000 to pay our legal and expert witness fees before our OMB hearing commences on May 22nd.

You can learn more about what is at stake and our battle to save the forest at SaveNGForest.org
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$8,104 of $45,000 goal

Raised by 101 people in 1 month
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$20
Mark Powney
12 days ago
SS
$1,000
Stephen Sandler
12 days ago
CC
$15
Corinne Cooper
15 days ago
NE
$500
Nancy Elgie
15 days ago
DB
$25
Deborah Baggley
19 days ago
$25
Anonymous
20 days ago
MB
$50
Mary Byers
22 days ago
DG
$1,000
Donna Green
23 days ago
CH
$100
Carr Hatch
23 days ago
$500
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23 days ago
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