Up Close and Unplugged nets $200,000 for Cancer Foundation, NAC (ARTICLE)

June 18 / 2015

Caroline Phillips, Ottawa Citizen: Generous supporters of two entirely different causes — helping cancer survivors and boosting the performing arts – came together Wednesday for a very special evening that raised $200,000 for the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation and National Arts Centre Foundation.

The Up Close and Unplugged benefit was founded by former Newbridge senior executive Peter Charbonneau, who sits on both the NAC Foundation audit committee and the cancer foundation’s Cancer Champions Cabinet. He was back to co-chair the successful event, now in its 11th year, with fellow cancer survivor Stephen Greenberg, president of Osgoode Properties.

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