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Durabuilt Windows & Doors donate over $137,000 in material to Wellspring Edmonton

Durabuilt Windows & Doors CEO Joginder Sunner (right) and Durabuilt President Harry Sunner (left) present a donation cheque over $137,000 to Wellspring Edmonton Board Chair Dr. Glenn Hundleby (centre). The company has also donated and installed many of the large windows to the Wellspring Edmonton building.
Durabuilt Windows & Doors CEO Joginder (Joe) Sunner (left) and Durabuilt President Harry Sunner (right) present a donation cheque over $137,000 to Wellspring Edmonton Board Chair Dr. Glenn Hundleby (centre). The cheque represents the value of the large windows donated and installed in the new Wellspring Edmonton building.

Wellspring Edmonton received a formal donation on Wednesday, June 18, 2015 from Durabuilt Windows & Doors, one of the builders that donated material to the new centre being constructed on 65 Avenue and 113 Street.

Durabuilt CEO and company founder Joginder (Joe) Sunner and Durabuilt President Harry Sunner presented Wellspring Board Chair Dr. Glenn Hundleby a cheque for $137,554.45. The cheque represents the dollar value of material and labour donated for the large windows installed at the new centre.

We’re thankful for Durabuilt’s commitment to helping bring a place where people can face cancer together, and appreciate their continuing support.

You can see the full gallery of the Sunners’ visit to the Wellspring Edmonton site by clicking on the images below.

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