Scribendi.com and the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority launch the Heritage Tree project in Chatham-Kent.
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With Earth Day right around the corner, Scribendi.com is preparing to team up once again with the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority (LTVCA), providing a generous donation that will contribute toward planting 20 trees in Mid-Oxley Park in Chatham on April 24th.
Scribendi.com teamed up with the Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority (LTVCA) by providing a generous donation that funded the purchase of 20 trees, which our staff planted in Mid-Oxley Park in Chatham on Earth Day.
National Novel Writing Month has arrived, which means it’s time for you to begin writing your 50,000 word novel. Scribendi.com wants you to succeed and, in order to help you, we have a few suggestions.
Scribendi.com values community leadership. That's why we're offering $1000 to a special student who works hard and contributes to his or her community. Apply for the Scribendi Community Leadership Scholarship by December 31, 2015 for your chance to win!
Leading online editing and proofreading company Scribendi.com sponsored Ultimate Me Day, a local community event that sets out to gather women together to build a strong community of support, camaraderie, and entrepreneurship as well as to vitalize the Chatham-Kent community.
In-house staff joined Scribendi.com President Chandra Clarke and Vice-President Terry Johnson on Sunday, May 15, 2011, in the Muddy River Run to raise funds for the Chatham-Kent VON.
We spent Canada Day participating in the Art in the Park festivities by making balloon animals and painting faces to raise money for the Chatham-Kent United Way. All of the funds raised went towards the Chatham-Kent Amazing Race, which has benefited the United Way for five years.
Scribendi.com donated funds to Indian Creek Road Public School’s “Buy Out For Brad,” which raised a total of $857.41 for Sgt. Brad McFadden, who was injured on his third duty in Afghanistan.
Scribendi.com participates in the 2011 United Way of Chatham-Kent's Amazing Race.