First Cynergy Mechanical Charity Gala Raises More Than $70,000 for ISAND

TORONTO, ONTARIO (April 24, 2017) – At its inaugural Charity Gala in support of ISAND, Cynergy Mechanical raised more than $70,000 to support services for families living with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders. More than 350 people attended the sold out event in Vaughan on April 21, enjoying an evening of fine dining, music, dancing, a live auction and inspiring stories of support and hope.

The Charity Gala presented by Cynergy Mechanical raised more than $70,000 for ISAND. From left: Gerald McCann, President, Cynergy Mechanical, Nancy Antonacci, Office Manager, Cynergy Mechanical, Dr. Wendy Roberts, Clinical Director, ISAND, Leah Miltchin, Administrative Assistant, ISAND, Jan Nybida, Vice President, Cynergy Mechanical, David Gray, Executive Director, ISAND, Phil Alba, Decision Support and Strategic Planning, ISAND, and Ann Culbertson, Controller, Cynergy Mechanical.

“When I first met the ISAND team last year, I was immediately struck by their passion, professionalism, and commitment to providing outstanding care,” said Gerald McCann, President of Cynergy Mechanical. “The Charity Gala is part of our ongoing commitment to help ISAND continue its deep impact on the families it serves. We are already looking forward to our role as presenting sponsor at next year’s Charity Gala!”

“On behalf of the hundreds of families ISAND serves each year, I thank Gerald and his amazing team at Cynergy Mechanical for their tremendous support and congratulate them on the outstanding success of their first Charity Gala,” said ISAND Executive Director David Gray. “The net proceeds from the Gala will provide essential resources for ISAND, enabling us to serve even more families.”

Event sponsors and supporters include Platinum Sponsor Hydronic Parts Group (HPG), and Silver Sponsors B & R Electric, Ember Electric, Q Residential and Maple Leaf Sports + Entertainment (MLSE).

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