CJAM Receives $25,000 from Gordie Howe Intl Bridge Community Benefits Plan

CJAM 99.1 FM is proud to announce we are one of the thirteen organizations that will receive funding from the 2024 Community Organization Investment initiative from the Gordie Howe Bridge Community Benefits plan! With these funds, CJAM will put on the Higher Ground Music and Arts Festival this September 2024 in Sandwich, Ontario. We plan on programming a day of music, storytelling, and visual art inside the historic Mackenzie Hall on September 28, 2024. This event will be free for the public.

We want to thank the Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority for the funding to bring back our Higher Ground Festival, this time in the great neighborhood of Sandwich.

For more information about the recipients of the Gordie Howe International Bridge Community Benefits Plan, please click here.

Station Manager Walter S. Petrichyn in the back row to the right alongside the other successfully funded organizations posing for a photo.

Photograph taken June 11, 2024, photo credit: Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority

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