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Dana Moroz, Program Manager, Sunshine Fund 

Dana has been working for MCA/SF for over 8 years. Growing up on a dairy farm in southern Manitoba, then graduating with an Agriculture degree from U of M, she and her husband Brad settled in Oak Bluff where they reside with their two daughters. After working many years with the Heart & Stroke Foundation fundraising events, she moved to the MCA continuing to raise funds through grant writing and building donor relations.  During April through to August,  Dana oversees the review of approximately 550 Sunshine Fund applications annually.
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Eve Goderis, Sunshine Fund Assistant

I’m Eve and this is my first summer working with the sunshine fund! I grew up in Swan Lake Manitoba and moved to Winnipeg in 2021. I am currently a student at the University of Manitoba and am in my fourth year of my Bachelor of Science degree. Having worked with children in the past I’m very excited to have another opportunity to give kids the ability to make lifelong memories at camp.

Contact Eve:
Office: 204.784.1130

Kayla Yakielashek, Community Outreach Coordinator

I was first introduced to the camp world when I attended aweekend retreat at Calvary Temple Camp 10 years ago. After spending the lastdecade working there, my love for camp has only continued to grow.


Having experienced the life changing power of camp myself, I’m passionate aboutsharing that experience with others. I am so excited for the opportunity towork with the team at the MCA and the Sunshine Fund to get more kids to camp.

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Rick Scherger, Communications and Marketing Coordinator 

Rick has always loved being a story teller. What better way to spend yor work day than to help send kids to camp and then to tell the story of the kid's that were able to go. A graduate of Creative Communications at Red River in 2005, Rick enjoys being diverse in his work and volunteer endeavours. 

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Kim Scherger, Executive DirectorK
im has a long history in the camp world and has been blessed to have worked the majority of her career in it.
First time at overnight camp wasn’t the best but trying again a couple years later and meeting new and old friends at camp each summer while learning new experiences and skills made her love what camp taught her and how camp made her feel. After volunteering then working summer jobs at camp, she was addicted to it. She then served as executive director at Luther Village camp in NW Ontario for 25 years until moving to MCA in February 2017. She loves the deep-seeded life learning camp gives to campers and staff and continues to enjoy many outdoor pursuits like cycling, hiking, paddling on a calm lake and ending a day gathering around a campfire solo, with family or friends.

Contact Kim:
Cell: 204.979.1749

Office: 204.784.1130

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