In January 2012, five organizations, Neil Squire Society, The Disability Foundation, BC Paraplegic Association, BC Wheelchair Sports, and the BC Wheelchair Basketball Society, came together to build on their relationships and utilize each other’s resources to be able to assist people living with a spinal cord injury.
Coast Capital Savings has continued their support of the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability Program in British Columbia for the fourth consecutive year by contributing $10,000.
The Neil Squire Society today announced that TD Bank Group will be providing $50,000 of funding over two years to support and enhance the distance learning component of its Employ-Ability Program, a national pre-employment/employment program for people with physical disabilities.
Last week our Computer Comfort Program received a little bit of extra help thanks to an intern named Isaiah, a secondary school student from Burnaby, British Columbia.
Recently, staff from the Neil Squire Society’s Atlantic region attended the Petitcodiac Community Connections event. This event, which took place at Petitcodiac Regional School, was a chance for businesses, organizations, clubs, and other service groups to come together to showcase what they have to offer the community.