Adults with disabilities who have low literacy will benefit from a federally funded project aimed at expanding access to literacy and essential skills training.
Coast Capital Savings has donated $5,000 which will support the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability program.
The Neil Squire Society is pleased with the recent the Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission (new window)(CRTC) ruling on the accessibility of Telecommunications and Broadcasting Services which addresses a range of important issues.
RBC Foundation has donated $20,000 which will support the Neil Squire Society’s Employ-Ability program on a national level, marking the second year in a row of support from them.
The 25th anniversary celebration of the Neil Squire Society on December 3, 2009 was a huge success.