The Neil Squire Society had a little help this past week from a South Burnaby Secondary grade 12 student, Timothy.
The Neil Squire Society today announced that Vancity will be providing a $10,000 community project grant in support of the Society’s Computer Comfort Program for persons with physical disabilities.
Four high school students from Heritage Woods Secondary School toured the Neil Squire Society today and conducted an interview as part of a project for the Toskan Casale Foundation’s Youth and Philanthropy Initiative.
On Friday, February 17th, we welcomed Fairchild TV to our Assistive Technology Evaluation Centre where they film a half-hour segment for their television show “Magazine 26”.
Do you remember when you finished high school and all you could think was, what am I going to do with my life? Well, Canada offers an exciting volunteer program called Katimavik; allowing youth to explore and prepare for the professional world. It offers young people the chance to make a difference in Canadian communities and for themselves.