Vancouver Career College students, instructors, and staff are showing their support for an organization working to improve the lives of troubled youth in the Lower Mainland.
The Kateslem Youth Society provides after-school and breakfast programs for school-aged children in the Tri-Cities area. This summer Vancouver Career College campuses raised $300 through bake and pancake sales to support the organization’s good work.
“Our students and staff were eager to take part in this fundraiser to support the Kateslem Youth Society. It was a wonderful opportunity to give back to the community and support a good cause,” says Monica Grewal, a campus director at Vancouver Career College.
“Our mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable children and youth by providing a safe, caring, and consistent environment for them to learn and grow in. We are grateful for this support from our friends at Vancouver Career College,” says Robin Pilchak, a Vancouver Career College Social Services Worker program graduate now working for the Kateslem Youth Society.
Learn more about the Kateslem Youth Society at kateslem.com.