Delta Community Foundation representatives visited Reach Child and Youth Development Society during Mental Illness Awareness Week with a generous contribution to support children and youth with complex needs.
This funding assists vulnerable families to receive critical counselling mental health support. Learn about all the programs Reach offers to families at www.reachchild.org.
“On behalf of the Delta Community Foundation, president Gail Martin and grants committee chair Ammen Dhillon, are pleased to present this $5,000 grant to Reach to be used towards specialized counselling for families raising children with special needs. Reach and the Delta Community Foundation both have a long tradition of supporting Delta citizens and we are thrilled to be able to continue this partnership.”
Delta Community Foundation director Carlene Lewell was also present for the cheque presentation at Reach children’s development centre and provided background on how the “charity for charities” has returned $1.2 million to the community through grants, bursaries and scholarships since 1986.
The Delta Community Foundation aims to support people and organizations in North Delta, Ladner and Tsawwassen who are dedicated to making Delta a better place.
Learn more at https://deltafoundation.org/.