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Firefighters’ annual Harvest Fest raises almost $31,000 for Reach

The Delta Firefighters Charitable Foundation’s recent Harvest Festival raised almost $31,000 for the Reach Child and Youth Development Society.
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Renie D’Aquila and Kristin Bibbs of Reach accept a $30,911 cheque from Kristy Storey (with daughter Brooklyn), John Burr, Jarrod Burr and Dave Mason of the Delta Firefighters Charitable Foundation.

The Delta Firefighters Charitable Foundation’s recent Harvest Festival raised almost $31,000 for the Reach Child and Youth Development Society. 

The money will go to the society’s Building for Children Together campaign that is constructing a community-based child development centre in the heart of Ladner.

John Burr, Kristy Storey, Dave Mason and Jarrod Burr presented a cheque for $30,911 from the Delta Firefighters Charitable Foundation outside the new Lois E. Jackson Kinsmen Centre for Children currently under construction.

“We’re proud and honoured to support Reach Society and we’re happy to be part of the Reach family,” said Burr, the foundation’s president.

Reach executive director Renie D’Aquila applauded the Delta firefighters for all their hard work on the Harvest Festival that raised $106,911 to benefit Reach, the Blue Skies Project and the Community Initiative Fund.

The $30,911 contribution to Reach helps finalize construction of the child development centre adjacent to the Ladner Pioneer Library.

Once complete, the three-storey centre will serve as a place of learning and belonging for children with special needs and their families, providing therapy and counselling rooms, youth program areas, specialized lending libraries, an inclusive pre-school with accessible playground, and expanded event space for municipal, business and community use.

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