Chatham-Kent businesses & residents raise $107,992 to help local homeless population.
Posts Categorized: Success Stories
We know this year has unique challenges, but that makes our work as a United Way even more important. Together, $354,000 of the Social Service Relief Fund has been allocated to support food security.
The best part of being a student in the Autism Transition Classroom is all the skills our son has been able to work on. These skills are designed to help him reach his potential when he moves into a mainstream classroom in the future. Little things like classroom routines, participating in school photo day, completing… Read more »
The best part of being a student in the Autism Transition Classroom is all the skills our son has been able to work on, both academic and non-academic. One of the non-academic skills that he has learned has really benefitted our family. We often go for walks or bike rides as a family and it’s… Read more »
Our student nutrition program is an amazing program for all students. Our students can recharge with a healthy refreshing snack anytime during the school day. It’s a good feeling feeding these kids healthy food, hearing them excited for food they never tried before or liked. Exposure to healthy food and amongst peers is a great… Read more »