Stollery, BC Interior Community foundations offer big help to Big Bear

In partnership with The Stollery Charitable Foundation, the BC Interior Community Foundation presented a grant of $7,995 to Tara Ettinger of the Big Bear Child & Youth Advocacy Centre.

The funding will support essential improvements to the agency’s new location, including a lobby renovation. The Big Bear Child & Youth Advocacy Centre’s mission is to provide a collaborative response to child/youth maltreatment through advocacy, intervention and continued support in a child-friendly environment.

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In the photo, from left: Spencer and Janet Bryson of The Stollery Charitable Foundation, Tara Ettinger of the Child & Youth Advocacy Centre and Darlene Iadarola of the BC Interior Community Foundation.

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