Ridley Terminals’ Michelle Bryant-Gravelle

RTI, employees fund more hours for P.A.C.E.S. HUB

Ridley Terminals and its employees have stepped forward to help youth education in the community.

Ridley Terminals and its employees have stepped forward to help youth education in the community.

Both cheques from new partner Ridley Terminals (RTI) and the RTI Community Fund total $8,200 and will help the P.A.C.E.S. HUB, located at Ecole Roosevelt Park Community School, run extended hours on Saturdays as a space for parents and children to gather to play and be participate in activities such as financial literacy training, parenting workshops, resume writing, sewing classes and more.

“Success by 6 was able to fund a pilot project last year from January to June to see if Saturdays would be a good fit for the HUB. Many families in our community took advantage,” said Kate Toye of Success by 6.

“Thanks to RTI and the RTI Employee Community Fund extended hours are now a reality.”

Connect with the HUB at 250-627-8987 or on Facebook at Paces HUB.

 

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