(Chatham, ONTARIO – 02/03/2023) – Handy Bros Home Comfort employees presented the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation with a donation for $20,500 in support of their Butterfly Building Campaign. Over the past year, employees made donations through payroll deductions and decided to give to the Foundation.
The Children’s Treatment Centre provides services to 1 in 5 children and youth in Chatham-Kent, with 1,300 children on a waiting list for services. The CTC-CK’s Butterfly Building Campaign will support building a more extensive, state-of-the-art facility to better accommodate the growing caseload.
“Our staff felt that getting involved with the CTC and the new build was good for our community.” says Mitch White from Handy Bros. “We are continually community focused and felt this was an important project to support.”
The CTC-CK is the only organization in Chatham-Kent with over 70 years of experience providing specialized, quality therapy to children and youth with special needs in our community. Collaboration from groups such as the Handy Bros ensures that the CTC-CK can continue helping Chatham-Kent children and youth participate in life to the fullest.
Pictured: Employees from Handy Bros Home Comfort present donation to Foundation President, Mike Genge.
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Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation
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