Kiwanis add to building fund

Jul 16 • Feature Story, LifeNo Comments on Kiwanis add to building fund

From left, Chuck Scott, President of the Kiwanis Club of Chatham-Kent; Lisa Caron, CTC Foundation; and Austin Hadlock, Chair of the club’s bingo committee, celebrate the donation of $15,000 from the Kiwanis Club to the treatment centre’s Butterfly Building Campaign.

$15,000 donation to the Butterfly Campaign

The Kiwanis Club of Chatham-Kent gave the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation $15,000 on Thursday to put towards the Butterfly Building Campaign.

This initial $15,000 of the organization’s $25,000 commitment consists of fundraising from their Crepe Dinner, Riverview Gaming Centre bingo efforts and personal donations from club members.

The Children’s Treatment Centre needs to build to better serve its growing caseload and the needs of the children and families in Chatham-Kent. The new facility will feature a new gym, rooms dedicated to therapy, an updated pool to be used by clients and the community and more offices for staff and charting.

The centre will also be fully compliant with Ontario’s accessibility standards.

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