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Help keep foster children safe with your donation to KCTS 9

During this important season of giving, KCTS 9 is partnering with Aunt Leah’s Place in support of their important programs that benefit Canadian families and foster youth.

This unique partnership gives KCTS 9 supporters an opportunity to champion two essential organizations with one charitable gift:  you’ll provide hot meals, life skills and socialization for youth from foster care while supporting the KCTS 9 programs you rely on.

 

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For three decades Aunt Leah’s has followed a simple approach. By providing comprehensive services – including housing, counselling, meals, life skill development, education and employment opportunities – Aunt Leah’s helps young people from foster care realize their potential and become independent adults connected to the community. This work is an important part of preventing homelessness for young people and families throughout British Columbia.

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When you make a financial contribution of $150 or more, simply opt-in by selecting “Aunt Leah’s” from the Featured Gifts section of the KCTS 9 donor form.  A portion of your donation will automatically be designated for Aunt Leah’s and they will receive your charitable gift to provide in support of their programs.

The need is great.  Join KCTS as we support the crucial services provided by Aunt Leah’s Place. Your end-of-year gift will create stories of hope, perseverance and triumph for at-risk youth throughout British Columbia.

Thank you for supporting what you love.

 

About Aunt Leah’s Place:

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Aunt Leah's Place  helps kids in foster care and young mothers achieve a better future by providing guidance, supported housing, job training and coaching on essential life skills. Their primary belief is that every individual deserves to feel safe, cared for, and have a sense of belonging.  They offer care and continuity for youth whose lives are marked by abuse, neglect, abandonment and multiple foster home placements, with services that help them become resilient, independent adults.



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