Eight weeks working ‘pro bono’ with a charity
- June 22, 2019
- Posted by: The-Distributor
- Category: Uncategorized, We Help Charities
Our founder, Dave himself has volunteered and worked for many charities over the last couple decades. From Missing Children’s Society of Canada to Big Brother’s back when it was called that, to food banks and more. It’s important to give when you can. “I’ve relied on food banks back in the day” says Dave. “Things weren’t always roses”.
If you represent a charity organization, contact us today and we’ll be glad to work out some time to volunteer to those who qualify. Unfortunately we can’t help everyone but we’ll do our best to help in any way we can. We urge our clients and everyone in general to take advantage of the great feeling of helping those less fortunate.
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