By Rogers Communications on February 23, 2021.
Rogers Communications has announced it has awarded a Ted Rogers Community Grant to 5th on 5th Youth Services in Lethbridge for $10,000.
“At 5th on 5th Youth Services, we strive to help youth to become capable, caring and contributing members of our community,” said Trevor Brown, Executive Director, 5th on 5th Youth Services. “The value of this grant will go beyond this year and will continue to benefit many youth for years to come!”
The grants go to organizations that are making a difference in the lives of thousands of local youth. Rogers has provided more than $1 million in grants to 70 organizations in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba since the program launched in 2017.
“As organizations across our region continue to face challenges due to the pandemic, support from Ted Rogers Community grants are helping them provide critical programs for youth in our communities,” said Larry Goerzen, President of Alberta and Prairies Region, Rogers Communications. “This year, that support is more important than ever before, and we are proud to help the next generation of youth achieve their dreams and potential.”
Other Alberta organizations that are receiving grants include the Canada Sports Hall of Fame in Calgary ($25,000), CAREERS: The Next Generation in Edmonton ($15,000), Centre for Sexuality (Calgary,$15,000), Closer to Home Community Services (Calgary, $15,000), and Pride Centre of Edmonton ($10,000).