Developmental Services Worker Students Raise Money for Charity
Chatham, Ontario - Students in the Developmental Services Worker (DSW) program at Thames Campus kicked off the year with a "We Inspire" themed workshop and followed it up with a cheque presentation of $500.00 to the Chatham-Kent Special Population Program.

The students in the DSW Club worked hard holding a colour run, bake sale and wheelchair races to benefit the charity of their choice.

The Special Population program provides special events and services for youth and adults with disabilities. The community outreach program is designed to keep people active, socialize with others, and improve their sense of well-being. They work to help build self-esteem and independence in a safe and comfortable setting. Cindy McFadden, Director of the program said the funds will be used to create a Lego program and to purchase a remote control vehicle for the program.

Check presented to CK Special Population program
$500 check presented to the Chatham-Kent Special Population Program.
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