PTCB has partnered with Victoria Bootcamp to produce audio workouts blind people can do at home. These workouts are particularly timely as many people have begun working out at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. You can find them on theVictoria Bootcamp website.Victoria
Elizabeth was recently interviewed by the Goldstream Gazette for an article about the PTCB and how it is coping with the pandemic. You can read the article on the Goldstream Gazette website.
This week, we gratefully acknowledge the support of Braille Literacy Canada. Braille Literacy Canada has been a long-time supporter of the work that PTCB does. Most recently, they have been sending several of our students Braille starter kits that will greatly enhance their Braille learning experiences.
We would like to thank ICONIX Waterworks for their generous contribution of $2,000.
We would like to acknowledge the ongoing financial support of the Gordon Head Chevron Group, who generously donated $500 this year.
We gratefully acknowledge the $10,000 donation from Elements Casino. In the video, Elizabeth Lalonde, PTCB’s Executive Director, receives the cheque on behalf of the organization from Elements Casino. The video is credited to Chek News.
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada’s Federal Emergency Community Support Fund (ECSF), distributed through the Victoria Foundation and United Way Greater Victoria (UWGV).
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the United Way Greater Victoria Local Love in a Global Crisis Fund.
We gratefully acknowledge the financial support of the City of Victoria through the City of Victoria’s Strategic Plan Grant.
“We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Education, as well as the Times Colonist Literacy Society.