Hamilton, Ontario — January 27, 2016 — Big Brothers Big Sisters has recently announced the donation of a 2012 Chrysler Town and Country van, courtesy of CARSTAR. The van is fully wrapped in Big Brothers Big Sisters branding and will be used to transport youth to community functions and agency programs, and will also be used for special events.
“Big Brothers Big Sisters new van will open so many doors for our agency such as enabling us to provide more efficient access to programming for our youth and to effectively promote our agency within the community,” says Shari Lynn Ladanchuk, President & CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters.
CARSTAR Mississauga 401, CARSTAR Hawkestone and CARSTAR Express Dundas collaborated to put togethter the donation of the van to Big Brothers Big Sisters.
“The programs and services offered by Big Brothers Big Sisters are so important to the Peel community,” says Jeff Moriarty, CARSTAR Canada Regional Development Manager. “Canada, our franchise partners and employees are proud to support organizations such as Big Brothers Big Sisters in any way we can. The van donation seemed like a perfect fit and we are excited to see it driving around the community.”
Big Brothers Big Sisters is a mentoring organization for youth from 6 to 17. The Peel Region chapter provides mentoring and supportive relationships to 1,650 children and youth, helping to inspire and empower them to realize their full potential. For more information on Big Brothers Big Sisters, please visit bbbspeel.com.