By Erin McLaughlin
Vancouver, British Columbia — January 2, 2018 — Color Compass started the new year by improving the lives of local children. The company recently made a $28,000 donation to the British Columbia Children’s Hospital Foundation (BCCHF). Color Compass supplied $25,000, while a customer, professional services partner and member of senior management topped off the donation with an extra $3,000.
Rob Neale, President and C.O.O, Color Compass, commented: “The British Columbia Children’s hospital does such great work in the province, providing care and hope for children when they need it most. The facility really does set itself apart by creating a brighter atmosphere for the kids and their families. We feel very fortunate that we were able to make this donation.”
Funds raised by the BCCHF are used to support the British Columbia Children’s Hospital and the Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children.
The donation was presented in person at the British Columbia Children’s Hospital. Members of Color Compass were given a tour of the hospital’s new wing, which features interactive games, and is designed to add a brighter, more playful atmosphere for patients and their families. Color Compass is doing its part to ensure a brighter future for British Columbia’s children.