City of Surrey employees give back through Day of Caring

A few nice daycare costs images I found:

City of Surrey employees give back through Day of Caring
daycare costs
Image by United Way of the Lower Mainland
On Monday May 31, 2010, a group of City of Surrey employees gave their all back into the community as they have done annually for The Vancouver Sun United Way Day of Caring.

This year they planted a vegetable garden for the South Fraser Women’s Services Society. SFWSS partners with the community to provide resources, programs and support to improve the lives of women and their families.

The garden that the city volunteers planted, will be able to provide women with fresh vegetables and help offset the cost to their Hot lunch Program.

Later in the week a new batch of city volunteers moves into another neighbourhood in their Surrey community: Oak Avenue Neighbourhood Hub Society.

There the city employees will be cleaning a daycare playground, preparing it for the summer, refilling the bark mulch, and putting down landscape fabric.

Hats off to this dedicated team of city hall employees, librarians, firefighters, engineers, parks and rec folks. They are not afraid to get their hands dirty in order to help their neighbours.

The Vancouver Sun United Way Day of Caring is a unique opportunity for employees in the workplace to come together, develop team-building skills and make a difference in our community by taking part in one-day work projects at Metro Vancouver not-for-profit social service agencies.

www.uwlm.ca/default.htm

City of Surrey employees give back through Day of Caring
daycare costs
Image by United Way of the Lower Mainland
On Monday May 31, 2010, a group of City of Surrey employees gave their all back into the community as they have done annually for The Vancouver Sun United Way Day of Caring.

This year they planted a vegetable garden for the South Fraser Women’s Services Society. SFWSS partners with the community to provide resources, programs and support to improve the lives of women and their families.

The garden that the city volunteers planted, will be able to provide women with fresh vegetables and help offset the cost to their Hot lunch Program.

Later in the week a new batch of city volunteers moves into another neighbourhood in their Surrey community: Oak Avenue Neighbourhood Hub Society.

There the city employees will be cleaning a daycare playground, preparing it for the summer, refilling the bark mulch, and putting down landscape fabric.

Hats off to this dedicated team of city hall employees, librarians, firefighters, engineers, parks and rec folks. They are not afraid to get their hands dirty in order to help their neighbours.

The Vancouver Sun United Way Day of Caring is a unique opportunity for employees in the workplace to come together, develop team-building skills and make a difference in our community by taking part in one-day work projects at Metro Vancouver not-for-profit social service agencies.

www.uwlm.ca/default.htm