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Coast Capital Savings recently awarded a $10,000 grant to Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives (RCRG). The funding will support RCRG’s Leadership Richmond – Youth Now program, which gives young adults an opportunity to serve on a non-profit board of directors. Staff at the Coast Capital Savings’ Broadmoor Branch presented the cheque to RCRG’s Ed Gavsie (right). Photo submitted
Brandon and Arron Reyes were recognized by Mayor Malcolm Brodie at the awards for the summer literacy program at Richmond Public Library. Photo submitted
Palmer secondary’s Liberty Club students put up multiple booths at train stations to sell Krispy Kremes in aid of BC Children’s Hospital, raising an impressive $3,700. Photo submitted
Sharon Kennedy, of the Richmond Hospital Foundation, received a cheque for $10,000 from the Henry Lee, Rotary Club of Richmond president and the club’s members, after their annual Lunar New Year fundraising dinner. Photo submitted
The Vancouver Subaru Club organized multiple events throughout the year, raising $4,000 in the process for Ronald Mcdonald House BC. Photo submitted
A crew from Richmond’s RCMSAR Station 10 received an award for the ‘top mission’ of the year from the JRCC (joint rescue coordination centre). Pictured (from second left) are Kelvin Lui, Ben Clark, Tatiana (TJ) Pacheco and Aaron Harnden. Photo submitted