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Chan Nowosad Boates Chartered Accountants staff want to make a difference in the community. That’s why they decided to sponsor a child in KidStart. KidStart is a volunteer-based mentoring program offered by The John Howard Society of North Island.  This award-winning program connects vulnerable children and youth ages 6-18 with positive adult role models in Campbell River and the Comox Valley.  “The staff members at Chan Nowosad Boates are proud to support a program that provides mentoring and guidance to children in our community,” said Julie Chenard, a Chartered Accountant with the firm.   KidStart depends on donations, grants, and fundraising.  The staff team at Chan Nowosad Boates committed to a KidStart Champion Gold Sponsorship.  JHSNI is inviting other groups and individuals to take part in its KidStart Champions fundraising campaign.  Becoming a KidStart Champion is simple—you choose from three levels of monthly sponsorship (Gold = $100/month, Silver = $50, Bronze = $25). Gold covers the entire cost of a child’s participation in KidStart. After you have pledged to sponsor a KidStart child, you will receive a welcome package that includes details about KidStart and the child you are sponsoring.  Children’s identities are protected to maintain privacy. All donations will receive a charitable tax receipt. “We are thrilled that the staff at Chan Nowosad Boates have decided to pool individual monthly donations to add up to a KidStart Champion Gold Sponsorship,” said JHSNI Executive Director Wendy Richardson. “It’s a fantastic way to help out a local child.” JHSNI is encouraging sponsorships from individuals, workplaces, groups of friends, families, or other groups.  To find out more about becoming a KidStart Champion or Volunteer Mentor, call JHSNI at 250-286-0611 in Campbell River or 250-898-4842. Visit them on the web at www.jhsni.bc.ca/kidstartchampion - Photo submitted
Chan Nowosad Boates Chartered Accountants staff want to make a difference in the community. That’s why they decided to sponsor a child in KidStart. KidStart is a volunteer-based mentoring program offered by The John Howard Society of North Island. This award-winning program connects vulnerable children and youth ages 6-18 with positive adult role models in Campbell River and the Comox Valley. “The staff members at Chan Nowosad Boates are proud to support a program that provides mentoring and guidance to children in our community,” said Julie Chenard, a Chartered Accountant with the firm. KidStart depends on donations, grants, and fundraising. The staff team at Chan Nowosad Boates committed to a KidStart Champion Gold Sponsorship. JHSNI is inviting other groups and individuals to take part in its KidStart Champions fundraising campaign. Becoming a KidStart Champion is simple—you choose from three levels of monthly sponsorship (Gold = $100/month, Silver = $50, Bronze = $25). Gold covers the entire cost of a child’s participation in KidStart. After you have pledged to sponsor a KidStart child, you will receive a welcome package that includes details about KidStart and the child you are sponsoring. Children’s identities are protected to maintain privacy. All donations will receive a charitable tax receipt. “We are thrilled that the staff at Chan Nowosad Boates have decided to pool individual monthly donations to add up to a KidStart Champion Gold Sponsorship,” said JHSNI Executive Director Wendy Richardson. “It’s a fantastic way to help out a local child.” JHSNI is encouraging sponsorships from individuals, workplaces, groups of friends, families, or other groups. To find out more about becoming a KidStart Champion or Volunteer Mentor, call JHSNI at 250-286-0611 in Campbell River or 250-898-4842. Visit them on the web at www.jhsni.bc.ca/kidstartchampion
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Chan Nowosad Boates Chartered Accountants staff want to make a difference in the community.

That’s why they decided to sponsor a child in KidStart.

KidStart is a volunteer-based mentoring program offered by The John Howard Society of North Island.

This award-winning program connects vulnerable children and youth ages 6-18 with positive adult role models in Campbell River and the Comox Valley.

“The staff members at Chan Nowosad Boates are proud to support a program that provides mentoring and guidance to children in our community,” said Julie Chenard, a Chartered Accountant with the firm.

KidStart depends on donations, grants, and fundraising.

The staff team at Chan Nowosad Boates committed to a KidStart Champion Gold Sponsorship.

JHSNI is inviting other groups and individuals to take part in its KidStart Champions fundraising campaign.

Becoming a KidStart Champion is simple—you choose from three levels of monthly sponsorship (Gold = $100/month, Silver = $50, Bronze = $25). Gold covers the entire cost of a child’s participation in KidStart.

After you have pledged to sponsor a KidStart child, you will receive a welcome package that includes details about KidStart and the child you are sponsoring.

Children’s identities are protected to maintain privacy. All donations will receive a charitable tax receipt.

“We are thrilled that the staff at Chan Nowosad Boates have decided to pool individual monthly donations to add up to a KidStart Champion Gold Sponsorship,” said JHSNI Executive Director Wendy Richardson. “It’s a fantastic way to help out a local child.”

JHSNI is encouraging sponsorships from individuals, workplaces, groups of friends, families, or other groups.

To find out more about becoming a KidStart Champion or Volunteer Mentor, call JHSNI at 250-286-0611 in Campbell River or 250-898-4842.

Visit them on the web at www.jhsni.bc.ca/kidstartchampion

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