TransLink is proud to be supporting this year’s Raise-a-Reader program on Wednesday, September 24!
Ian Jarvis (TransLink CEO), Fred Cummings ( TransLink VP, Engineering and Infrastructure Management), Colleen Brennan (TransLink VP, Communications and Customer Engagement), and Neil Dubord (Transit Police Chief) will all be volunteering their time to hand out special editions of the Vancouver Sun in exchange for donations.
They will be out and about at Waterfront Station from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. – rain or shine!
Wednesday, September 24
7 a.m. to 9 a.m.
Corner of Seymour and Cordova Street
TransLink and Coast Mountain Bus Company office employees are also voluntarily supporting this annual literacy event. They’re doing this by donating their favourite books to help promote this important event. TransLink is part of a month-long youth book donation drive in support of literacy programs and non-profit organizations throughout the region. Books will be donated when the drive ends in mid-October.
Stop by Waterfront Station tomorrow, say ‘hello’, grab a free paper, and help support literacy among young people and their families!
Author: Allen Tung