Girls with disabilities benefit from generosity of Telus

Josh Dueck and Brangwen Mooney from Telus present Girls Club director Bree Cawley (centre) with an unexpected Christmas gift of a community grant cheque for $9,000.

Girls Club is a social group for girls who have any type of neuro/developmental differences. The club has grown to more than 130 members across Vancouver, Richmond, Surrey, Burnaby and the North Shore.

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Up until now the group has been 100 per cent self-funded. Moving forward, the grant will help  expand the reach of the club. ingirlsclub.com

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