Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Trillium Gives Cash Out

Habitat for Humanity will utilize 138-thousand dollars to purchase vehicles, tools and equipment for the newly expanded Habitat for Humanity Re-store.  United Way Thunder Bay will use 149-thousand dollars over two years to hire a coordinator.  25-thousand dollars is going to the Ontario Trails Council to hire a project facilitator who will help get the recreational trail in the Thunder Bay area off the ground.  Meanwhile, the local Francophone community will use 67-thousand dollars to recruit and train volunteers.  Several Thunder Bay area organizations are receiving money from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. Fort Severn First Nation is using 15-thousand dollars to build a swim, kayak, and canoe area for the community.