FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, January 15th, 2018
Toronto

Inclusion has a new home!
Reach is excited to share this important evening of disability learning and advocacy, and share our recreation model of integration training with the community of Regent Park. Reach (formerly Reach for the Rainbow) announces their grand opening on Tuesday, January 16 to the Regent Park community. It will be the first chance to see Reach’s new location and hear about exciting upcoming initiatives in recreation and sport, all while in support of families with children with disabilities and the program partners who deliver these inclusive opportunities.

“Much like the informed design of our new neighbourhood”, said Reach Executive Director Dawn MacDonald, “Reach has spent the last 30 years designing and delivering a recreation inclusion model that is centered around family and community.” Reach’s mandate is that every child and youth, regardless of ability, should have full and equal access to quality inclusive recreation, sport and art programs within their own community. On January 16th, a passionate group of recreational community leaders, families and supporters of inclusion opportunities for children with disabilities will come together to celebrate just that!

Date: Tuesday, January 16, 6:00pm – 8:30pm
Location: 563 Dundas Street East, Suite #201, Toronto.
Guest Speakers 7pm: City Councillor Ward 28 Lucy Troisi, Chair of the Reach Board of Directors Professor Kathleen Stewart, The Daniels Corporation Manager of Community Partnerships, Heela Omarkhail, Reach parent and advocate Nikki Gore, and Executive Director of Reach Dawn MacDonald.
Photo Opportunities: 6:45pm Executive Director Dawn MacDonald and Reach parent and Autism advocate Nikki Gore with government representatives
Light Refreshments will be served.

Download PDF of this Press Release here.

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About Reach…
Reach is a not-for-profit organization that supports essential, barrier free services connecting over 550 children and youth with disabilities to inclusive recreation, sport and art opportunities in their own communities. Reach has 34 partners, 66 program streams and 88 sites for children across the province. Reach has chosen Regent Park as their community.

Contact: Jennifer Jeynes, Manager of Communications, Reach
jjeynes@reachforinclusion.ca / 416-721-1816

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563 Dundas St. East, Suite 201
Toronto, Ontario M5A 2B7
Tel: 416-503-0088
Fax: 416-503-0485
info@reachforinclusion.ca

REACH is a registered non-profit organization
(#11911 1748 RR0001).
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