Ontario Central East Division

Ottawa Bethany Hope Centre Receives $8000 Donation


The Salvation Army’s Bethany Hope Centre in the Ottawa neighbourhood of Hintonburg has received a donation of $8,000 from the Ottawa International Airport Authority’s Project Clear Skies. The donation will be used to buy additional computers and printers for Bethany’s education and employment programs. The money will also be used to purchase a video camera which will be used as a learning tool, as well as a projector and screen for teaching purposes. Project Clear Skies which began in 2004, on the first anniversary of the airport’s new passenger terminal building, helps fund worthy community initiatives.


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