The Kitchener Rangers and Rangers Reach donate $100,000 to The KidsAbility Foundation
Kitchener, ON – The Kitchener Rangers, in partnership with Rangers Reach, proudly announce a significant contribution of $100,000 to the KidsAbility Foundation. This collaborative effort will fund a new therapy room at KidsAbility’s new site in Kitchener. This will help ensure that children and youth with disabilities in this community are provided with a welcoming and accessible environment in which they will receive essential and exceptional pediatric health care, therapy services, and programs.
The longstanding relationship between the Kitchener Rangers and KidsAbility dates to 2011 when the Rangers made a notable contribution to the construction of a KidsAbility site in Kitchener. Since then, the Rangers and Rangers Reach have continued to support KidsAbility’s mission to help children and youth reach their communication, social, physical, and behavioral goals each year.
This donation is a result of the great support from Rangers Nation and your generous contributions to Rangers Reach through programs like 50/50 on game days. Rangers Reach and the Kitchener Rangers thank you for helping support our community.
KidsAbility provides exceptional family-centred pediatric care in person and with technology in the most responsive ways to support over 17,000 children and youth yearly to reach their communication, developmental, or behavioural goals.
Through our commitment to family-centred care, we support children and youth from birth to age 21 and their families to navigate the entire journey from childhood to adulthood with therapy rehabilitation, resources, coaching and skills to become stronger and more resilient.
For more information on KidsAbility, contact:
Elaine Tustin | Communications Manager
519.886.8886 ext. 1298 | [email protected]