Children are precious in April (no foolin’)

Posted on Monday, April 1st, 2013 at 3:24 am

Sarah was quickly approaching 21 (the age when foster children no longer receive support – both financial and emotional from Children’s Aid). Concerned about how she would cope with the new responsibilities, Sarah’s Youth Worker signed her up for financial literacy training, provided through the generous support of Peel Children’s Aid Foundation’s donors. Through these workshops, Sarah learned about money matters; the different types of bank accounts, how to build a monthly budget and how to plan for larger expenses such as paying for post-secondary education. Now, Sarah is confident she will succeed on her own and is excited about her new life! This amazing illustration demonstrates the lengths that Peel Children’s Aid Society and it’s Foundation will – and do – go !

From wishart’s calendar-style Annual Report. People are lovin’ it.  : )



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