UPS Canada contributes more than $1 Million to Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada

TORONTO, April 26, 2017 /CNW/ - On Friday, April 21, UPS Canada presented a cheque of $200,000 CAD on behalf of The UPS Foundation to the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada (BGCC) at the East Scarborough Club.  Since 2010, UPS Canada has partnered with BGCC to fund the UPS Road Code® program, a global sponsored safe driving program taught by UPS volunteers and based on the company's safe driving methods. This year's grant brings UPS Canada's total contributions to over $1 million and helped more than 1,300 youth graduate from the UPS Road Code program across the country.

In this photo from left to right Dan Shea, vice-president of human resources for UPS Canada, Sean Harsana, comprehensive health & safety process supervisor for UPS Canada, Lauren Daniel, learning & development, employee community relations supervisor for UPS Canada, Ali Rahimi, community relations specialist for UPS Canada and Mathieu Chantelois, vice-president of marketing & development for Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada.

SOURCE UPS Canada Ltd.

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