TORONTO, May 8, 2012 /CNW/ - The Trinity Global Support Foundation (TGSF) will be opening its first "Centre of Hope" at the City of Toronto's Falstaff Community Centre on the afternoon of May 9th.
Centres of Hope are community learning centres with free access to computers and subscriptions to A Community Learning Network (ALCN) portal where individuals of all ages will have free access to some of the most in-demand educational materials offered online.
|When:||Wednesday, May 9 @ 4:00 p.m.|
|Where:||Falstaff Community Centre, 50 Falstaff Avenue, Toronto|
|| U. Joe Fontana, President, Trinity Global Support Foundation
Patrick Shaw, Community Recreation Coordinator, Falstaff Community Centre
The Trinity Global Support Foundation is a Registered Canadian Charity dedicated to assisting in the relief of poverty and to support children and youth programs. The purpose of TGSF's Centre of Hope project is to help at-risk youth and disenfranchised young adults obtain the skills required in order to find rewarding employment opportunities.
The Falstaff Community Centre serves children of all ages to seniors to the City of Toronto's Jane and Finch area, which is a noted high risk area of the City.
For further information:
Jennifer Klein - (416) 508-7387