Aviva Community Fund - The children of Clarence-Rockland need your votes

  CLARENCE-ROCKLAND — September 25, 2018 – The City of Clarence-Rockland is proud that its Hammond Barrier-Free Park project was retained by the Aviva Community Fund. The objective of this contest is to fund initiatives that bring people together as well as create a positive change within the community.

The Hammond Barrier-Free Park project proposes to build accessible structures to give all children a place to play and members of the community with disabilities a space to move independently and safely. Three $100,000 prizes will be awarded to projects that bring people together and that also have long-lasting impacts.

Our community can make a notable difference in the quality of life of children and people with disabilities. Everyone that registers to the Aviva Community Fund website receives 10 votes. You are invited to visit the Hammond Barrier-Free Park page at https://www.avivacommunityfund.org/voting/project/view/18-269,to register and to use your 10 votes for this project. Don’t forget to promote the Hammond Barrier-Free Park on your social media in order to reach as many people as possible.

The children and citizens of Clarence-Rockland thank you for your participation.


Information :

Julie Chartrand

Communications Officer

613.446.6022 ext. 2227