What is Spread the Cheer?
Welcome to Spread the Cheer, our annual holiday campaign that brings joy and warmth to the season. It's a time when our company unites to make a significant impact on the lives of others. This year, we're excited to continue supporting Honour Secondary School, operated by Pacific Community Resources Society (PCRS), providing assistance to young people facing unique challenges.
Our contributions will once again fund holiday food hampers and the transformative high school recreational ski program for Honour Secondary School students. This ski program goes beyond the slopes, offering warm winter clothing, improving attendance, building new skills, and fostering valuable relationships among the students. Additionally, our donations will ensure that these young individuals and their families are fed throughout the holidays and into the New Year, impacting 150 people.
As we celebrate a year of accomplishments at the Radius Group, Spread the Cheer is our chance to extend our resources beyond our company walls. With a campaign goal of $10,000 and a company match for every dollar contributed, we're aiming to spark possibilities for these young individuals and their families this holiday season. Join us in making a difference; every dollar you donate will be matched, doubling the impact of your generosity. Together, let's make this holiday season truly special for those who deserve our support.
100% of proceeds go to supporting youth at PCRS.
Hear from Erin Harvie herself, Manager of Youth Services at PCRS, on what the Spread the Cheer Campaign means to her and the youths.
Check out this video made by PCRS for Radius, highlighting the impact we've made last year, with your generous donations.
Hear from your colleagues at Radius on what Spread The Cheer means to them!
The Power of Experience
“The impact of an experience can truly last a lifetime. This is the gift we are giving these kids, the experience of a lifetime and opening their eyes to new possibilities and most of all, fun!”
“I made lots of poor decisions as a teenager – things could have turned out differently for me. I understand what it feels like to be written off and told “you won’t amount to anything”. My family couldn’t afford to provide experiences for all of us kids but one time my dad took me skiing. it was the most amazing time of my life, and I will always cherish that memory. I believe every child should live out a dream even if it is spending a day skiing in the mountains with someone who cares about you”.
The Power of Opportunity
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