ACT donates in Kelowna to BrainTrust

The helmet program is to decease preventable brain injuries through helmet compliance.

ACT/UCT director Dave Roseberry (left)

ACT (Associated Commercial Travelers) presented a cheque for $5,000 to BrainTrust to fund helmets for local youth. ACT/UCT director Dave Roseberry (left), BrainTrust Canada director of communications Magda Kapp, Kelowna city councillor Maxine Dehart and Keith Preece, president of ACT/UCT Kelowna West Council #1003 were on hand at Quigley Elementary School on May 25, declared Helmet Safety Day by the City of Kelowna.

The goal of the helmet program is to decease preventable brain injuries through helmet compliance The program includes education on the importance of  Wearing  Helmets to prevent brain injury.

This BrainTrust Canada program is in partnership with, ACT/UCT Kelowna West Council #1003 and supported by School District #23, RCMP and their Bike Squad and City of Kelowna By Laws and their Bike Squad who patrol the streets interacting with youth throughout the year.


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