Stutters lends helping hand

Kelowna company makes large donation to help with with diverse abilities in the Central Okanagan

Stutters is supporting the community and a group that helps people with diverse-abilities in the community.

Pathways Abilities Society would like to graciously thank Keith and Loretta Stutters of Stutters Disaster Klean-up and the Gloria Di Dio Foundation for their very generous $25,000 donation to our not-for-profit society.

“We were very fortunate to be a recipient of their philanthropic giving and their commitment to helping and supporting their community. Pathways Abilities Society has been providing services to people with diverse-abilities since 1953 and current serves over 200 individuals and their families through employment, activity services and residential supports,” stated Pathways in an email to the Capital News.

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