Mirrors Students To Support Tomorrow’s Voices

June 4, 2015

Students in the Mirrors Programme Cohort 10 will hold a Community Family Fete on Saturday, 6 June to support Tomorrow’s Voices —Bermuda’s Autism Early Intervention Centre.

Mirrors Committed Partner Manager, Jeanene Todd said, “Cohort 10 began in November 2014 and consist of students aged 15 to 19 years. As part of their curriculum, the students selected an organization to support as a community service project.

“After meeting with representatives from Tomorrow’s Voices, they chose to assist this very worthy cause. Their goal is to raise $5,000 through the event on Saturday and additional school fundraisers.”

Ms. Todd added, “The community fun fete will take place at T.N. Tatem Middle School in Warwick. The students have planned many activities for families to enjoy including a table tennis tournament, fun castle, face painting, arts and crafts, games and a car and bike wash. All funds raised will be donated to Tomorrow’s Voices and Mirrors Programme is a register charity #947.”

For more information or to register for the table tennis tournament, contact 294-9291 or mirrors@gov.bm.

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