Shot on location at St. Alban’s Boys & Girls Club in downtown Toronto, Canada we featured Shawn Burgess and his thoughts on the impact of these donations on behalf of our corporate client. Boys & Girls Club was able to transform its computer lab, offices, and shared spaces through our work together.
“Working with Green Standards again has allowed us to have a great space for children and youth to come in and to manage. We can now focus some of that energy and time and money towards more meaningful tangible things for our participants within our programs. The donation has revitalized our space and transformed it.”
St. Alban’s Boys & Girls Club
St. Alban’s Boy & Girls Club
A Good Place To Be
St. Alban’s Boys and Girls Club was founded in 1949 and serves over 2000 members a year at our founding clubhouse plus 1000 more in 18 satellite sites including locations in three United Way identified priority neighbourhoods.
Passionate, well trained staff and volunteers lead a diverse range of programs and services such as daycare, early years programs, after school programs, sports and recreation programs, youth leadership programs, summer camp, aquatic lessons, tutoring, mentoring, arts programs, employment readiness programs and more.
At St. Alban’s, they strive to maintain and strengthen core services to children and youth while growing to meet the varied and changing needs of our communities.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada (BGCC) is a leading provider of quality after school and out-of-school programs to children and youth that support the healthy physical, educational and social development of more than 200,000 young people and their families in Canada each year.
About Green Standards
Capturing Value In Workplace Change
Green Standards has spent the last decade developing rigorous practices and global networks that deliver optimal value from workplace decommissioning. Our enterprise program measures and maximizes ESG performance while virtually eliminating landfill waste. A partner to the world’s largest organizations, Green Standards enables the efficient and ethical redistribution of furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E) during times of workplace change.
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