St Ignatius Students Donate $15,000 to Thunder Bay Counselling Centre U-Turn Program

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Thunder Bay Counselling Centre hits high note
Thunder Bay Counselling Centre hits high note
Thunder Bay Counselling Centre hits high note
Thunder Bay Counselling Centre hits high note Rose Migliazza from the Thunder Bay District School Board and Director of the musical, Nancy Chamberlain from Thunder Bay Counselling Centre, Marina Read from Children’s Centre Thunder Bay & Christine Vita from St. Joseph’s Care Group

THUNDER BAY – LIVING – St. Ignatius High School have  announced that $15,000 which was raised from the production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat will be donated to Thunder Bay Counselling Centre’s U-Turn program.

“U-Turn is incredibly thankful for the generosity of St. Ignatius students and administration who made this unbelievable donation possible,” said Executive Director, Nancy Chamberlain upon receiving the good news.

Chamberlain would go on to discuss how inspiring it is to see local students use their talents to put on an amazing production that in turn, assists a youth initiative.

The proceeds from the five-day musical will support young people who want to make positive changes in their lives. U-Turn programs and services are offered through collaboration with Thunder Bay Counselling Centre, Children’s Centre Thunder Bay and St. Joseph’s Care Group. This network of community support agencies specializes in mental health and substance use treatment and offer access to counselling, advice,education, support and information to address a range of issues.

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