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Home Depot Coquitlam Supports Tri-City Transitions

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The Home Depot Store in Coquitlam was a major contributor to the success of the Canada-wide Orange Door Project Holiday Campaign in 2020, helping the Home Depot Canada Foundation to raise over $1.2 million that was disbursed to over 125 charities across Canada.  Tri-City Transitions was one of those charities.  We were very pleased to receive $4,940 to put towards the critically important services and support we provide in the Tri-Cities Region to assist families, women, children, youth and men dealing with abuse, domestic violence, homelessness and life-skills.  Home Depot Canada Foundation has also pledged $50 million by 2022 to improve housing options and support of life-skills development programs for youth. Pictured here is the Assistant Manager of the Coquitlam Home Depot, Clark Boysen, presenting a cheque to Carol Metz Murray, Executive Director of Tri-City Transitions Society for $4,940.85. 

Special thanks to Home Depot for their outstanding support.