Khalsa Credit Union recently donated $7,000 to the Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation. Accepting the cheque for the foundation are Shannon White (far left), Jason Lesage (fourth from left), Taylor Barr (second from right) and Lisa Healy (far right). Presenting the cheque are (from left) Kulwant Bansi, Harloveleen Dhillon, Baljinder Brar and Himmat Sidhu.

Khalsa Credit Union donates $7,000 for two youth mental-health programs

Funds donated to Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation

Khalsa Credit Union recently made a $7,000 donation to the Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation (FVHCF).

The funds go towards two regional mental health programs for youth: the Adolescent Day Treatment Program and the Early Psychosis Intervention Program.

The FVHCF supports local and health care services within the Fraser Valley Regional Hospital District, which includes Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Hope, Kent/Agassiz and Mission.

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