Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary Interconnect Club vice president Jaideen Rawlings and president Alisha Walia (centre) present a $750 cheque to representatives of Coast Cottage Mental Health.

Helping the helpers

Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary's Club Interconnect donated funds to several non-profit organizations.

Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary Interconnect Club vice president Jaideen Rawlings and president Alisha Walia (centre) present $750 to representatives of Coast Cottage Mental Health.

It’s just one of the donations the club made this June to non-profit organizations working to make a difference.

Club members raised the money over the school year through ice cream and hot chocolate sales and activities such as decorating student lockers at Christmastime for a small fee, plus bubble tea and doughnut fundraisers, donating $750 to White Rock South Surrey Hospice Society and $1,000 to Doctors Without Borders.

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