Summer literacy camps for Aboriginal children receive support from TD and Corus

July 30, 2014

Frontier College's Aboriginal Summer Literacy Camps are getting a boost in support this year from TD Bank Group and the Corus Entertainment Group. Long-time supporter TD has committed an additional $100,000 to Frontier in order to help facilitate the nutrition portion of the summer camp program. Corus is donating books and activities through its Kids Can Press publishing division and the Corus Feeds Kids initiative. As well, Corus will be running TV and radio ads to raise awareness and support for the summer camps. The focus of this year’s summer camps is to “nourish the bodies and minds of young children” in Aboriginal communities across Canada. "Frontier College is proud of the success of the Aboriginal Summer Literacy Camps, which ensures that children continue to learn throughout the summer. We are grateful for the commitment from TD Bank Group and Corus Entertainment in sharing a vision for a bright and healthy future in these communities," said Frontier College President Sherry Campbell. Corus News Release