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PAL/Air Borealis donate $30K to local charities on behalf of clients

Some of the groups that received donations from PAL /Air Borealis.
Some of the groups that received donations from PAL /Air Borealis.

Each year before the holidays, on behalf of their many clients, PAL Airlines and Air Borealis join in the spirit of giving by generously giving back to the communities they serve. This year they will donate over $30,000 to local organizations that will directly benefit from the contribution and will support the betterment of the respective communities. This year seven deserving organizations have been selected, with each receiving a portion of the $30,000 to support programs and development.

“We are extremely happy to support wonderful organizations each and every year, especially at this time of year,” said Janine Browne, PAL Airlines director of sales. “We take great pride in supporting the community, and this initiative is a prime example of how we can make a direct contribution to the communities we live and work in. We would like to thank our clients, customers and employees for their support with this initiative, and we would also like to thank these organizations for the great work they do.”
“Air Borealis is committed to giving back to the various communities we operate in each and every day. This year’s recipients do exceptional work within their respective communities and we are proud to support them,” said Tom Randell, Air Borealis managing director.

This year’s recipients are the Hopedale Women’s Shelter; the Islaview Foundation; Harbour View Manor (Mary’s Harbour Seniors Centre); Natuashish Women’s Shelter; Labrador West Housing & Homelessness Coalition, Transit Sept-Iles; Shelter Nova Scotia; and the Chevery Seniors Club.

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