Safety Village Receives Trillium Grant

Celebrating the Trillium Grant (April 6, 2024 – photo link below)

Local representatives of Brantford, Brant County, and The Six Nations of the Grand River, gathered at the Safety Village to celebrate a $20,700 Capital Grant from the Ontario Government through the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF). The grant has enabled us to purchase 30 children’s bikes (for our Bike Safety programme) and 32 learning tablets (for our Internet and Fire Safety programme) that will be used to aid our  Safety education programmes.
Much appreciation to the Ontario Trillium Foundation for making this possible.
Thank you also to Will Bouma, Mayor Kevin Davis, Six Nations of the Grand River; Six Nations Elected Councillor Amos Keye Jr., and Mayor David Bailey for your support and for recognizing our safety programmes  for Brantford, Brant County, and The Six Nations of the Grand River).
We also want to appreciate, Brantford Police Service‘s Deputy Chief Jason Saunders and Elementary School Coordinator Kathryn Gratton, Brantford Fire Department Chief Todd Binkley, County of Brant Fire‘s Fire Prevention/Inspection Officer Doug Kellam, and Six Nations Police Community Civilian Coordinator Emilour Porter for instructing and supporting our safety programmes.
Special recognition also goes to Tara from The Bicycle Shop for supplying our safety bikes, and the president of the Kiwanis Club of Brantford Alfred Hauk, for your continued support.

View the photos here.