Rogers pledges support for Bridletowne Neighbourhood Centre

Along with Lisa Rogers, the company donated $2 million towards the project

Bridletowne Neighbourhood Centre will bring essential programs to one of the most diverse communities in Ontario, and Rogers wants to be a part of it.

The community hub is a collaboration between the YMCA, United Way Greater Toronto, and Scarborough Health Network (SHN). Once completed, it will act as a community and healthcare space.

Rogers, along with Lisa Rogers, the oldest child of company founder Ted Rogers, donated $5 million to SHN’s Love, Scarborough campaign. The program focuses on providing improved healthcare services to Scarborough residents. $2 million of this donation will support the Bridletowne Neighbourhood Centre.

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