Last year, St. Martha students raised money for the StopGap Foundation through a milkshake fundraiser. This year, they're getting even more involved in this initiative that raises awareness about barriers in our built environment and provides ramps to local businesses.
On Monday, October 1 students Skyped with StopGap Founder, Luke Anderson to gain inspiration.
On October 11, 30 students spent the afternoon speaking with local businesses in downtown Kingston to share what they've learned and to spread awareness for this initative.
Read more in the Kingston Whig Standard: https://www.thewhig.com/news/local-news/st-martha-students-run-accessibility-audit-on-downtown
For more information on StopGap, please visit: http://stopgap.ca/
More to come!
Check out Addi and Kian on The Morning Show on CKWS, Tuesday October 9.