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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Easter Seals PEI


Easter Seals PEI is a not-for-profit project of the Charlottetown, Summerside and Montague Rotary Clubs.

The PEI Easter Seals Society is committed to fully enhancing the quality of life, self esteem and self determination of Islanders with disabilities. The PEI Easter Seals Society responds to the needs and aspirations of children, youth, and adults with disabilities by providing services and support to enable access, inclusion and opportunity to promote increased activity and involvement. We support fundraising, services, public and consumer education, research and increased awareness of disability issues in the private, volunteer and government sectors.

Hi Everyone,

My name is Luke Gaudet and I have Cerebral Palsy. I live in Cornwall with my parents and my sister and brother.

I have a great interest in cars, writing stories and music. I also enjoy swimming and being outdoors. During the summer I attend Camp Gencheff.

Making people laugh is something that is important to me and I enjoy laughing too; it helps me stay positive. My motto this year is "You can do anything with a positive attitude".

I am so excited to be this year’s Easter Seals Ambassador, the money raised through this campaign helps children with disabilities enjoy programs, have fun and stay positive.

Your support is greatly appreciated.

Thank you

Luke Gaudet
2012 Ambassador


Donations to Easter Seals PEI receive a tax receipt. Donations can be made online at www.eastersealspei.org or by check made payable to "Easter Seals PEI" and mailed to 21004 RPO University, Charlottetown, PEI, C1A 9H6



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