CORRECTION-Seeds of Learning still active foundation

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CORRECTION- Visions of Change not only fundraises to help send students to lend support in foreign countries, it also makes charitable donations of money, supplies and services to those countries.

Despite recent confusion, North Peace Secondary School is involved with two non-profit organizations.

Along with Visions of Change, students at the school are also involved in the Seeds of Learning Organization. Unlike Visions of change, who raise money to help send students to lend support in foreign countries, Seeds of Learning is dedicated to raising funds strictly for donation purposes.

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The foundation helps raise money for education assistance. Specifically, Seeds of Learning helps to provide scholarships and education opportunities for people in Central America.

According to Seeds of Learning participant Tracy Hoffman, some people have come to believe that Seeds of Learning has become Visions of Change or are not longer an active foundation. She says this is not the case and that both still do exist in Fort St. John.

This article is not intended to give priority to either foundation. Hoffman wants people to know that Seeds of Learning are still working to raise funds and are currently working on upcoming fundraisers to help raise money for this great cause.

For more information or to make a donation, please contact Tracy Hoffman at 250-785-4429.

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