Fraction Energy Services makes $5000 donation to Women’s Resource Society

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. –  Jeff Willms and Kyle Leahy, of Fraction Energy Services, in partnership with Doig River First Nation Councillor Brittany Brinkworth, presented a $5,000 cheque, on Wednesday, to Lisa Jewell, of the Fort St. John Women’s Resource Society.

Leahy says the COVID-19 Pandemic has caused an increased burden on families, specifically women and children, who desperately need help from their communities.

In order to help the community’s women and children make it through this difficult time, Leahy says Fraction Energy and Doig River First Nation felt it would be best to donate to the Women’s Resource Society.

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“We are all from here, we were raised here and have or will be raising our families here, and having the ability to give back to the women and children of this community in tough times means a lot to us.”

According to Leahy, this contribution will make a positive impact on getting help immediately and directly to the people who need it most.

Leahy hopes that this donation will inspire other companies and businesses to do the same, to help others in a time of need.

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