Black Press Media reporter takes on Easter Seals Drop Zone

Published on September 9, 2019, 1:53 pm

Published by Victoria News

Hanging over the edge of a 13-storey building gets your heart racing, your palms sweating and actually helps send children and young adults with physical or cognitive disabilities to camp. The Easter Seals Drop Zone allows participants - who have raised a minimum of $500 - to rapell down the CIBC building in downtown Victoria on Sept. 9 in support of the Easter Seal's services, specifically their camp in Shawnigan.





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