Heffner Lexus-Toyota Celebrates Ten Years of Supporting Young People
Kitchener - Since the year 2000, the Morning Glory Café provided young people with the opportunity to gain employable skills for a better job and life skills for a better future through the Ray of Hope Employment Training Program. And no other community partner has supported this unique social enterprise more than Heffner Lexus - Toyota.
The Heffner’s partnership with Ray of Hope is an integral part of who we are in the youth employment program. They have believed and suppo rted us without fail through the program and cafe changes over the years. The youth employment program would not be what it is today without them. They truly care for those who are disadvantaged in our community and believe everyone deserves a second cha nce. They definitely make our Café participants, staff and managers feel like we are a part of their family! Sharlene Wallace, Youth Employment Program Director
Located between the Toyota showroom and service department, the Morning Glory at Heffner’ s has been serv ing both customers and staff delicious food since September 2005 . And over time t his particular Caf é has become the largest training hub in customer service & food prep that Ray of Hope operates, seeing 68 young people complete the ir training at the location .
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