Fuel My School raises $565,000

A joint effort between Chevron and My Class Needs has benefited more than 5,300 students throughout Surrey.

A joint effort between Chevron and My Class Needs – a Canadian-based not-for-profit group – has benefited more than 5,300 students throughout Surrey.

The effort, Fuel My School, recently wrapped up, and successfully raised $565,000 to fund 448 classroom projects across the Lower Mainland, according to a news release.

The school programs aimed to bring “real world experiences” to the classroom, with a focus on science, technology, engineering and math.

“This program is so rewarding to be a part of,” said Adrien Byrne, policy, government and public affairs representative for Chevron.

“We are able to help foster learning and development for students in new and exciting ways.”

For more information about the Fuel Your School program, visit www.fuelyourschool.ca


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