Tomorrow’s Voices partners with Zoom Ride Niagara

0
62
Walid Al Hilaly, Founder Zoom Ride Niagara along with Todd Green, Founder, Tomorrow’s Voices

Niagara Region, November 20, 2019: Zoom Ride Niagara, the fastest growing ride sharing service in the Niagara region has partnered with Tomorrow’s Voices Foundation to help children travel safely to their weekly choir rehearsals.  The partnership will provide customized support for all the travel requirements for the choir members travelling to Tomorrow’s Voices’ rehearsals.

Speaking on the partnership, Walid Al Hilaly, Founder of Zoom Ride Niagara said, “As a knowledge driven ride sharing company, Zoom Ride understands the specific needs of Niagara residents and we are proud to partner up with Tomorrow’s Voices. We are more than willing to partner with our community that will help them reach their destinations in an safe, comfort and affordable manner.”

“We have set up this partnership with Zoom Niagara for the upcoming choir season and are very happy and excited to work with such a great organization that provides customized transport services for our kids. It’s really important to use to provide transportation as we seek to eliminate as many barriers to participate as possible,” said Todd Green, Executive Director, Tomorrow’s Voices.

ABOUT ZOOM(www.zoom.cab)
Zoom Innovation Inc. launched their Zoom Rider App in August 2019. Zoom Innovation was founded by Walid Al Hilaly in 2018 to improve people’s lives with Niagara’s best transportation. Zoom is a fast growing rideshare company in Canada and is available to 95 percent of Niagara’s population. Zoom is preferred by drivers and passengers for its reliable and friendly experience, and its commitment to driving positive change for the future of our cities, as the first local rideshare company to offset carbon emissions from all rides globally.

About Tomorrow’s Voices Foundation(http://choirnation.ca/tomorrows-voices/)

Tomorrow’s Voices is the passion project of a dedicated group who are committed to supporting local youth through music. The organization launched in September 2017 working with Big Brothers Big Sisters West Niagara to identify kids whom would benefit from the choir program. In the two years since launching, the kids have performed for over 20,000 audience members and have sung with Juno and Grammy winning artists. The early success of the Niagara choir has resulted in the expansion in Fall 2019 to Hamilton and Toronto. We believe Kids Should Be Heard and are proud of the amazing group of kids we work with.

 

This story is written and edited by  Yugbodh, for The Onside Media, Canada, If you have stories to share kindly email: – info@theonside.com