2011 Winners - Annual Brampton Safe City Awards
Congratulations to all our 2011 Winners
Gael Miles Youth Award for Safety
Angelina Zhu has had a profound impact on her peers in Brampton through her volunteer participation in the Mayor's Youth Team and Brampton Safe City's Youth Education & Safety Program (YES). A student at Turner Fenton Secondary School, Angelina has contributed hundreds of hours to make our city a better place for young people. As a community volunteer, she has assisted at neighbourhood barbecues, the Santa Claus Parade and many other local events.
Angelina has taken the lead in developing initiatives for youth, including violence prevention, environmental learning workshops and community clean-ups. Most notably, her leadership in the Alliance Against Violence Campaign was instrumental in rallying school mates to unite in the promotion of a safe start to the school year via audio and visual announcements to students. Angelina has also helped to build positive relationships between seniors and youth by her role in the annual Intergenerational Conference hosted by Elder Help Peel. Congratulations Angelina and thank you for everything you are doing to make our city safer.