Grant and Kathi McTaggart
Grant and Kathi have lived in Vancouver for over 27 years. Originally from Winnipeg Manitoba, they moved to the Lower Mainland in the early 90’s to jump start their careers, raise a family and enjoy all that the west coast has to offer. They believe that active participation and volunteerism is at the heart of building a strong sense of local community, which is why Kathi has devoted her time to managing youth sport teams like the Dunbar Little League and Vancouver United Soccer, while Grant has coached with the Vancouver Thunderbirds Hockey Association. For more than seven years, Grant has proudly served as a Campaign Cabinet Member with the United Way of the Lower Mainland and supported his fellow members as Cabinet Chair during his 2014-2015 term.The United Way’s focus on helping seniors live healthy active lives while staying involved in their community exposed Grant to the needs of these important members of our society. It is through that lens that helped bring Grant to the decision to open a 101 Mobility location in Vancouver. What could make for a better career than one that helps impact the daily lives of our customers by restoring their freedom and independence through our product and services?