Adjusting your Life Style Frugal Spending B. Williams is embarking on this It Takes a Village Homeless Project. During the African Heritage Month we want to provide essentials to the Homeless. This event will help the homeless during the winter season. They will be provided with care packages. We are so excited to help the less fortunate and provide them with some essentials. We are hoping to help 150 people. We love you have more and your Donations will help immensely. If you want to donate please send your e-transfer to email@example.com. You will be provided with a tax receipt over $25 dollars. We will accept donations at the event also. Every little bit helps.
If you want to come by the day of the event and donate this that will help us spread this act of kindness.
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Adjusting Your Life Style Frugal Spending B. Williams
We want to provide a care package of basic clothing items hat, scarves, mittens, and socks during winter February 2021. We are raising funds to help this initiative. We all know someone who has been in a homeless situation. You can just imagine how their mental health is being affected by the elements and their circumstances. The homeless are a marginalize group that need our help. There are some who survive homelessness and there are many who don’t. During Covid 19 Mental Health has increased drastically. Imagine what that does to those without shelter or a place to live. We want to help as many people as we can during Covid 19. You can provide hats, scarves, socks, mittens, or give a donation. All monetary donations will receive a tax receipt (This also includes gift cards). Even a $5 donation can make a difference. A 2021 tax receipt will be provided to you. Change encourages communities and the lives of the less fortunate.
If you want to be a volunteer for this project, please send an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please E-transfer to email@example.com
GoFundMe: Please click the Link belowhttps://www.linkedin.com/embeds/publishingEmbed.html?articleId=7265861343422803696
Please call 902-219-2226 for inquiries, or if you have items you want to drop off.
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Shannon & Connie – Photo by Ken Thompson
Mother & Daughter-Karen & Smara – Photo by Ken Thompson
Samara models her new backpack – Photo by Ken Thompson
Ja’Kye checks out his new backpack – Photo by Ken Thompson
You know there’s a big welcoming smile under Sonya’s mask! – Photo by Ken Thompson
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WE WANT TO THANK ALL OF THE BUSINESSES AND INDIVIDUALS WHO DONATED, HELPED, AND VOLUNTEER THERE TIME TO THIS AMAZING EVENT. THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS EVENT POSSIBLE. IT TAKES A VILLAGE AND THANKS FOR TAKING A PAUSE FOR THIS CAUSE.
We are passionate in our belief that no child should ever have to experience this. We are expecting and hoping that with our program, there will be a time when our numbers are met or become less prominent. We want to ensure that the students from our communities know that you care and want to be a part of this. This small gift will make a big impact.
Students First– the Backpack Program serves the needs of all school-aged children in the communities of Nova Scotia. Our program helps each child when resources are non-existing or low. The small things will put a smile on their faces.