Monthly Archives: February 2014

Donation to Provide Shelter for All

Royal LePage Landco gave a very generous $25,000 to help build a new home on February 27, 2014. These agents and their clients have been working to create safer homes and communities. They bring hope and provide shelter to those who need it most. Thank you to our long time community partner!

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A Jitney to Provide Help!

On February 25, 2014, the St. Thomas Curling Club Ladies Jitney presented a cheque to Carole Watson and Deisy Vanegas for $1,212 to Violence Against Women Services Building Hope Saving Lives. The annual Jitney is a fun event hosted by the ladies club. It was a great success and will help save the lives and change the future of many women and children.

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Holy Angel’s Help Provide Shelter!

A donation of $1,000 was given on February 24, 2014 by the Catholic Women’s League towards Elgin’s new shelter. The Catholic Women’s League was established in 1920. Thank you for your support in helping create a safe place for women and children in our community!

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A Donation of Hope and Safety

On February 13, 2014, Knox Fingal Presbyterian Women’s League & Women’s Mission Services gave $5,000 towards the new Women’s Place – Elgin’s Emergency Shelter. The Women’s League and Women’s Mission Services are an integral part of the Church and provide great support to families and organizations in the community.

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Lovely Breakfast to Raise Money for New Shelter

On February 12, 2014, the Knights of Columbus raised and donated $500 from their breakfast held at Holy Angels to Building Hope Saving Lives.  The Knights of Columbus show their love for their neighbours by helping those in need, a call they answer every day. Thank you for your support!

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