What your money can do

$8 per pay…

  • keeps a drop-in recreational and educational centre in operation for 142 hours, keeping our city’s youth focused on improving themselves and off the streets
  • gives a senior living at home 16 hours of home help, friendly visiting and transportation to help maintain independence$10 per pay…
  • provides nutritious meals to three kids throughout the school year
  • provides an individual, couple, or family in crisis with three hours of individual or group therapy $25 per pay…
  • provides a volunteer-staffed, telephone life-line to 23 individuals facing crisis or even suicide
  • provides a low-income or homeless person with 103 hours of social skills training and confidence building in a productive, hands-on environment $50 per pay…
  • offers 65 hours of counselling to seniors with developmental disabilities
  • means a counsellor will answer the call from 10 victims of sexual violence and provide immediate crisis counselling, information, and referralFrom – http://www.now.carleton.ca/2004-09b/499.htm
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