Ways to help people this Holiday season 2018

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>Harvest House helps to feed hungry people, gives homeless folks a safe place to stay, helps addicted people get healthy, and even teaches skills to help folks get jobs and back on their feet.
Donate a Christmas meal online HERE (even $2.79 will help!) ... are you doing Giving Tuesday (Tues Nov 27)? Donate online HERE... if you'd like to volunteer some of your time CLICK HERE... if you'd like to donate items (especially Winter clothes and boots) CLICK HERE... BTW Harvest House is at 182 High Street.

>YMCA Moncton's ReConnect Program helps homeless and at-risk people by giving folks a hand up. You can give money, gift cards, hygiene products... anything is appreciated! CLICK HERE for more info. One of the big ReConnect fundraisers is Battle of the Brains which you should totally come out for in March! 

>The new Out of the Cold Emergency Shelter is partly helped by YMCA Moncton (see ReConnect above) and also helped by Salvus Clinic. You can donate time, money, or products to help people who have nowhere to go to get out of the cold. (Link:  www.facebook.com/salvusclinic)
Update Dec 12 from the City HERE with info about what you can donate and how to volunteer...

>Food Depot Christmas Boxes:
Christmas Boxes help people and families who depend on the Food Bank. To register to receive a Food Box call 506- 800-1174 or stop into the Peter McKee Food Centre (475 Saint George) between 9a and 3p Mon-Thurs before Dec 14. Food Box Delivery is Dec 20.
To donate to the Food Box Program CLICK HERE.
You can also volunteer to deliver food boxes on Dec 20th. No registrations, just show up to the Coliseum Agrena on Dec 20th and they'll explain everything.

>Salisbury Helping Hands appreciates your turkey/ food donations... also new clothes, new toys, or cash to help folks out. Donate at:
-Helping Hands (64 Douglas Street) Tues & Wed from 10:00a-4:00p, Thurs 6:30p-8:00p... 
-Salisbury Baptist (3128 Main Street) M-F 8:30a-12:30p
-you can drop off your turkey donation at Dairy Depot (3161 Main Street) any time
-Call 372-9787

>Atlantic Wellness Community Centre gives free therapy to young people going through mental health issues. Last year they had Christmas postcards for sale (not sure if they're doing it again or not, but either way) Please consider giving a donation to Atlantic Wellness in someone's name this Christmas! (CLICK HERE to donate online) You can also stop in to donate... (225 Lutz St Moncton.

>Salvation Army helps people a TON at Christmas time and throughout the year...  If you see a Salvation Army Kettle around town and you can throw a couple bucks in, your donation will help families around here... or donate online HERE... You can also help out the Salvation Army by hosting an Online Kettle! It works like this: 1) Sign up HERE, 2) Share your Online Kettle with your millions of followers, 3) Collect donations online & help families this Christmas... BYW if you'd like to register to receive from their Gifts and Toys for kids Program call 506-389-9901


>Fill the Bus from Anglo East Schools is a deal where ANY of Anglo East Schools will happily accept your non-perishable food donation during normal school hours as they Fill the Bus for the food bank...
http://scottyhorsman.tumblr.com/post/154038830177/anglo-east-schools-are-collecting-food-to-help

>Riverview Boys and Girls Club Christmas Tree Lot is Starting Nov 30 at 5pm... If you buy a tree from the Riverview Boys and Girls Club's tree lot you'll be helping the kids at the club... so we say BUY A TREE FOR EVERY ROOM OF YOUR HOME... your bathroom will have a lovely pine scent... Tree Lot is in the parking lot of Downey Home Hardware on Pinewood Rd in Riverview (map)... Tree Lot Hours are M-F 1p-9p, Sat 9a-6p, & Sun 11a-5p. You can also help out the Club by volunteering for a few hours at the Lot. If you and some friends* want in on that please call 506-387-7070. (*enemies, frenemies, total strangermies also welcome)

>Food Depot's 30 days of Caring is a bunch of events you can take in that will help to feed the hungry... including bringing a donation for the Tim Horton's Food Drive float at the Santa Claus Parade!

>We have a Giving Tree at the radio station (27 Arsenault Court) where you can donate items to Crossroads for Women... personal care items like shampoo, deodorant, TP... also winter boots, coats, and gloves... if you want to drop them off at the radio station we are open M-F 9a-5p.
*Thanks to Volkswagon Moncton, Arby's, and Fortec Forestry for supporting this. 

>The Sue Stultz Turkey Drive collects turkeys for the families who have registered for support from the Food Bank. Goal will be announced soon... Turkey Drive will run until Fri Dec 7. Donate a turkey at the Saint George Blvd Fire Station across from Centennial Park (800 St George Blvd) between 10:00a & 7:00p or donate online at www.suestultzturkeydrive.com.


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