North Dartmouth Outreach Resource Centre

St. Andrew's will be collecting donations for adults at the North Dartmouth Outreach and Resource Centre. Many adults live alone or place family members ahead of themselves in giving at this time of year. Our NDROC representative Tom Clarke, has offered these suggestions - toothpaste, toothbrush, disposable razors, shaving cream, socks, hair brush, comb, deodorant,shampoo & conditioner, as well as individually wrapped candy.

Please do not wrap any of the gifts and mark your gift bags with female or male which will assist the organizers during distribution.

The donations will be accepted on November 28th during the in person service and delivered by Tom the following day.

Making a donation

There are two choices.You can send an e-transfer or make a donation on Canada Helps.

If you choose e-transfer, email it to ndorc_44hester@hotmail.com

If you prefer to use a credit card, you can go on the Canada Helps website, www.canadahelps.org, type in North Dartmouth Outreach Resource Centre. It will take you to our webpage.

These electronic choices may make it easier for people to donate to the North Dartmouth Outreach Resource Centre.

 

Mission to Seafarers

Loneliness, danger and separation from loved ones are just some of the challenges that seafarers face every day.  SEAFARING IS ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST DANGEROUS OCCUPATIONS.  Over 90% of world trade is carried by sea, providing work to 1.5 million seafarers.

 

Throughout a long and distinguished history, The Mission to Seafarers has grown to become one of the largest port-based welfare operators in the world, providing a service in 200 ports, 365 days a year, across 50 countries. Our vision is to operate a network where seafarers are valued and cared for in the ports where the need is greatest.  The Halifax Mission to Seafarers is a Canadian non-profit charity.

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