Putting for Possibilities in Support of Pauline’s Place


The nature of working in a not for profit agency often means minimal core funding, staff wearing multiple hats and always stretching meagre budgets to the utmost extreme while delivering, in many cases, critical services and supports to those who may be at risk.

Pauline’s Place is no exception.  In discussion with Amanda Anderson and Tiffany Vanzant, supervisors at this support agency, their passion for the work that they do is evident. More than just passion, however, is what makes the staff and Pauline’s Place exceptional. Available to receive clients 24 hours a day, across various means of making contact whether through phone, walk-ins or DM on social media, individuals who need their help have but to reach out.

However, with a lack of significant core funding, the staff at Pauline’s Place host various fundraising initiatives year-round to fill gaps financially in their efforts to maintain their space, fund groceries and other supplies for their clientele. For more information on Pauline’s Place please visit their website or their Facebook page.

On the horizon is Putting for Possibilities — an excellent and fun way to support the work being done at Pauline’s Place.  It is being held at Silver Creek Golf Course on June 23, 2023. Described as a 9 and Dine, there will be prizes, food and many opportunities to enjoy.  There are still some spaces available both to register a team as well for local, community-minded businesses to sponsor a hole.

If you are unable to attend, there are so many other ways to support the excellent work being done at Pauline’s Place — financial donation, donation of food items, clothing and/or gently used furniture and more! Reach out today!

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