4th Annual Pallet Build-off Fundraiser ~ Kick-off May 28th… Deadline August 3rd
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Get your tools out, and show us what this summer is all about.
4th Annual Pallet Build-off Fundraiser Kicks off May 28th!
Even though a lot of Canadians understand homelessness, only a few choose to address it. It can affect any age or gender. It is often seen that people facing homelessness either don’t have resources or don’t know where to ask for help. The only thing required at that point is being able to locate help in one’s own community. ~ Pauline’s Place Non-Profit Homes Inc.
On May 28th Pauline’s Place Non-Profit Homes Inc. kicks off their 4th Annual Pallet Build-off, a community event to emphasize the alarming rate at which homelessness is spreading in our community and raise funds to support Pauline’s Place’s day-to-day operations.
Anything and everything that Pauline’s Place does is to make the community a better place to live, where everybody gets to feel safe under a roof.
INTERESTED IN TAKING THE CHALLENGE??
HERE’S HOW 🙂
- Choose a team of 3 – 5 people
- Gather pallets to suit your needs and designs. (either pick them up at Pauline’s Place or acquire your own)
- Teams get more than 2 months to finish building their pallet pieces. On August 3, the finished projects will be picked up and brought to Pauline’s Place.
DEADLINE FOR FINISHED PRODUCT IS AUGUST 3RD
Each unique Pallet Creation will be judged and winners will be announced, followed by a week of online silent auction on Pauline’s Place website and social media. Keep Updated by following https://www.facebook.com/PaulinesPlace/
About Pauline’s Place Non-Profit Homes Inc.
Our mission is to provide access to safe, affordable housing for male youth ages 16-17, female ages 16 and above, and families who are experiencing crisis and find themselves homeless. Through the provision of emergency and short-term housing, referral and outreach services, we will assist and support our clients to make the transition to becoming stable and active members of the community.