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As the holiday season approaches, the spirit of giving and community support becomes even more significant, particularly for those facing economic hardships. That’s why we are thrilled to announce our 2023 Salvation Army Holiday Giving Initiative.

Supporting Collingwood Families in Need
In partnership with The Salvation Army, we are calling on our community to come together to make a difference. Many families in Collingwood are feeling the pinch this year, and your contributions can lighten their load and bring joy.

What We Are Collecting
From now until December 21, we are gathering non-perishable food items and new toys to be distributed to those in need. The recent surge in prices has not spared food and basic necessities, and the impact on food banks has been significant. By participating in our food and toy drive, you’re not just giving a meal or a toy; you’re giving hope.

How You Can Help
You can drop off your contributions at our designated office from Monday to Thursday during clinic hours. We are looking for items such as:

  • Canned goods (vegetables, fruits, soups)
  • Dry goods (pasta, rice, cereals)
  • New toys that haven’t been wrapped

Every Bit Counts
Remember, no contribution is too small. Every can of food and every toy will go directly to a family that needs it. By coming together as a community, we can ensure that everyone has a reason to celebrate this holiday season.

A Warm Thank You
We want to extend our heartfelt thanks in advance for your generosity and support. Your willingness to help neighbors in our community does not go unnoticed and is greatly appreciated.

Let’s Spread Joy This Holiday Season
We invite you to be a part of this heartwarming initiative. Let’s show what our community is made of by helping those in need. Please spread the word, bring your donations, and let’s make this holiday season a little brighter for everyone.

You’re welcome to drop your donations off Monday-Thursday during office hours.