Looking for a worthwhile cause to partner with? Here’s one we just helped out with!
Servants Anonymous Society is a local society designed as an original self-help approach to recovery for female youth who have been or are at risk of being homeless or sexually exploited. The program is run by a team of just two office staff and a group of dedicated volunteers. Their hard work and commitment each day changes the lives of young women.
The society had been donated new vinyl flooring to replace the carpet in the Arts and Crafts room at the ASK Centre of Learning but lacked the skilled labour to install it. When the Mira team found out about their need for flooring install, we were happy to donate our time to help out. We had a vinyl install crew come in to remove the carpet, prep the subfloor, and install the vinyl – all in a day
How you can help too!
SAS does not receive any money from the government. All their support is from private donors, businesses, and their two annual fundraisers. There are two ways you can help SAS reach their fundraising goals:
- In-kind donations
The SAS is currently in need of computers for the ASK Centre. Their website has a full list of items needed.
- Monetary Donations
Donations can be easily given on the SAS website. Since SAS is a registered charity, donations are tax-deductible.
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