Tis the Season of Giving. Here are some great ideas to make this time of year even more special.
The Giving Tree
Changing children’s lives in Mississauga and making wishes come true.
Every year the Giving Tree goes up 3rd week of November. Young children from our neighbourhood who are in need write a letter with their wishes.
If you would like to be a help to Santa, please pass by Saints Martha and Mary Church at 1870 Burnhamthorpe Road East, Mississauga, On L4X 2S5 (905) 625-5670. You just pick up a card from the tree and sponsor the wish of a deserving child.
Adopt a dog or cat today! Search for local pets in need of a home.
Pet Adoption - Search dogs or cats near you. Adopt a Pet Today. Pictures of dogs and cats who need a home. Search by breed, age, size and color http://www.adoptapet.com
Help To Create a Future Without Breast Cancer
You can choose how you want to make an impact on lives of women and the future of our daughters.
Your gift will support over 200,000 Canadians living with breast cancer by funding the best and brightest researchers and providing the emotional support needed to those affected by this disease. Donate Today!
There are many ways you can make a difference and support a future without breast cancer. For information, please e-mail email@example.com, or call 1-800-387-9816 ext. 264. By phone - Call from anywhere in Canada using our toll-free number, 1-800-387 9816, ext. 264.
Hope for the Holidays-Feed The Hungry In Mississauga - Please Give To The Food Bank
www.themississaugafoodbank.org /(905) 270-5589
This holiday season, help hungry neighbours. Just $2 will feed 5 people.Will You Help? · Food For Christmas · Holiday Donations · $2 Provides 5 Meals.
Children can make Home Made Holiday Cards or pictures for nursing home residents
Address: 1500 Rathburn Rd E, Mississauga, ON L4W 4L7
Donate toys and clothes to the Salvation Army
Address: 3173 Cawthra Rd, Mississauga, ON L5A 2X4
Random Acts of Kindness
Bring a meal to an elderly neighbor – Do you have an elderly neighbor who is alone during the holidays? Invite them over to share a meal with you. Or bring them a homemade meal. Or even bring them the ingredients for a holiday meal.
Support Local Business. Shop at locally-owned businesses – One of the easiest ways you can give back to your community is to do your holiday shopping at a locally-owned business. Purchase gifts and gift certificates.
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