Family. The word itself can evoke feeling of love, loyalty and unconditional acceptance. It is something that we often take for granted. We become frustrated with those who “care too much” and only want the best for.
I come from a communications background. Before getting into the social service industry, I spent a few years working as a writer for a funding agent of Arts and Heritage. That job allowed me to understand the.
Turning Leaf was invited to attend the celebration of Lloyd Dyck, CEO of Brett Young Seeds, on winning the Entrepreneur of the Year award. Staff members, partners and family enjoyed a delicious lunch. They generously donated four.
On December 20th, Turning Leaf hosted the annual Christmas Lunch, an opportunity for us to put smiles on the faces of our wonderful participants. We were thrilled that we were able to fill the Sturgeon Heights Community.
This holiday season, Turning Leaf is asking for your help, so we can give something nice to those in need. Too many of our participants who experience mental illness or intellectual challenge walk our winter streets not.
Last Saturday, November 18th, MP Doug Eyolfson hosted a “Spirit of Giving” event at the Sturgeon Heights Community Centre. This event was held to showcase the support services Turning Leaf provides to the community. Everyone graciously allowed.