Rotary Club of White Rock members were busy over the Holiday Season helping with the Salvation Army's Kettle Drive, putting together gift hampers for the White Rock Women's Centre, serving up a turkey dinner, donated by Save On Foods, at the Feed My City hut, the Club also donated $700 to the Extreme Weather Shelter for personal hygiene supplies.
Club members volunteered on 3 Saturdays to help with the Salvation Army’s Kettle Drive in the Semiahmoo Shopping Centre.
Twenty gift hampers were assembled with the help of donations from the Club members for the White Rock Women’s Centre.
THE REAL SANTA at Christmas celebrations at FEED MY CITY (3). You see the GIFT BAGS. It was a lovely generous gesture by FOUR COMMITTEE MEMBERS. They were donated by Betty, Rheanna, Irene and Monique as a personal contribution. You wish to know what was in the colourful gift bags : socks, gloves, sanitizer, 3 masks, Chapstick, soap, toothpaste, bought cookies, wrapped chocolates. The recipients were very happy to receive them! Thank you ladies for such a thoughtful selection of things.
The Rotary Club of White Rock Community Service Director Ron Compton delivered a donation of $700 to the Option Community Service's White Rock/South Surrey Extreme Weather Shelter. The donation will be used for the purchase of warm gloves, undergarments, and personal hygiene products for the shelter guests. The shelter is set to hold up to 20 guests per night. It is being hosted by the Peace Portal Alliance Church and will be open from November to March seven days a week from 8:00pm-7:00am.