Canada Post Corporation Collectable $8 Stamp... Nov/ Dec 1997.
Calling All Stamp Collector's Rare Opportunity!
SNIP ‘N’ CHIP RETURNS TO HAMILTON!
We are excited to relaunch our desexing and microchipping campaign in Hamilton!
From Monday 25th January 2021, we are working with Care Vets to offer heavily discounted desexing and microchipping in Hamilton for Community Services Cardholders
Cat-owners who have a Community Services Card can Snip ‘n’ Chip their cats or kittens for just $20! This is a limited time offer that is available until bookings run out.
In our last Snip ‘n’ Chip campaign, we desexed over 200 cats and we want this campaign to be even bigger! Help us give your cat a better life.
Visit SPCA’s Hamilton Centre now with your Community Services Card to purchase your Snip ‘n’ Chip voucher!
There are LIMITED numbers available so GET IN QUICK.
PLEASE NOTE: Vouchers can ONLY be purchased by visiting SPCA’s Hamilton Centre, not by calling us or by messaging us on Facebook. You will then need to book your cat/kitten in with your local Care Vets.
ST Puis CATHOLIC church (Vinnies Group)
Have been supporting the Kitchen Pantry and many Locals with Food & Fruit Vegatables for the past year
The Vinnie's and Salvation Army are the 2 Largest Providers of Food Parcels in Hamilton
Report a doubling of demand for Food Fruit and Veggies
The Pantry is alternative way of making Food available to those in need
GIVE WHAT YOU CAN
TAKE WHAT YOU NEED
DUE TO MANY BUSINESS CLOSING UNEMPLOYMENT ON THE RISE
WE ARE URGENTLY SEEKING HELP FROM OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY DONATIONS OF FRUIT VEGGIES & FOOD
THOSE WHO GIVE TODAY MAY FIND THEMSELVES RECIPIENTS TOMORROW OR VICE VERSA
SO IF YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE BY GIVING
GENEROUS SUPPORT TO THE KITCHEN PANTRY BY GIVING MUCH APPRECIATED
WE TRY TO FUND RAISE TO COVER ON GOING DEMANDS FOR FOOD ITEMS . BUT AS ANY VOLUNTERY ORGANIZATIONS WE HAVE BEEN STRUGGLING
THANK'S FOR THE LOCALS WHO HAVE BEEN GIFTING
YOUR GENEROUSITY WOULD BE MUCH APPRECIATED
If you wish to learn more etc
Please feel to contact me Jim and Julietta
God Bless (VINNIE'S GROUP ST PIUS)
Glen Terry, 30, did a video for LinkedIn about how much he wanted to work, and employers listened.
Terry, who has Down Syndrome, now works in Gilmours Hamilton - a job he found with help from Disability Employment facilitator Selwyn Cook.
Read more here. Do you remember the feeling of finding your first job?