We may not have started our season yet, but that doesn’t mean we can’t help out those in need in our community! Our annual Oosterveld Heating & Air Conditioning Winter Wear Drive in support of Lakeside Hope House is still a go and we will be collecting donations between Friday, October 23rd and Friday November 6th.
If you are able please donate new or gently used winter wear items including:
- Winter socks
- Winter boots
- Winter gloves
- Winter hats
- Winter coats
Drop off locations include:
- Oosterveld Heating and Air Conditioning, 1007 York Rd, Guelph
- Monday – Friday – 9 am – 5 pm
- Guelph Storm Administration Offices
- Monday – Friday – 10 am – 4 pm (free 15-minute parking available on Woolwich Street in front of Sleeman Centre Gate 1).
***Donation bin at Guelph Storm office will be large grey bins (wheels). We will store inside main doors and when donors arrive they can knock or inform us at box office window***
For every winter wear item donated, fans will receive a draw ticket with $500 in prizes available to be won with the Grand Prize being $100 dollar gift card for Spyke’s Sports Shop. All non-winning cards will include 10% off offer at Spykes.
For more information, to volunteer or donate please visit www.lakesidehopehouse.ca or call (519) 265-4299.
About the Sponsor: Oosterveld Heating and Air Conditioning – We pride ourselves on being a family-run business and have been serving the Guelph community for over 35 years. When you’re looking for top of the line Lennox™ furnaces, air purifiers and air conditioners, hot water heaters & fireplaces, for both residential and commercial needs, look no further than Oosterveld. Our expert technicians install and instruct, showing you everything that you’ll need to know about Lennox furnaces and air conditioners. We pride ourselves on servicing your heating & cooling equipment, hot water heaters, boilers, fireplaces and even air purification systems.
In Support of: Lakeside Hope House – HOPE House operates and advocates on the belief that poverty, food insecurity, inequality, health and community are all interconnected. We offer services and programs that challenge the stigmas surrounding poverty and allow our clients to maintain their dignity and choice, while simultaneously providing them with tactile skills developed in a community environment; it is not about a hand-out but rather offering people a hand-up, creating long-term skills that facilitate self-sufficiency. HOPE House provides front-line services and support in the form of a choice-based, bucks-based Food Market, HOPE Stylin’ Haircuts and Clothing Bureau, our community Edu-Kitchen, HOPE-in-Motion, a Back-to-School Backpack Program, a daily Café, Christmas hampers and more to any Guelph resident (including children) living in poverty.