Oosterveld Heating and Air Conditioning’s third annual Winter Wear Drive in support of Hope House is this Friday, October 26th at the Sleeman Centre when your Storm host the Erie Otters.
Last year over $500 was raised from the Chuck-a-Puck fundraiser and 10 bins were filled to the top with donations of winter clothes for those in need in our community.
When you enter the rink, volunteers will be on hand to collect your much needed gently used or new hats, coats, boots, mitts, and scarves, in support of Hope House, which is a non-profit organization helping to overcome poverty in the Guelph area by providing tangible, compassionate assistance and care to those in need in the community.
The winner of the Chuck- a- Puck Fundraiser on Friday will receive a team autographed jersey. Every dollar raised from the puck toss will go to Lakeside Hope House. For every winter wear item donated, fans will receive a draw ticket to win a team autographed limited edition collector’s stick.
Most Needed Items:
- Adult Boots
Please Help keep our community warm this winter if you are able. The Winter Wear Drive will be Friday night, but bins will be in place at our game on Sunday afternoon as well so if didn’t bring an item(s) on Friday, you can still help.
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.