The Shoebox Project for WomenOrganization Type: Social & Community Services
Address: 2476 Victoria Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 3C8
Contact: Karen Paget
The Shoebox Project for Women is a registered charity that collects and distributes gift-filled Shoeboxes to local women impacted by homelessness across Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
We aim to foster safe, supportive and inclusive communities by facilitating compassionate gestures of kindness between our supporters and local women experiencing homelessness.
For women who have been displaced from their homes and estranged from their families, special occasions can be particularly challenging. Often, women report feeling disconnected from society, invisible and alone. A Shoebox gift is a powerful reminder for a woman that she has not been forgotten and that she remains a valued and respected member of her community.
For those giving gifts, The Shoebox Project is a tangible and creative opportunity to give back directly to someone in your very own community. It’s a small, simple gesture of kindness that has an immediate, positive impact on the woman who receives it.
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The Shoebox Project for Women’s Volunteer Opportunities
Category: Social and Community Service
Description: This rewarding and exciting volunteer leadership role has no fixed address and is a remote opportunity for you to create and manage your own Shoebox chapter within your community right from …Read More
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