The Mountain Rose Centre would like to send out a big Thank You to the Evergreen Co-Op for the amazing donation from the Community Investment Program.
This donation will go towards us continuing to support people who are in need 😊
The Confluence Heritage Society Community Fun Fair was a huge success!
The Mountain Rose Centre staff had a lot of fun being apart of this event and being able to do this alongside all these amazing businesses within our community.
We can’t wait for next year 😊
Mountain Rose Women’s Shelter would like to acknowledge and thank Shopper’s Drug Mart for the cheque donation of $3282 from the Love You by Shoppers Drug Mart Fall Fundraising Campaign. Pictured here are the Shopper’s team members and the Executive Director of the Mountain Rose Women’s Shelter.
Wellness Day at Pioneer Ranch Camp
The staff at Mountain Rose Centre would like to send out a big THANK YOU to FCSS for hosting a Wellness Day with Mountain Rose Centre, Asokewin Friendship Centre, Clearwater Regional FCSS, and the Family Resource Network/McMan.
The day was spent at Pioneer Ranch Camp where the agencies got to converse, relax, network, and participate in several different activities such as; sleigh ride, snowshoeing, ice skating, as well as arts & crafts.
Our team at MRC thoroughly enjoyed the day and being able to connect and network with other agencies in the community.
Again, we would like to thank FCSS for inviting us to this and we hope to be able to do it again in the near future!
Government of Canada
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The Government introduced the Canadian Benefit for Parents of Young Victims of Crime on September 30, 2018. The benefit provides income support to eligible parents who suffer a loss of income when they take time away from work to cope with the death or disappearance of their child, as a result of a probable Criminal Code offence. Eligible parents can receive payments of $450 per week for up to 35 weeks.