Sewer Backup Causes Major Loss at Windsor’s “Well-Come Centre” Food Bank, Help Needed
Thursday July 26th, 2012
Posted at 10:15am
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On Wednesday, one of Windsor’s community shelters suffered a major loss.
The Well-Come Centre, located at 263 Bridge Avenue in West Windsor, suffered major water damage to its food bank when the building’s sewers backed up and flooded the premises. The shelter now needs the help of Windsorites to get it back up and running.
The Centre is in need of non perishable food items of all kinds. They are also in desperate need of towels and blankets, as they had to use most of what they had to stop the flow of sewage and water at the beginning of the flood. A restoration company has already started the clean up process.
The Well-Come Centre assists women to end the cycle of homelessness, poverty and violence in their lives and offers safe, welcoming and inclusive space for up to eleven homeless women.
Any donations can be dropped off at the Well-Come Center, 24/7, at 263 Bridge Avenue.