Orange Door Project To Benefit Windsor Residence For Young Men

Thursday May 30th, 2019

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WRYM President Susan Freeman joined with Assistant Store Manager Sherri Jean and WRYM Director Dave Freeman to launch the Home Depot Walker & Division store’s Orange Door fundraising project for Windsor Residence for Young Men.

The Home Depot Canada’s Walker and Division store has partnered with The Windsor Residence for Young Men to raise funds in support of local at-risk and homeless youth.

From now until June 23rd, customers can donate $2 at the store’s checkout or online at www.orangedoorproject.ca and one hundred percent of the funds raised will benefit the transitional living program for residents of WRYM, which is a charitable organization that supports young men 16 – 24 years of age as they leave homelessness behind to build new lives.

“Our program depends almost entirely on the generosity of the community, says WRYM Board Member Dave Freeman, “and so we are very grateful to Home Depot Canada and the Walker & Division store for their support. We can assure donors that WRYM is both effective and efficient – we have a ninety percent success rate – we do not duplicate services of other agencies, and funding goes direct to the program. Our administration is done free of charge by volunteers. So, please do donate!”

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