Home Depot Orange Door Campaign To Help Windsor Residence For Young Men

Wednesday December 4th, 2019

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The Home Depot’s Orange Door Project fundraising campaign is underway to benefit the Windsor Residence for Young Men.

Until December 22nd, customers at the Walker and Division roads store will be asked if they would like to make a $2 donation at the checkout when purchasing goods.

If you don;t have plans to go to Home Depot, you can donate online at www.orangedoorproject.ca. If donating online, people are being asked to be sure to select the Walker and Division store “Fund #7228” in the drop-down menu so that their donation benefits WRYM. They may also leave a note regarding their donation.

“All of this comes primarily through the generosity of our local community,” said WRYM Director of Fundraising Dave Freeman on Wednesday, “and so we have partnered with The Home Depot again for the Orange Door campaign. They have been a wonderful supporter and partner of ours over the years and we are hoping that again the Windsor community will rise to the occasion and help us to raise money for this important cause.”

Through its holiday season fundraisers, including the Orange Door Campaign, WRYM is trying to raise $16,000 – that’s the yearly cost of assisting two homeless young men to build new lives.

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