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Bulldogs Giving Back
Submitted By Shannon Gardiner on Thursday, November 5, 2020
The holiday season is almost here and we wanted to take some time to offer those who can, an opportunity to give back to their community during this wonderful time of year.   

Instead of organizing this through teams, we are encouraging those that are able to check out this list of friends in Bradford are in need of some holiday cheer  ctministries.ca.   If you are interested in helping someone on the list, please email [email protected]  or Amy Lynn at [email protected]

We felt that despite the pandemic everyone needs some joy this holiday season so we wanted to figure out a way to still help out – this will be our second year doing this and last year was a HUGE success.  Every person on the list was able to receive a gift at Christmas.    If you need help with wrapping the presents and delivering them, Amy and some wonderful volunteers will take care of this for you. 


If you don't have time to shop but would still like to be involved, you can go to ctministries.ca    website and click on the donation link and we will do the shopping for you!  You can let us know if there is someone specific you would like us to shop for and we'll put your first name on the card.


If you have any questions or if you'd like to adopt someone, we're here to help.  Please note that emails will be checked every evening.  We ask that you wait to hear back from us before purchasing any items just to make sure there weren't any multiple requests to adopt the same people.  Thanks for your patience, kindness and support!






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