Princeton & District Community Services salute volunteers

We are very grateful to those who volunteer in our programs and assist us in providing the services that support vulnerable individuals.

As the snow disappears and spring flowers are showing the first signs of life, we take the opportunity to honour our volunteers for their contributions.  They are much like the signs of spring – cheery, bright, fresh and very welcome in our lives!  We are very grateful to those who volunteer in our programs and assist us in providing the services that support vulnerable individuals.  Our successes would be fewer without their assistance.

We also want to acknowledge the many other volunteers in our community, those hard working folks who contribute many hours of their time to ensure our community flourishes.  Thanks to these volunteers, our organization has been the recipient of a number of generous donations that will enable us to enhance our services.  The volunteers that are involved with organizations such as Crisis Assistance, the Hospital Auxiliary, Lion’s Club, OAP #185, Fish & Game Club, Princeton Arts Council and the Princeton Golf Course (just to name a few) have assisted in the fundraising efforts that support our programs and many other community projects and non-profit organizations.  Volunteering is hard work and requires dedication and commitment.  It is fitting that “Volunteer Week” is an officially recognized time to show appreciation for these individuals!

Several individuals have also assisted us over the past year, giving freely of their time, creativity and financial assistance.  We can’t thank you enough for all you’ve done.  Groceries for our New Beginnings Program, donations for the Adult Day Program bazaar, tickets for cultural events, bottles and cash for our men’s program and plants and flowers to celebrate the seasons have been generously provided by thoughtful individuals and greatly appreciated by our clients and staff.

Please accept our sincere thanks for a job well done!  We are most appreciative.