Daybreak April/May Newsletter

Posted: April 30 - 2012

Soles 4 Souls has attracted the attention of Christie Clark, Premier of BC and Laureen Harper, wife of our Canadian Prime Minister, and in Nelson, it attracted support from Jackie Nedelec who volunteered to serve in a second year as organizer for the local campaign.

She gathered up many of her friends as possible to help, but also called on the Rotary Club of Nelson Day-break members to help. Another international service project!

Soles 4 Souls is a Nashville based charity that has distributed over 17 million shoes to 127 countries. There are regularly scheduled distribution trips to coun-tries such as Haiti and India and volunteers may partici-pate.

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