Little House Society is hoping South Delta residents will give a little back next Tuesday.
Little House is one of several South Delta organizations that will be hosting events or activities as part of Giving Tuesday on Nov. 27.
Following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday has grown in popularity the past few years as a day where charities hold events and/or create giving campaigns to raise funds.
Joni Wright, executive director of Little House, said this is the first time the organization has participated in the Giving Tuesday initiative.
“We thought it would allow us to raise our profile and take advantage of any fundraising opportunity that we can,” said Wright. “We’re having an open house because still after all these years, there are so many in the community who have no idea what Little House does, or who we are.”
The open house will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Residents will have a chance to tour the facility, learn about the programs and also sign up for a membership, which is $20 a year.
Little House Society is a non-profit organization located at 5061-12th Ave. in Tsawwassen.
For more than 30 years, Little House has been a place of support and hope for those touched by substance use disorder. Little House provides a safe place for group recovery meetings, individual counselling, group therapy and workshops.
Learn more at: www.littlehousesociety.ca.
Other Delta groups participating in Giving Tuesday include: BC & Alberta Guide Dogs, Burns Bog Conservation Foundation, Burns Bog Conservation Society, Canadian Network of Ministries to Muslims, Dan’s Legacy, Delta Gymnastics Society, Delta Hospital Foundation, Deltassist Family and Community Services, Earthwise Society, OWL Orphaned Wildlife Rehab Society, Reach Child & Youth Development Society, Southpointe Academy and Drizzle Environmental Society.