Dining Out For Life Event Date:
April 24, 2014
Dine out to help those in crisis in Kamloops!
ASK invites you to become a part of a positive movement that will assist those in your community who are in crisis.
ASK provides numerous services and programs to individuals whose lives are impacted by homelessness, addiction, mental health and health issues such as HIV/AIDS in Kamloops/Merritt and the surrounding areas. All of the funds raised from this event will be used to directly benefit those who live in YOUR community. By providing a range of programs that support people to move from Streets→ Homes→ Health→ Employment, ASK Wellness believes people can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to gain hope and independence. Each dollar or item donated goes directly to support this goal without any adminstrative fee or charge. At ASK Wellness we pride ourselves in ensuring each dollar donated goes directly to meeting clients needs.
Watch and share the video highlighting the event produced by SHAW TV: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5E19OOXVG8
Supporting us is easy. Simply dine at a participating restaurant for breakfast, lunch, and/or dinner, and 25% of your food bill goes directly to ASK Wellness Centre!
So please dine out on April 24 and help those in your community live a better life. It's guaranteed to be the most satisfying meal you'll have all year! Visit http://askwellness.sitecm.com/?page_id=73 for more information about ASK and its initiatives or call Cheryl at 250-376-7558 x 226.
ABOUT ASK...ASK Wellness (Kamloops AIDS Society) is a local agency that is dedicated to helping those in need in our community locally or globally. The mandate of ASK has broadened to include providing awareness, education, advocacy, housing, and support related to HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C, marginalization and persons at risk, in order to develop healthier communities. Following the agencies guiding principles of harm reduction, client centered and social justice; the staff and volunteers of ASK are involved in addressing the needs of our communities' most vulnerable population.