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We Give Back
How do we change the world ? One single act of kindness at a time…Help a homeless youth this Christmas.
We hope to assemble at least 100 backpacks to distribute at Christmas to youth in need. Thank you to Green Thumb Landscaping for leading the support for youth and Kids in the Hall Bistro, together they are collecting donations from the community to create Youth Christmas CarePacks for homeless and at risk youth.
Please drop off your donation with us at Handyman Connection. Donation items could include:
Backpack, Socks, Toiletries, Flashlight, Wash Cloth, Lip balm, Hand Sanitizer, Hoodie, Sunglasses, Travel Cup, T-shirt, Shoes, Band-aids, School supplies, Blankets, Bottled water, Gloves, Scarves, Hats, Umbrella, Wet wipes, Hand warmers, Bus tickets or even cash donations.
For more information please visit: youthcarepacks.ca
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Darren arrived to our home on time, quickly assessed the the plumping work we wanted done and provided a reasonable estimate which we agreed to. He then quickly did the install doing a neat and tidy job. We are very pleased with the service we received.
Jim was excellant , on time , kept everything clean and contained. I would definitely use your services again and would recommend.
all good, no issues
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