2014 Females Fore Females Golf Day for Adsum

Limks at Montague and Adsum for Women & Children
Adsum for Women & Children
Taste of Nova Scotia
Taste of Nova Scotia tasting Hole with NSCC chefs
Veuve Clicquot
Kitchen Design Plus
Tempo Food + Drink
Fifth Avenue Collection from Licia Elder
Marsh-Knickle Psychological Services Inc.
Jax of C100 thanks Sponsor Rogers Communications
Sheri Lecker Adsum for Women & Children
Jax of C100
Taste of Nova Scotia Team
Wilson Fuel Co Ltd. Team
NS Signature Resorts & Westin NS Team
Collins Barrow Team
WPS Canada Inc Team
Keller Williams Select Realty team
Dominica Bona and Kerry Maher at the Veuve Clicquot Hole
Taste of Nova Scotia
Louise O'Haran and Bonnita Mitchell of Kitchen Design Plus
Bob Chan and Diamond Estates
Kerry Maher
Taste of NS celebrating on the green
Taste of NS all smiles
Westin NS and NS Signature Resorts team
Moya Farrell of C100 Breakfast Club
Thanks to the beautiful Links at Montague

On Wednesday, September 10th at Links at Montague women of all golfing levels from brand new to seasoned golfers supported Adsum at a wonderful day of Golf.

Our wonderful sponsors at each Hole and for prizes allowed everyone to have a fabulous day and leave with full bellies, armloads of gifts and a big smile. Almost $12,000 was raised for Adsum at the First Annual Females Fore Females for Adsum.

Thank you to sponsors, participants and volunteers for a wonderful event.

Photographs done by Leigh Beauchamp Day.

Housing Support Worker Initiative

Positive change for clients - in finding housing, accessing services and feeling empowered - is one of the key findings of an evaluation of the Housing Support Worker initiative. Adsum, along with six other community organizations, is a partner in this work. The initiative was started as a pilot project in 2011 in partnership with the Department of Community Services. The goal was to work directly with people in emergency shelters or potentially at risk of entering the shelter system to help them secure and maintain appropriate housing.

Making a difference - Business Voice June 2014

Making a difference; Non-profits make our city a better place to live

"We have the HR side of things, the expenditures, generating revenue. The difference is that instead of generating a profit, we're trying to always arrive at zero - having provided quality service that responds to the needs of the people we're working with." Sheri Lecker; Executive Director

http://thechronicleherald.ca/sites/default/files/flip-book/zip/BVjune2014/index.html#/22/

25th Annual Successful Canadian Women's Dinner

Canadian Tire Jumpstart donates $50,000 to Adsum for Women & Children
Halifax Canadian Tire Dealers with Sally Armstrong

On October 23 Adsum for Women & Children held the 25th Annual Successful Canadian Women's Dinner and honoured Sally Armstrong; human rights activist, journalist and author.

A full house of past and new supporters and sponsors enjoyed the silent auction, dinner and received an inspiring and warm story from Sally.

Thank you to our sponsors, all attendees, volunteers and the organizing committee for an amazing evening and for raising lots of money to provide services and programs to those experiencing homelessness.

Brian Barton, Bedbug Detectives awarded Outstanding Small Business Philanthropist Award by MPA

Sniffing Out The Many Great Ways the Community Supports Us

We’re always amazed at the unique ways people support us. We’d thought we’d seen and heard all the most unusual expressions of generosity until we met Brian Barton.

Two years ago we were introduced to Brian Barton, owner of Bed Bug Detectives, a company that specializes in bed bug prevention and control in Atlantic Canada.

Since meeting Adsum, Brian has donated countless hours of volunteer time and services to our organization, with FREE bi-monthly inspections in our locations.

Location

Maritime Philanthropy Awards
Halifax
Canada

Client Support Workers (part-time and casual positions available)

JOB DESCRIPTION

Title: Client Support Workers (part time and casual needed)

Reports to: Social Work Coordinator

Located at: 2421 Brunswick Street, Halifax

Hours of work: 16 hours per week and 16 hours per two weeks, overnights and 11 am – 7 pm with ability to work other shifts that become available (illness, vacation, etc.)

Casual employees needed, as well, to work flexible hours, often on short notice.

25th Annual Successful Canadian Women's Dinner

Thursday, October 23, 2014 - 18:00

On October 23, Adsum for Women & Children will honour Sally Armstrong as our 25th Successful Canadian Woman at our Annual Dinner.

Adsum Team in Bluenose Marathon

Team Bro Bluenose Brothers

Raising money to support the work of Adsum for Women & Children, staff, volunteers and Adsum friends come together to do community BBQs, get sponsorship and then enjoy Race Days as a Team.

In 2016 we had 3 teams of 54 people, all ages, running and walking for Adsum. We particpated in all races, the Active Living Expo and at a Cheering Station making it an amazing weekend for all of our friends and clients.

Thank you for raising $57,000 for our work in the last 4 years. See you in 2017.

www.bluenosemarathon.com

Females Fore Females Golf Day

Wednesday, September 10, 2014 - 10:00 to 19:00

Join in the fun at our new fundraiser Females Fore Females Golf Day on Sept. 10.

This will be a full day, for ladies only, with 2 hours of lessons for all levels of players, Lunch, a 9 Hole Best Ball Tournament, Dinner and lots of swag and an entry gift and prize opportunities for everyone.

Being held at Links at Montague in Dartmouth.

Dr. Gabrielle Horne; Adsum Board of Director

This year's Innovation In Practice finalists prove that a single innovation can make all the difference.

Against all Odds

Dr. Gabrielle Horne's corrective tissue clinic is saving lives but it's teh corporate structure that has colleagues turning heads.

http://digital.progressmedia.ca/Vizion5/viewer.aspx?id=46&pageld=1

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