Adsum Announces 2012 Successful Canadian Women Honorees

Adsum for Women & Children will honour three extraordinary Canadian women during its 23rd Annual Successful Canadian Women’s Dinner. The event, which will take place at Pier 21 on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012, celebrates the efforts and achievements of remarkable Canadian women. This year, we will recognize the work of three women who are making a difference in the lives of women, children and youth on an international scale.

Craig Sampson

More than a decade ago, Craig Sampson visited Adsum House as part of a volunteer group from NSCC. The work of Adsum left such an impression on Craig that he organized a group of volunteers to come to Adsum House the next Christmas to help with our gift wrapping day and prepare a feast of turkey and all of the fixings for our residents, staff and volunteers.

Adsum's 5th Annual Blooming Tea Raises More than $6,000!

The fifth annual Blooming Tea presented by The Prince George Hotel on March 22 has raised more than $6,000 for Adsum. The nearly 200 people who attended were treated to tea, delicious sweets and sandwiches, great music and a fashion show. Thanks to the unusually warm weather guests were even able to enjoy time on the hotel's beautiful roof-top patio.

This year's fashion show highlighted spring accessory trends and featured pieces from Biscuit, Black Market, Grimsmo, Pink Mascara, Pretty Things Boutique, Sock It To Ya and Splurge.

Adsum to Offer Drop-In Laundry and Shower Facilities for Women in the Community

Adsum is excited to be opening a new Drop In space at the Alders - our supportive housing building at 2380 Gottingen Street in Halifax. Since opening last spring the Alders has been home to up to 12 women and children. Beginning this Wednesday we are making our laundry facilities and a shower available to women in the community.

Adsum Receives More than $20,000 from Shoppers Drug Mart Tree of Life Campaign

Thanks to the combined efforts of Shoppers Drug Mart, its employees and its customers, women, children and female youth will have even greater access to shelter, services and programming through Adsum for Women & Children.  Supporting women’s whole health in body, mind and spirit, Shoppers Drug Mart’s 2011 Tree of Life fundraising campaign raised more than $20,000 for Adsum for Women and Children.

2014 Blooming Tea

Thursday, March 20, 2014 - 14:00

Please join us for the Seventh Annual Blooming Tea in support of Adsum for Women & Children at The Prince George Hotel.

Enjoy a wonderful afternoon of tea, great food, friends, fabulous prizes and more. Stay tuned for more details!

Tickets $30

To purchase tickets please call (902) 423-5049 or email adsum@adsumforwomen.org

 

Many thanks to presenting sponsor The Prince George Hotel!

 

 

 

Mystery Art Raises More Than $12,000

Last week's Mystery Art Show & Sale at FRED. was a huge success. A great group of people came out, viewed the artwork and lined up for their chance to purchase their favourite pieces. By the end of the evening more than $12,000 was raised for Adsum - funds that will be used to directly support the hundreds of women and children who use our services each year. Thank you to everyone who attended this year's event and to the many artists who donated such wonderful pieces to the show.

The Mystery Art Show Has Begun!

Over the weekend, staff at FRED. hung all of the amazing art that has been donated to Adsum over the past few months for our Mystery Art Show & Sale. More than 60 pieces are featured including oils, watercolours, acrylics, mixed media and more! Come out this week to FRED.  to see the works in person or check out some of the photos online here or on our Facebook page.

Canadian Tire Surprises Adsum with $50,000 Donation

During the Successful Canadian Women's Dinner earlier this month, Adsum for Women & Children was surprised and thrilled to receive a cheque for $50,000 from Steve Mann on behalf of the eight Halifax Canadian Tire Dealers and Canadian Tire Jumpstart.  The Halifax Dealers have been tremendous supporters of Adsum and its work for more than a decade and have, over the years, donated more than half a million dollars to the organization.

Successful Canadian Women's Dinner a Great Success!

At a dinner held earlier this month Pier 21, Adsum for Women and Children honoured Annette Verschuren, a native Nova Scotian whose early experiences in this province inspired her to attend St.

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