Legion continues SOS support

Society of Organized Services gets a helping hand from veterans

Society of Organized Services board member Candy Ashbridge (left) and founder Edith Chamberlayne

The Society of Organized Services Caring for Kids at Christmas program gets a healthy boost from one of its long-time friends, Qualicum Branch 76 Legion.

One of the founders of SOS, Edith Chamberlayne  and Candy Ashbridge (SOS Director) accepted the generous gift from John Humphrey, Legion President.

Mrs. Chamberlayne noted that the first cheque donation to SOS was from the Legion back in 1968.

This latest donation is a large step toward this program’s financial need, however there is still a long way to go.

If you can, please consider giving to this very worthy community program.

Call 250-248-2093 for donation information or drop by 245 West Hirst Avenue in Parksville.


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