A number of Lanark County Interval House’s programs and services are funded by community partners and events right here in Lanark County. We would like to give special thanks to all our community partners—thank you for working with us to end violence against women and their children!
(Please note that this page is always changing as we thank our community partners & sponsors!)
Ray Maclaren & the staff at the Carleton Place Giant Tiger continues to support LCIH’s mission and values. Giant Tiger regularly donates boxes full of new clothes to be sold again in our As Good As New store. The monies earned from these sales d
irectly benefit the women and children who use our services. Thank you!
In 2011 and 2012, Shoppers Drug Mart, Smiths Falls, chose Lanark County Interval House for its Tree of Life fundraiser. We thank Shoppers for supporting women’s charities and for supporting Lanark County Interval House. The store also donated several boxes of supplies and personal hygiene products to the shelter. Thank you Shoppers Drug Mart.
At the end of March 2011, Lanark County Interval House received a generous donation of $3700 from the
Canadian Women’s Foundation, which in turn, had been raised by the Daughters of Penelope. Thank you to both of these wonderful non-profit organizations for their support!
|Thanks to the sponsors of the Shelter from the Storm campaign – www.shelterfromthestorm.ca|
|Thanks to Royal LePage for creating the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation. And for making ongoing support of women’s shelters across the nation a priority. We are grateful their support directly to Lanark County Interval House!|
We want to send a huge thank you to the organizers of the Kids Are Super Gala held in Nepean October 27, 2012. The proceeds went to the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation and were then split between Lanark County Interval House and La Maison d’amite. The proceeds were enhanced by the Scotiabank Employee Volunteer program. We would also like to thank IBM. IBM also has an employee volunteering grant and LCIH was the fortunate recipient of it through the Kids Are Super Gala. Thank you to everyone involved in this fantastic event. It was a huge success for both the children who attended and our shelter!
In the spring of 2011, LCIH benefitted once again from the thoughtful staff at our local Scotiabank branches (in Carleton Place, Smiths Falls, Perth, and Lanark). Staff worked together to donate an assortment of new toiletries for women and children in need, as well as a $270 cash donation. Thank you for your support!
We thank the Perth & District Community Foundation for its support with our teen program, Could this be Love. With this donation, we have been able to reach hundreds of teens from highschools across the region to discuss healthy relationships and have been able to bring all the teens together for one-day conferences.
Vickie’s Specialty Shop in Smiths Falls is a long-time friend and supporter Lanark County Interval House and of our As Good As New Store in Carleton Place. She sends us fantastic, high quality clothing, jewellery, accessories and even decorations for the home. We thank Vickie for her support.
Bella Women’s Boutique in Bells Corners sends lovely women’s clothing and accessories to the As Good As New Store in Carleton Place. These donations help us run our day-to-day shelter and outreach programs through the funds generated from this merchandise. Thanks to Bella’s for the support!
Jo’s Clothes has been supporting us from Beautiful Perth Ontario. This consignment store regularly sends high-end shoes, accessories and clothing in a wide range of sizes for us to sell to raise funds for the shelter.
Since its inception, The Hub Rebound “Re-use It Centre” has been helping women who leave our shelter furnish their new living spaces and each woman receives a basket of necessities from the Hub. Just one more wonderful way that The Hub continues to support Lanark County Interval House. We are grateful for the financial support that the Hub provides to fund shelter services. Thank you!
The Almonte Quilters’ Guild continues to surprise the women and children who live at our shelter with beautiful homemade donated quilts. What admirable donations: stunning handmade quilts sewn by women for women! Learn more about the Quilters’ Guild here!
Read’s Book Shop supports LCIH in a number of ways: hosting our annual Take Back the Night reception, selling our products in the Shop, participating in our Women’s Fair, and repeatedly donating silent auction items to our various events! Thank you for your continued support!
A huge thank-you to the owners & staff at Carleton Place Canadian Tire for their ongoing support and contributions.
Lanark Lodge, the long-term care home owned and operated by the County of Lanark, continues to hold regular fundraisers on behalf of Lanark County Interval House. Thank you for choosing our services to support!
The staff at the Perth Hydro One office enthusiastically sell out of our women’s fair raffle tickets every year—in addition to support LCIH through external fundraisers and more! Thank you and we look forward to working together further in the future!
The OutGrow OutPlay sales graciously donated leftover children’s clothing for sale in our As Good As New Thift Store in Carleton Place. This large donation raised many funds that put towards children’s needs here at the shelter and in our Outreach programs.
Thank you to Louise Parry and the gals of Zumba Fun Fit for hosting a number of annual fundraisers on behalf of LCIH! Ditch the routine and join the party with Zumba fitness and Louise! Check out www.zumbafunfit.com to see schedules, prices, and learn more about this fun dance craze!
Carleton Place’s Mississippi Squares Club continues to support Lanark County Interval House with annual donations and yes, square dancing shows (they even had our staff dancing at a recent staff family BBQ!) Thank you for your continued support! Hats off to you!
A sincere thank you must be shared with the Reverend David Andrew and the parishioners of St. James Anglican Church in Carleton Place. The Church recently donated a very generous $2000 towards Lanark County Interval House’s programs and services. What a beautiful gift!