My daughter is now aware of the support available to her
“I was inspired to support Kids Help Phone after hearing a presentation by a local Kids Help Phone staff member. At the time Sobeys was looking for a local champion in the Moncton area and I leapt at the opportunity! I was single and had no kids but felt an emotional connection to youth and the support that Kids Help Phone could provide them.
I have been a very active volunteer, supporting the Walk by providing volunteer support to the committee, financial support through fundraising at my local Sobeys stores, as well as being a “face” in the community.
This year I am a member of the Moncton Walk Committee, but beyond this work I am focusing of the fundraising efforts of my staff at the Sobeys stores throughout the Moncton, Riverview and Dieppe area.”
Natasha, Moncton, NB
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