Overview

We are looking for volunteers to assist us with collecting household items for Paspew House in Fort Chipewyan.   The donation drive will be held at Superstore downtown on November 4, 2017 and we will have a collection table inside.

Paspew House is a women’s emergency shelter owned and operated by the Mikisew Cree First Nation.  The shelter had 8 beds and is located in the hamlet of Fort Chipewyan.  The shelter opened in 1992.  The shelter does a lot of violence prevention awareness work and arts and crafts geared towards women talking together.

Please use the signup link:

http://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e084fa9af29a6f49-paspew

About Waypoints

Waypoints Sexual Assault & Abuse Program provides support and advocacy, counselling, and education to children, women and men in the Wood Buffalo Region. Services are free of charge and are open to all people, regardless of ethnicity, faith, gender, culture, age, or sexual orientation. Waypoints also reaches and supports our outlying communities through our domestic violence outreach teams! These teams consist of a case worker and a counselor who provide services and supports throughout the region. These services include, but are not limited to; information and referrals to people affected by family violence,and connecting people affected by family violence to community resources.  Providing assistance and advocacy to clients who have experienced difficulties accessing community services.