I have the privilege to network in the community and talk about the important work our organization does. In doing so, I’ve realized that often people know about our magnificent building that we call The Treehouse, but they don’t really know what goes on within its walls.
The Treehouse Newsletter is a good way to outreach to our community, create awareness about community living and advocate for inclusion. We, at Semiahmoo House Society, would like to share the real life stories of the people we support and how their participation in our programs alters their lives for the better and forever. Also, we want to tell you about the caring, loving and dedicated people who support them and our organization; they are our donors, sponsors, families, members of the board and employees.
It’s important that these stories are timely and relevant. Therefore, we return to our quarterly edition to be published in January, April, July and October of each year. We would be grateful if you could help us spread the word by distributing the Treehouse to as many people as you know. You can do this electronically or if your contact requires a printed copy, please contact us.
By Louise Tremblay, The Semiahmoo Foundation
Semiahmoo House Society, a non-profit organization located in Surrey/White Rock, exists to provide quality services and supports to people with disabilities and their families in the community.
The Semiahmoo Foundation, located in Surrey/White Rock, exists to fund, support and enhance the programs and services delivered by Semiahmoo House Society.