The Lord Lascellees Chamber of IODE Alberta out of Lacombe is hoping to help raising $100,00 for the work being done by Alberta Council of Womens Shelters. (Photo submitted)

Lacombe IODE chapter supports Alberta Council of Womens Shelters

Lord Lascelles Chapter looking to raise $100,000 for children exposed to domestic violence

The Lord Lascellees Chamber of IODE Alberta out of Lacombe is hoping to help raising $100,00 for the work being done by Alberta Council of Womens Shelters.

The financial support from IODE Canada, which is national womens charitable organization that focuses on education, children and community services, will go to help children exposed to to domestic violence.

Valerie Braden, president of IODE Alberta, is excited to support this cause.

“IODE Alberta is a proud supporter of Alberta Council of Womens Shelters work with children since 1995. Our fundraising goal this year builds on this support and we know that Albertans will help us to reach this goal to get children traumatized by domestic violence the high-quality supports they need to begin healing,” she said.

To support this project, you can make a donation by cheque or money order Lord Lascelles Chapter – IODE. Lacombe Alberta/ C/o Marilyn Cameron – Treasurer. 143 Parkland Acres. Lacombe, AB. T4L 15&.

IODE said any donations will make a difference.

-With files from IODE Alberta

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