The Lotus Light Charity Society relies on financial and in-kind donations from individuals and corporate supporters to support Lotus Light Charity Society services and programs in Social Assistance, Education, Medical Assistance and Cultural Awareness, such as Lotus Light Charity Scholarship, Lotus Light Annual Winter Charity Drive, Annual Rice Donation, etc. The Lotus Light Charity Society welcomes public donation where big or small!
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LOTUS LIGHT CHARITY SOCIETY
#200-357 Hastings Street East
Vancouver, B.C. V6A 1P3
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Lotus Light Charity Society Volunteers present BC Fire Appeal fund to Red Cross The 2107 BC wild fire becomes the worst on record. The B.C. Wildfire Service confirms the province is experiencing the worst wildfire season on record. Wildfire Service information officer Kevin Skrepnek says an estimated 894,941 hectares of land has been charred in B.C….
PRESS RELEASE – July 24, 2017 Lotus Light Continued Fundraising at Save-On-Foods for BC Wild Fire Victims LLCS Vancouver volunteer teams again were actively fundraising at different high-traffic venues in Vancouver for victims of BC Wildfires. Last Saturday, July 22nd, Lotus Light members fund-raised at Save-On-Foods Cambie St & Broadway. LLCS’s BC Fire Appeal was…
PRESS RELEASE – July 17, 2017 Lotus Light Holds Emergency Fundraising as Difficult BC Fire Crisis Continues As B.C. enters its third week of wildfire crisis so massive that thick smoke and haze is visible from NASA space images, almost 40,000 people have been forced to flee their homes as firefighters, first responders and support…