Lotus Light Covid-19 Community Caring Drive Continues Supporting Vulnerable Groups
Lotus Light Charity Society’s Covid-19 Community Caring Drive continues to partner with grocery stores and other partners to distribute much needed food and supplies to impoverished families and individuals every week.
In mid-March, Lotus Light donated thousands of non-perishable food and supplies to low-income families’ service organizations and charities, including Aboriginal Shelter, Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre Society, Kettle Society, Chief Maquinna Elementary School, Food Bank on Wheels Society,Transit Police Homeless Program, and community policing centres.
Donated items included boxed cereals, granola and fruit bars, applesauce, juice, biscuits, fruit snacks, ketchup, instant noodles, chocolates, women’s cosmetics, fabric masks, and more.
Although the province’s distribution of Covid-19 vaccines is ongoing, the 7-day rolling average number of Covid-19 cases in BC has been the highest since mid-January. Given the need to maintain restrictions in face of the pandemic, the Lotus Light Covid-19 relief program continues to help vulnerable groups impacted by the pandemic, in conjunction with our generous corporate sponsors, community partners, and volunteers.
Lotus Light Charity Society thanks all corporate and individual sponsors for their monetary and in-kind donations, and also thanks partner organizations and all volunteers for their support. Lotus Light Charity Society website: http://vllcs.org, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, government charity registration number: BN 14110- 4893-RR0001.