Age they say is just a number, but it becomes only a mere number when the emotional, physical and mental wellbeing of our seniors is taken care of. Age becomes only a number when our seniors are secure in the knowledge that their needs are being taken care of. PICS is actively fundraising to ensure that our seniors battling aging issues have a cultural sensitive home where they can spend the last phase of their lives in a warm, comfortable environment, a home where they once again start to believe that age is simply a number.
Dear PICS Friends and associates, We are pleased to announce that the work on the multicultural extended seniors care home has begun! We are working diligently towards applying for rezoning of the land through City Hall. The following professionals have been hired to work on this exciting project: Concost Managements Inc. (CONCOSTS) Matt K. Weber, AScT, PQS Vice President & Director Ciccozzi Architecture Inc. Robert Ciccozzi, Architect AIBC, AIA, AAA Principal-in-Charge McElhanney Consutling Services Ltd. James Pernu, MSc Project Manager / Senior Planner From August 1st, 2015 and onwards, our monthly expenses will rise to approximately $35,000 per month. We would appreciate all of our friends and associates to generously donate so we can carry on and complete the project by early 2018. This is a project for the community and a survey recently performed by PICS clearly demonstrates that the extended seniors care home is urgently needed. It’s impossible [...]
When making your next donation, please consider the Harmony House - Transition housing program providing immigrant women and children a safe place to heal from domestic violence in a non-judgmental and secure living environment. Items in High Demand New Television set New Treadmill House plants Four matching dining chairs New Vacuum cleaner New furniture ( end tables, chest of drawers, new bed and mattress) New fridge New kitchen appliances non-perishable food Any non-perishable food and smaller items can be dropped off at the PICS head office. For larger items please make arrangements for pick up, considering the confidentiality of the location. Please contact Sadia Sameeullah by email firstname.lastname@example.org Your cooperation is much appreciated. Thank you!
Sadly, a devastating 7.9 magnitude earthquake recently struck Nepal killing nearly 5,000 people and injuring over 8,000. Thousands more people were left homeless and have nowhere to live right now because their homes were damaged. The earthquake destroyed buildings and roads and caused destruction on a massive scale. We are asking you to donate money and encourage your family, friends and associates to contribute to our efforts to help these victims. We are donating all proceeds to the Red Cross relief efforts there. Donation closed. Thank you for your help.