Money raised will help Serenity House in meeting its commitment to supporting, educating and empowering individuals and their families who are living with a progressive life-threatening illness. Those services are provided through dedicated staff, volunteers and community partners.
Are they looking for volunteers at Serenity House? “Definitely,” says Cindy, “right now we need people to do data inputting, and there is a big need for practitioners who offer much needed services like massage and reflexology therapy. Clients often have to wait more than a month.” Currently, Serenity House provides services to over 200 people in Elgin County, and the number is steadily increasing.
Mark Girdauskas was on hand Sunday to snap some photos of the enthusiastic hikers and event volunteers. Says Mark, “Ellen Brekelmans raised $3,200 and couldn’t have been happier for all the donations she received.”