Communities in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley are welcoming a new face for the Christmas season.
Middleton resident, Sandra Barr is excited to be working for an organization that once offered her help and hope when she needed it most.
Through her personal experience with The Salvation Army, Sandra's volunteer service preparing Christmas hampers for families and individuals in Bridgetown, and her past work experience make her the perfect fit for the Community and Family Services provided across Middleton, Bridgetown, Digby and surrounding areas.
Bridgetown Corps Officer Major Paul Blake says, "Sandra is well suited to this role; she naturally helps others while offering compassion and encouragement and she also understands the needs of our communities." Sandra works for H&R Block during tax season and, in the past, worked with Efficiency Nova Scotia. She sought help from The Salvation Army when this contract came to an end.
Sandra says, "The support offered through The Salvation Army is often above and beyond what many people expect; it's true community support when needed the most. I am thrilled to be a part of the hope that many individuals and families receive through the work of this organization.” #givinghopetoday#salvationarmy#communitybuilding#communitysupport#ThriftStores#AnnapolisValley#compassion#encouragement
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