It has been a busy couple of months for Ourhouse and we are happy to report our open house was a great success. We had an anonymous donor drop by and give a donation of $15,700.00 to kick off our up and coming FillthePill campaign . Our 2nd annual campaign will launch October 1st.
We are excited to announce that the Valley Credit Union has agreed to partner with Ourhouse and will be participating in our campaign as both bottle pick up and drop off location depots.
We look forward to another successful campaign and with your support we hope to super exceed last years contribution of $25,000.00.
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In 1997, it was to my great good fortune that by the grace of God and a 12 step program I was able to recover from the disease of addiction.
This experience opened my eyes to the frightening reality that not all addicts were able to recover in the same manner and many were dying trying.
It was through this revelation a vision was born and a home for healing was inspired. A place where women could feel safe, accepted and loved unconditionally. Where the transformation from ordinary to extraordinary could happen and help give meaning and purpose to their pain and suffering, equipping the women to carry a message of hope, faith and recovery to others caught in the web of addiction.
We have limited the campaign to 5 key sponsors this year
Your company logo on our website (ourhouserecovery.org) and campaign registration site (fillthepill.ca). Your logo with link to your company website on the footer of every one of our campaign emails that go out. We will be sending a monthly newsletter as well as registration confirmations and fundraising tips to each of those people who sign up for the pill bottle campaign. An announcement post on our social media about your support. Opportunity to have a pill bottle display at your business.
To inquire about becoming a sponsor email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our House Recovery is located in the peaceful community of Waterville, Nova Scotia which is situated in the beautiful Annapolis Valley often referred to as God’s country.
Our commitment as a non-profit ministry is to accommodate ten women and provide cost-free care to ensure there is no added financial burden placed upon them.
Many women today looking for help have already been through a variety of treatment facilities with unsuccsessful long term results. We are committed and focused on providing programming that will help them reach their full potential and recognize their self-worth. The wisdom gained through the teaching of God’s word nurtures the women and begins to develop the faith necessary to heal and permanently stop their destructive behaviours and equips them to carry a message of hope to others.
… is to restore hope through the love of God and bring freedom to women with addictions by renewing their lives through spiritual, physical and mental transformation.
Our House Recovery is committed to being a highly respected ministry in pursuit of truth and victory that will forever transform the lives of generations to come.