CNIB Holiday Wreaths Program Supports Christmas Party for Blind Kids

Every year at about this time I choose to support one non-profit organization. I choose a non-profit organization that does great work in the community and helps people meet their potential. In the past I have supported (and actually still support) the Union Gospel Mission, the Salvation Army, the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau and many of the small non-profit organizations that help the less-fortunate people of the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver.

However this year I am asking, rather I am imploring people to help me by supporting the CNIB this season. The CNIB are selling holiday wreaths (that is the politically correct term for what everyone else would call a Christmas wreath) in an effort to raise funds to be used for the Christmas party that they host for kids who are blind.

As soon as I read that the funds were going to be used to help blind kids, my heart melted and I put my order in for a Christmas Wreath for my girls’ grandmother’s house. Do you have it in your heart to help some kids have a Christmas Party? I think you do.


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