100 Men offer assistance – again
Carey Me is the latest donation recipient from the men’s group
100 Men Annapolis Valley recently presented donations to a charity that benefits people in the area.
Carey Me was given $ 8,800 during a recent 100 Men Annapolis Valley meeting and further contributions are expected to exceed $ 10,000. Members who were not able to attend can send their cheques directly to the charity.
Carey Me – Supporting Palliative Care in the Home is a charitable fund that provides financial assistance to individuals in the Annapolis Valley who choose to be cared for by family and loved ones and pass away in the comfort of their own home. Carey Me is administered by the Valley Regional Hospital Foundation.
Funding assists special feeds, medication, in- home equipment rental, oxygen, respite care, ambulance fees and other medical supplies.
The local 100 Men group has 160 registered members and are working towards the goal of 200 men. In one hour, they help local charities, learn more about the community and socialize.
During their September meeting, they raised a total of $11,800 for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
100 Men Annapolis Valley recently donated $8,800 to Carey Me – Supporting Palliative Care in the Home. Making the cheque presentation was Zack Morse, of 100 Men, to Carey Me’s Marilynn Carey.