NeighbourLink Sarnia-Lambton is pleased to welcome
as the new Executive Director of NeighbourLink Sarnia-Lambton.
She will be replacing longtime
director Liz Dowswell.
Her duties will begin winter of 2016.
Thanks to all who have shown interest and applied for the position.
NEIGHBOURLINK IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE WE NOW HAVE A SECOND DROP OFF LOCATION FOR DONATIONS OF DRY GOODS FOR OUR NEIGHBOURLINK PANTRY.
STATE FARM INSURANCE
914 MURPHY ROAD
DROP OFF TIMES
MONDAY - FRIDAY
9 AM - 5 PM
NeighbourLink Sarnia-Lambton is a network of Christian churches that bridges the needs of individuals in the community with available resources through love in action,educationand advocacy.
NeighbourLink Sarnia-Lambton is a local help line which mobilizes hundreds of volunteers from 25 local churches to work together to respond to the needs of their Lambton County neighbours.
We are currently looking for donations of peanut free school snacks, as well as canned meat, fish, and vegetables.
A bag of dry goods are offered when callers are not eligible to return to any of the local food banks when they call for food assistance.
In these difficult times, many of us have the deep desires to help our neighbours in need by following Christ's command to translate our words of faith into acts of love in his name. However we don't always know how to reach out to people in practical ways. High unemployment, decreasing government funding of social programs, and public resistance to tax increases underline the urgent needs for churches to become the focal points of compassion within our communities. NeighbourLink helps churches identify and mobilize all the resources and gifts that its members can offer to change lives and communities.