David Sidoo Keeping The Holiday Spirit Through Service

David Sidoo Keeping The Holiday Spirit Through Service

Vancouver, British Colombia, Canada - 12/29/2021 — This holiday season, David Sidoo has focused on keeping the spirit alive and giving back to his community. David Sidoo hopes that Sidoo Family Giving can impact those less fortunate through charitable efforts. In particular, he is focusing on helping Whole Way House.

 

The Whole Way House has a few initiatives during the holiday season. They are looking for volunteers beyond the Sidoo family to help out as much as possible to meet demand.

 

The Whole Way House is currently accepting Christmas meals from generous parties hoping to give back to residents. The design of these boxes is a simple shoebox gift wrapped with different items inside. The Sidoo family helped support by handing out full meals to all the residents.

 

The “Boxes of Hope” can include a variety of gifts, with everything adding up to around $20 or so. Anything from holiday sweets to handwritten cards can be a perfect gift. The plan is to collect as many as possible before December when they go out to the residents.

 

Covid-19 meals are also high in demand during the holiday season. David and The Sidoo family have helped keep the meal delivery program going for the most vulnerable seniors. Helping to show love throughout the year, but it’s essential during the holiday season two make the extra effort.

 

Since many residents are in high-risk categories, COVID-19 precautions remain throughout Whole Way House. David Sidoo and all other volunteers are required to follow local protocols at all times to ensure the safety of everyone involved.

 

Help during the holiday season is crucial, but Whole Way House is always looking for assistance throughout the calendar year. They provide community-building programs to veterans, low-income seniors, and vulnerable individuals with not much left.

 

For more information on helping out, visit wholewayhouse.ca. The staff here are always accepting donations and willing to talk with volunteers to get the necessary help.

 

The Vancouver-based charity strives to help residents with its three pillars: ReConnect, ReBuild, and ReCenter. Founded in 2013 to serve the residents of the Veterans Manor, many tenants are struggling with addiction or mental health problems.

 

The Whole Way House counts on volunteers like the Sidoo Family ranging from high school students to retirees, to donate time and money for the different programs throughout the year. It can be particularly challenging to keep up with demand during the holiday season.


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