Top 10 list for February 2016

February  2016 – Items Required

  1. Canned Beans
  2. Boxed Cereal  or Boxed Oatmeal
  3. Pasta Sauce
  4. Kraft Dinner
  5. Canned Kernel Corn
  6. Canned Flakes of Ham
  7. Canned Tuna
  8. Ritz or Soda Crackers
  9. Canned Stews
  10. Hand Soap and Tooth Paste

Thank you for your continued support.
Food Bank Manager

“neighbors helping  neighbors.”

Our Annual Christmas Hamper Packing Day

On December 10th Beacon House had our annual  Christmas  Hamper Packing Day. These  hampers are the dry goods component of our Christmas Breakfast and  Christmas Dinner meals. Thanks to the many volunteers who came out, over 50  in all, to make this event very successful by packing a total of 440 hampers in just under 1 hour and thirty minutes.


The response  from the community was amazing,  and proves once again the community spirit in the area that Beacon House serves. This was  a true expression  of “neighbors helping neighbors” to ensure others have a joyous Christmas.

We will  be having our distribution days to clients here at Beacon House  on December 17th 9am to 2PM and again on December 19th from 9am to 1pm.

These will be very busy days , if you have some time on either of these days let us know. We need about 15 -20 people to assist our regular volunteers on these days.

Call Rod at 902 864-3025

Peace and Joy to All!


Merry Christmas

From Beacon House Inter Faith Society.

A Big Thank You!

This is a big thank-you to Mike Cook (1st pic) and Allan McLeod  ( 2nd pic) for their years of service on the Beacon House Board of Directors. It is the dedication of volunteers that are the back bone  to making Beacon House a place of help  and hope to those in need in our community.

Both Mike and Allan are an inspiration of “neighbors helping neighbours”.  Shown in these pictures is Board Chair Shaun Murphy presenting Mike and Allan  Certificates of Recognition for their service  to Beacon House.

Thanks again to both Allan and Mike.

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Sackville Lions Club

Thanks to  the Sackville Lions Club for their recent presentation  of a check in the amount of $4200.00  to assist Beacon House Food Bank in the purchase  of ground beef. The Lions have been a great supporter to Beacon House for many years with contributions in the past five years of well over $60,000.

Pictured is Jean Hibbs of the  Sackville Lions , and Beacon House Manager Rod Rowlands.



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