Plant sale aids Sardis DoorWay

Sardis DoorWay is hosting a plant sale fundraiser. Orders are accepted until Apr. 26, with pick-up in time for Mother's Day.

Sardis DoorWay is hosting a plant sale to fundraise for their variety of programs to support mothers and their preschool children. Orders accepted until Apr. 26.

Bloom into spring with Sardis DoorWay’s plant sale.

They are selling beautiful, locally grown plants and flowers to fundraise for the programs that they offer.

Deck out your porch with a hanging, patio, or strawberry planter. Grow fresh tomato or herb plants to liven up your salads. Brighten up each day with petunias, geraniums and marigolds.

Orders will be accepted until Tuesday, April 26. Pick-up dates are May 4 (from to 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.) and May 5 (from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.), in time for Mother’s Day on May 8.

Operating in Chilliwack since 1987, Sardis DoorWay for Mothers and Children is a registered non-profit Christian organization where volunteers support single and high-risk mothers and their preschool children.

For mothers, the range of programs offered include educational classes and crisis counselling. Children have access to literacy-rich, play-based childcare.

Funds raised from the plant sale will help Sardis DoorWay continue to provide quality programming for the 36 families who are currently in the program, as well as to offer services for the more than 25 families on their wait list.

To order plants or to learn more about the organization, visit sardisdoorway.com. Call 604-819-6556 for further information.

 

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