Sardis Doorway dessert and auction

Attend the Sardis Doorway fundraiser on Nov. 14 to hear incredible stories, taste delicious desserts, and bid on a variety of auction items.

The Sardis Doorway for Mothers & Children Society is hosting a dessert and auction fundraiser on Saturday

The Sardis Doorway for Mothers and Children Society is hosting a dessert and auction fundraiser event on Saturday, Nov. 14.

Since 1987, the non-profit Sardis Doorway organization has supported single and high-risk mothers and their children by providing free physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual support.

“We make sure that our families are supported,” said program director Karin Rempel. “We help every child to reach their full potential. And we make sure every mom has everything she needs to become the best mom that she can be.”

At the fundraising event you’ll hear ‘Stories of the Journey.’ Current and alumni mothers will discuss what the program means for their families and volunteers will share why they are motivated to help.

Hear amazing stories, taste delectable desserts, and bid on auction items including great food, beautiful home decor, and entertaining activities, like a flight over the Fraser Valley, golf passes, and B.C. Lions tickets.

All proceeds go toward running the highly-appreciated Sardis Doorway programs, which include weekly workshops and support groups, hot lunches, monthly food hampers, and more.

Doors open at 6 p.m. at the Sardis Community Church (45625 South Sumas Rd). The program and auction begin at 7 p.m.

Tickets for the fundraiser are $10 and can be purchased at the church between 8:30 to 2:30, by email at or at 604-819-6556.

Visit to learn more about the event, programs or volunteer opportunities, or to donate.

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