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Sarnia-Lambton Rebound

10 Lorne Cr., Sarnia, ON, N7S 1H8
Telephone: 519-344-2841
Fax: 519-344-8024 

Petrolia Rebound
431 King Street, Petrolia Ontario.  N0N 1R0
Telephone:  519-882-4900
 
Forest Rebound
North Lambton Community Health Centre, Unit #45, 59 King Street West, Forest, ONtario N0M iJ0
Telephone:  519-466-3396


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Web: www.reboundonline.com
Executive Director:  Carrie McEachran

Current allocation: $88,500

Rebound – Variety of programs support young people aged 8-17 who are experiencing difficulties within families, school and/or the law.

St. Vincent De Paul

St. Vincent De Paul Help Centre

228 Davis Street N., Sarnia, ON N7T 1B3 
Telephone: 519-337-1058 
Fax: 519-336-2672 
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Primary Sarnia Contact: Susan Platt 

Current allocation: $20,000 

St Vincent De Paul - Funding used to provide more specialty items for the Food bank including diabetic supplies, vitamins, and others items to assist residents in need.

Victorian Order of Nurses

1705 London Line, Sarnia, ON, N7W 1B2
Telephone: 519-542-2310
Fax: 519-542-1160
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Web: www.von.ca/en/site/sarnia
Exec. Dir.: Andrew Ward

Current 2013-2014 allocation: $65,000

VON – Volunteer Visiting, Foot Care, and Charitable Nursing programs for seniors in Lambton County.

Warming Shelter, Walpole Island First Nation

117 Tahgahoning Road, Wallaceburg, Ontario  N8A 4K9
Telephone: 519-627-1481

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Web: www.walpoleislandfirstnation.ca

Warming Shelter Supervisor: Mehgan Humphries

Current allocation: $30,000

Provides a safe place for those individuals most in need - United Way of Sarnia-Lambton funding is used to assist with the renovations enabling the Warming Centre to safely accomodate women, and to help ensure saftey and services are available to the clients.