FALL RIVER: Thanks to the support of the community, youth mental health at a Halifax based youth non-profit is getting some additional monetary support.
HomeBridge Youth Services was recently presented a cheque for $504 from Sarah MacDonald-Miles, founder and entrepreneur with Links of Love based out of her Fall River Village home.
The money was raised through Links of Love creation and sale of a Nova Scotia Strong bracelet, created in the wake of the tragic, senseless rampage in April.
“I’m so proud to help out the mental health initiatives at HomeBridge Youth Society,” said MacDonald-Miles, a Lockview High student, in an interview with The Laker News. “My goal was to raise $500.00 dollars for mental health in Nova Scotia during the month of May with the sale of the #novascotiastrong Link of Love.
“I’m proud to say we were able to donate more than my goal.”
What’s the best part? You can add to that number and make it more as N.S. Strong bracelets are still still available by request.
Check out her Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/LinksOfLoveBracelets/ – to find out how you can order your #NovaScotiaStrong bracelet.