Micmac Benevolent Society

“Through Caring and Sharing”

Our Goal:

Through charitable activities, assist the Mi’kmaq/Aboriginal Peoples of Nova Scotia to flourish, prosper and live decent lives as enjoyed by the majority of non-Aboriginal Nova Scotian society, having regard to their social, cultural and economic differences.

Serving:

The Mi’kmaq/Aboriginal Peoples in Nova Scotia facing poverty, hardship and distress.

How We Help:

Relief of poverty amongst the poor Mi’kmaq/Aboriginal people qualified through a basic necessities and relieving poverty program.

The provision of amenities through a next step shelter for victims of family violence.

How You Can Help:

To share in this important work, we graciously accept monetary donations of any amounts. All donations are tax deductible and reciepts are available upon request. For donations of $100 or more, you may request membership within the Society. Upon recieving membership, you will recieve a colorful certificate suitable for framing to show that you cared and shared with the Mi’kmaq people.

For More Information Contact:

Micmac Benevolent Society
P.O. Box 1738, Truro, N.S., B2N 5Z5

Toll Free: 1-800-565-4372
Direct: 1-902-895-1738
Fax: 1-902-893-7680
email: ncnscounselling@eastlink.ca
Website: www.ncns.ca

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Hello,
On Thursday July 27, 2017 Chief Grace Conrad will host a Native Council of Nova Scotia Grassroots Presentation at the Digby Superstore in the Community room.
The Grassroots Presentation is an opportunity to learn more about the programs and services the Native Council of Nova Scotia has to offer, and how they can benefit individuals.
Please let zone members or people that you think would benefit from this session know. We look forward to seeing everyone there. These sessions are open to the public as well as Native Council of Nova Scotia Members.
Digby Superstore, Community Room
Thursday July 27 @ 630pm
Refreshments will be provided
Any questions please feel free to contact me by email or via phone.
Thanks,
Amanda
communications@ncns.ca
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Contact

Address:
129 Truro Heights Road,
P.O. Box 1320,
Truro, N.S.
B2N 5N2

Toll Free: 1-800-565-4372
Direct: 902-895-1523
Fax: 902-895-0024