Bladen Non-profits Gather for Awareness
On Tuesday, Nov. 15, North Carolina organizations gathered for the Day of Giving: Local Non-Profit Awareness Day in Bladen County. Terri Dennison and Heather Norton of the Elizabethtown-White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce were on hand to greet attendees and participants.
Erin Wall of WARM and Daniel Collins from Habitat for Humanity handed out information to families for building or restoring places to call home, while Shelter Friends and A Wild Life focused on being a driving force for the rescue and rehabilitation of domesticated and wild animals.
Youngsters were not left out of the equation on Tuesday. The N.C. Guardian Ad Litem promotes child advocacy for little ones who are neglected or abused and who are going through the court system.