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Welcome Centre Shelter for Women updated their cover photo.

Our progressive jackpot now stands at $3,111.

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Congratulations to Week 20 winner, Chad! Took home $66 and pulled 2 of Diamonds from envelope 9! Jackpot now at $3,111. ... See moreSee less

Welcome Centre Shelter for Women shared an event.

Welcome Centre friends, come out for a reading the play "Rage Against Violence" by Gary Kirkham and Dwight Storring on November 2nd at the Olde Walkerville Theatre. A number of prominent Windsor citizens will be reading in the production including: Chief Al Frederick and Christine Lucier of the Windsor Police Force; Bob Steele, CBC Radio personality; Larry Horwitz, Chair of the Downtown BIA; Melissa McCormick, whose survivor story has been published as a book; and local actor Leslie McCurdy.

All proceeds will be divided between the Welcome Centre Shelter for Women, Hiatus House, and the Sexual Assault Treatment unit at the Met Hospital.
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Welcome Centre Shelter for Women updated their cover photo.

Our progressive jackpot now stands at $3,012.

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Congrats to Week 19 winner Ron Dodich, opening envelope 5, he revealed the 10 of spades and won $89! The jackpot carries and is now at $3,012!
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This Thanksgiving, we want to say thank you to those who mean the most to us--our supporters!Your support not only gives us hope that our forever home is not just a pipe dream but it also touches the lives of hundreds of people in our community that are experiencing homelessness. Together, you help fund the change that our organization creates and for that we are grateful!

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At a time when Canada is in the midst of both a housing and opioid crisis, US AND THEM's national efforts to raise awareness about homelessness and addiction through a
compassionate lens has never been more relevant. And now, to continue its national tour, US AND THEM is set to screen in Windsor.Check out the trailer here:
vimeo.com/ondemand/usandthemthedoc/175460546
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Welcome Centre Shelter for Women updated their cover photo.

Our progressive jackpot now stands at $2,878.

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