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The Hope Project was started by Family Transition Place (FTP) in 2014, to raise awareness about woman abuse and violence against women. Each year a luncheon – featuring a woman abuse survivor and speaker, and the Hope magazine raise funds for FTP’s shelter and assistance programs for the women, children and men of Dufferin-Caledon.
Donkeys need sanctuary? You bet they do, and thank goodness for the Donkey Sanctuary of Canada (DSC), who’ve been rescuing donkeys and mules since 1992. We’ve been working with the DSC since late 2008, and we have been honoured to do so, for every minute of every project.
For many years, Family Transition Place (FTP) has hosted a luncheon in honour of International Women’s Day. For the last six years, we’ve had the honour of creating a magazine to go along with the day, which features articles written by local authors, and ads from local businesses. All of the proceeds from the magazine and the luncheon go toward helping the women and children that FTP support, with their services and shelter.
Working on this book layout was truly an honour. Featuring the words and stories of a group of youngsters with autism, the illustrations were all created by Steven, who was also one of the contributors. An absolute pleasure to work on this project, and to learn about the lives of a wonderful group of young people.