The Electronic Recycling Association (ERA) recently donated six laptops to the Vancouver & Lower Mainland Multicultural Family Support (VLMFSS) in support of their important work. The laptops will be used by staff members to provide essential services to women and children who are facing the challenges of domestic violence remotely from their homes.
The VLMFSS provides counselling and support services to women, children, seniors, and their families who are dealing with domestic violence. The society offers assistance at all stages of the domestic violence cycle, and supports clients throughout their interactions with the legal and social systems. Additionally, they provide educational programs that promote cultural sensitization among professionals and the public.
The Society’s bilingual/bicultural workers can provide services in twenty different languages, making it accessible to those who may not speak English as their primary language. The educational programs offered by VLMFSS are designed to create awareness of family violence issues within minority communities, as well as among professionals working with immigrant families.
The ERA is proud to support the important work of the VLMFSS, and we are grateful for the opportunity to contribute to their efforts to provide assistance and support to those who need it most. We hope that our donation of laptops will help to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those who are facing the challenges of domestic violence in the Vancouver and Lower Mainland area.
If your business or organization has unwanted laptops, consider donating them to ERA. ERA refurbishes and donates technology to non-profits and charities like the Vancouver & Lower Mainland Multicultural Family Support, providing them with the essential tools they need to make a difference in their communities.
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