January 15, 2013
For immediate release
Task Force Requests Endorsements
BURNABY – The Burnaby Task Force On Homelessness is launching a campaign for
of its vision and work. Citizens, organizations, and community leaders are requested to visit the
Task Force website cheap lasix online www.burnabyhomelesstaskforce.org. and show support for their work
by providing a written endorsement which will be posted on this website.
The Burnaby Task Force on Homelessness, established in 2005,
is comprised of representatives
from all levels of government and government agencies, including the Health Authority, and the
RCMP, in addition to local businesses, the Burnaby Board of Trade, Community and Faith
Organizations, and concerned citizens. These collaborative partnerships are focused on addressing
the issue of homelessness in the City of Burnaby.
“The Burnaby Task Force On Homelessness has established a solid base of trust and support
within the community which is demonstrate
d by a regular and gene
rous outpouring of donations
of food, clothing, and funding to support the work of the Task Force and service providers,”
stated Wanda Mulholland Community Development Coordinator for the Task Force.
“In order to reach our goals of expanded services and housing for vulnerable Burnaby citizens,
the Burnaby Task Force On Homelessness must mobilize additional community support.
This support will demonstrate to all levels of government that people in Burnaby understand
that it is better for all Burnaby citizens if those who are struggling with homelessness are adequately
housed and receive crucial services reports Wanda Mulholland.
“We believe many individuals, organizations and community leaders want to live in a community
in which all citizens are respected and have their basic needs met. We would like you to consider joining
other Burnaby citizens and organizations by giving the Burnaby Task Force On Homelessness
your formal endorsement.”