Rosehaven Gives Back with Donation to Steps to Recovery

Rosehaven Gives Back with Donation to Steps to Recovery

May 2015 | Homes Magazine

Rosehaven Homes recently donated $5,000 to STEPS to Recovery, an organization that provides support for those recovering from addictions to drugs and alcohol. With the goal of creating a safe and understanding community environment that facilitates long- term success, STEPS to Recovery is made up of an empathetic group of committed individuals who aim to support others through vulnerable times.

Rosehaven is well known for the “difference” in their homes and communities, but it is also making a difference through its charitable donations and participation in worthwhile causes throughout Southern Ontario. For instance, Rosehaven continues to have great success with its fundraising program for Habitat for Humanity, helping low-income families to move into their own home.

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