Invis Angels in the Night give warm donation

Invis Mortgage Brokers employees Arlene Demars, left, and Marci McGonigal, centre, join Salvation Army family services co-ordinator Shawna Wilnechenko in the Salvation Army church sanctuary in Red Deer as the they donate several bags of winter clothing and $2,100 to the Salvation Army recently.

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Invis Mortgage Brokers employees Arlene Demars, left, and Marci McGonigal, centre, join Salvation Army family services co-ordinator Shawna Wilnechenko in the Salvation Army church sanctuary in Red Deer as the they donate several bags of winter clothing and $2,100 to the Salvation Army recently. The nationwide Invis Angels in the Night Homeless Shelter Project has raised a total of $250,000 worth of newly purchased clothing and supplies for 65 residential shelters in 12 Canadian cities. The project is a volunteer community event founded by Invis in 2002 that aims to bring mortgage brokers, financial institutions, business partners and other service providers together to help homeless shelters and other charitable organizations bring winter clothing and supplies to those who need them.

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