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Siloam Mission Warns of Donation Scam

December 20, 2011 2:27 PM | News


Siloam Mission is warning the public of people falsely representing the homeless shelter by soliciting donations door-to-door.

“Please don’t believe anyone who is knocking on your door and asking for donations for Siloam,” said executive director Floyd Perras.

“We’re asking people who are being approached by these fake representatives to contact us.”

Anyone wishing to donate to Siloam can do so in-person at 300 Princess Street, by direct mail appeals, at Siloam.ca, or by phone at (204) 956-4344.


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