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Bingo at Delta Bingo Gaming Sudbury
Every month at Delta Bingo
Every week, on Thursday we sponsor a bingo at Delta Bingo Gaming Sudbury. Join us for a great time ! Would you like to volunteer ? Call Sara at the John Howard Society.
Volunteer Appreciation Night at Delta Bingo April 18
- Tickets are $15 and are limited in number
- Paper bingo game package
- 2-strip (2 x single strips)
- 1 x each 50/50
- 1 x People’s Game
- 1 x $1000 Super Jackpot
- 1 x Accumulator
- 1 x Upik8
- Free Dabber
- Free beverage (non-alcoholic)
- Additional Fun!
- $2 Bonus Game – $500 prize (not included in above package)
- Paper bingo game package
April 22, 2023 Porketta Bingo
All proceeds to the Suicide Safer Network of Sudbury
Prisoners Justice Day
The commemoration for 2022 was on August 10 at 10:00 am on the grounds of the Sudbury Jail. It was an exceptionally moving and thoughtful commemoration. Many thanks to all who attended.
The commemoration for 2023 will be held on August 10 at 10:00 am on the grounds of the Sudbury Jail. Please join us for this prayer remembrance of those who have died while incarcerated.
World Suicide Prevention Day
The commemoration in 2022 will take place at the Elizabeth Street Gazebo in Bell Park form 1-4 pm. It is a family friendly event.
“Creating hope Through Action”
An estimated 703,000 people a year take their life around the world. For every suicide, there are likely 20 other people making a suicide attempt and many more have serious thoughts of suicide. Millions of people suffer intense grief or are otherwise profoundly impacted by suicidal behaviours.
Each suicidal death is a public health concern with a profound impact on those around them. By raising awareness, reducing the stigma around suicide, and encouraging well-informed action, we can reduce instances of suicide around the world.
World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) was established in 2003 by the International Association for Suicide Prevention in conjunction with the World Health Organization (WHO). The 10th of September each year focuses attention on the issue, reduces stigma and raises awareness among organizations, government, and the public, giving a singular message that suicide can be prevented.
We can all play a role in supporting those experiencing a suicidal crisis or those bereaved by suicide whether as a member of society, as a child, as a parent, as a friend, as a colleague or as a person with lived experience. We can all encourage understanding about the issue, reach in to people who are struggling, and share our experiences. We can all create hope through action and be the light. (ref. World Health organization www.who.int/campaigns/world-suicide-prevention-day/2022)
Did You Know ? …
You can contact the JHS at any time for information on the criminal justice system. We are the leaders in the field of community criminal justice.