News and event updates for our Society’s programs. Comments and feedback are welcome.

February 5, 2016
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2015: What a success!

2015 Angels Review With YOUR help, the Hants County Christmas Angels was able to raise over $41,000! This included our 2015 Annual Telethon on December 6, as well as donations that came in both before and after the event, and blew our goal of $30,000 away! With such incredible support, we were able to help approximately 219 families, and 450 children! Plus we had 11 Wishbook families this year, which included several new sponsors who were very happy with their participation...
November 18, 2015

Our beginnings

This post is courtesy of Lloyd Smith, 2015 Honorary Chair for the Christmas Angels and one of our founding members. Thank you, Lloyd! | How it all began | While managing CFAB in Windsor from 1971, I was often among those from the Valley Network to attend and to participate in the organization of the CKDY (Digby) Christmas Daddies Broadcast (it was radio only) in early December. The Program brought just about everyone from community to celebrity and dignitary to the Digby Legion Hall for the 6 hour marathon.
September 28, 2015

Job Posting: Event Coordinator

Every year, the Hants County Christmas Angels Society hires a seasonal Event Coordinator to organize and manage the events and programs that the Society operates. We're gearing up for the 2015 holiday season, and we are looking to hire a candidate immediately. This is a temporary, full-time position. The ideal candidate will be outgoing, willing to work hard, and organized. The Event Coordinator works under the direction of the Board of Directors.
September 25, 2015
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Volunteer board members needed

Looking for an excellent way to give back to your community? Volunteering with the Christmas Angels is a wonderful and supremely rewarding opportunity. Your time and involvement are needed for only part of the year, and your participation is invaluable both to our group and to the residents of Hants County who struggle financially over the holiday season.