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Alberta matching grant of $197K for LSAS foundation repairs

Work has begun to repair the foundation of the Lloydminster Sexual Assault Services (LSAS) building with a matching grant from the Alberta government of $197,092.

Heather Sinfield, community initiatives director says Bioclean Disaster Services is already at work to fix the issues with the foundation of the century old building.

“If you have been in our space, you know we go above and beyond with the comfort and security – the nature themed pieces that are really essential for our clients and families to feel safe. The repairs have started and that’s fantastic.”

The matching grant courtesy the Community Facility Enhancement Program adds to the fundraising that LSAS has been leading over the last year and Sinfield is thankful for the ongoing community support.

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“Our centre and our board – everybody has felt the support of Lloydminster and the surrounding area to ensure that this is a success for us. And that this building can continue offering the valuable and necessary services that it needs to,” says Sinfield.

There are still some finishing touches that LSAS is raising funds for, noted Sinfield as they seek to secure the foundation of their building from which all their programs operate across the region.

The Bioclean Disaster work has been on the weekends to ensure that services at the centre are not disrupted, but the effort will ramp up once the weather warms up.

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