Stand4THEE and Canadian Frontline Nurses started #Stand4Seniors in support of our friend Harold. Harold is married to his lovely wife Alice, who resides in the John Noble home in Brantford. Sadly, it's been over a year since Harold has been able to see his wife's smile, kiss her check, nor hold her hand.
We are working on legal action to restore Alice's fundamental human rights, and Harold's rights as her care giver to hold her hand and provide the love and care Alice deserves. To support the legal fees, we have created an online auction with a lot of great prizes up for grabs! Check out all the great stuff we have available, and place your bid here.
We also have a copy of a letter that Harold drafted to Mayor Kevin Davis, asking him to support Harold to be reunited with his wife. The response that Harold received for his heart felt, plea of support - radio silence... and eventually Harold was blocked from emailing Kevin Davis. To support Harold we are asking folks to take a moment to forward Harold's letter to mayor Davis. You can copy and paste the email here.
Please watch this heart wrenching tale of Harold and Alice from the vigil we held at the John Noble home this past Good Friday, and please share as many are unaware that families are being divided due to the lock down measure. Watch the video here.
If you would like to get involved with the seniors initiative, please contact Rebecca,
We must be the voice for those who cannot advocate for themselves!