The Sarnia Ninja Club has developed a way to support local businesses and charities while performing socially distanced gift giving. The club launched in early July and is holding a three-month fundraising campaign to support St. Joseph’s Hospice of Sarnia Lambton, The Inn of the Good Shepherd, and Noelle’s Gift.
Becoming a member of the Sarnia Ninja Club involves paying the $5 registration fee (which goes directly to one of the campaign charities), choosing which type of Ninja you would like to be, and anonymously delivering a gift to another Ninja Club member.
Gift Ninjas can choose from four categories of gifts to focus on: wine, craft beer, foodies, or kids. Participants must be 19 year old or supervised by an adult to register.
The Sarnia Ninja Club encourages club members to shop local and have fun with their gift giving. Many members have been dressing up when they drop off their gifts even thought the goal is to stealthily ring the doorbell, drop the gift, and run.
Everyone who registers will be entered into a drawing for prizes that will be distributed at the end of the campaign. To learn more, visit SarniaNinjaClub.com.
Reporting for WGRT – Jessie Wiegand