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$35.00
Mini Thni (“Cold Water” in Stoney) First Nation has a population of 6,300, and 2,000 of its members are between the ages of 12 and 18. Over half of these youth are in care, and a high percentage are in foster homes outside of Mini Thni First Nation. Read more
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$25.00
At camp, children and youth make new friends, experience caring for creation, and learn spiritual practices in a welcoming community. For some children, a week at a United Church camp is the first time they attend a camp. Read more
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$15.00
You asked us to bring back some particularly memorable gifts, and we’re delivering! Read more
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$30.00
You asked us to bring back some particularly memorable gifts, and we’re delivering! Read more
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$14.00
Visitors to Winnipeg’s community ministries find warm clothes, food, and a hug. Our partners West Broadway Community Ministry, St. Read more
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$30.00
All are welcome to come and enjoy breakfast every Thursday at the Wasauksing First Nation United Church Food Bank near Parry Sound, ON. After breakfast, the food pantry is open for visitors to select meat (including wild game), milk, fresh fruit, vegetables, eggs, and other staples. Read more
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$100.00
Friends can make life a garden. Toronto partner Fred Victor, runs the Friends Restaurant. This healthy hub serves nutritious, low-cost meals for people who are homeless and/or are living on low incomes, and offers access to other Fred Victor programs. Read more
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$100.00
Each step creates a new path. The Brunswick Street Mission in Halifax, NS, cares for the physical, emotional, practical, and spiritual needs of people who currently live in poverty. Read more
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$10.00
In First Nations of the far north, people may go hungry even when food is available in stores. For instance, at Oxford House First Nation, 950 km north of Winnipeg, community members pay about $11 for a package of bologna. Read more
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$25.00
Saint Columba House, in Montréal, QC, installed two beehives on its rooftop garden. Children in the Point Saint Charles neighbourhood are now learning about pollination in urban agriculture. Read more
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