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Toronto hosts an inspiring networking luncheon for foreign trained professionals

  Many foreign trained professionals who are newcomers to Canada need help to network with the right people, get accurate information and help them to find meaningful employment or start a business in Canada. HOPE worldwide Canada hosted a networking luncheon for these highly skilled newcomers at the Novotel Hotel

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The Halifax Chapter used the summer to help many in their community and internationally

September 2016, Halifax Nova Scotia – Now that fall is upon us, we’d like to take a few minutes to reflect on the summer that we’ve just left and the numerous opportunities that our volunteers have been able to serve, both here in Halifax as well as internationally. June saw

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Record Making Year for Winnipeg Volunteers

2016 is going to be a record making year for our Winnipeg chapter as so many volunteers have chosen to serve in HOPE programs across the globe.  7 HOPE volunteers, all from our main partner the Winnipeg Church of Christ, are sacrificing time and money to travel far to meet

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Anne Du Sault Awarded Prestigious Canadian Volunteer Medal

We are extremely proud to announce that last week Anne Du Sault was honoured by the governor general of Canada with the inaugural Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers. This was in recognition of for tireless work with HOPE worldwide of Canada and other volunteer work as well. The governor general said; “I’m

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HOPE worldwide of Canada volunteers at Sistering

A Special Valentine’s Day At Sistering

Twenty volunteers from the Toronto Central Chapter spent an hour at Sistering serving 100 women herbal teas, pastries and a “goodie bag” filled with cookies and chocolates for Valentine’s Day. A special part of the day was the entertainment where seven volunteers sang or read poetry. They sang wonderful and

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Preparing Back packs for Ottawa Inner City homeless youth

Seven young volunteers from the Ottawa chapter prepared backpacks for homeless teenagers. They included Sarah Lutes, Miriam Lutes, Owen Lutes, Taylor Stephenson, Ben Stephenson, Brittany Morrison and Khadidja Camara. Here is their story; As a teen activity last December, we were asked to assemble survival backpacks for homeless teens in Ottawa.

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Father and Son Volunteer To Bring Hope To The Poor

Meet Rob Groves and his son Nicolas (11). They are volunteers in the Ottawa chapter. They volunteer every year to help the less fortunate in their community. Rob shares his thoughts; “My name is Rob Groves and I am a  volunteer in Ottawa. I have been given a number of opportunities to

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