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Interview with Mackenzie Jessen on her time volunteering with HOPE worldwide Nepal

HOPE worldwide Volunteer Corps Interview Questions HOPE worldwide Volunteer Corps’ main purpose is SERVICE in communities around the world. Volunteers gather from around the world to restore communities badly affected by material poverty; they teach children, train teachers, mentor youth, rebuild areas that have felt the impact of natural disasters

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Join us as we march at the 2019 Toronto Ukraine Festival parade

HOPE worldwide Canada volunteers and supporters are invited to join us again this year as we march at the parade at the 2019 Toronto Ukrainian Festival to raise awareness for the Helping Hand for Ukraine project. Through this project, Canadians are able to provide financial support to children and parents traumatized by the

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Toronto Chapter donates backpacks to First Nation School of Toronto

On Friday, September 7 Claudia Quammie from the Toronto Central chapter delivered 22 backpacks filled with school supplies on behalf of HOPE worldwide Canada to Cheryl MacDonald at the First Nations School of Toronto. She also delivered a donation of reading books from Indigo at Yorkdale. Cheryl was overwhelmed with gratitude at

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Therapy can help children recover from Trauma: Seun’s interview with Rostyslav

Summer is almost over, and Seun Edagbami-Olota has finished her research assignment for the Helping Hand project.  This is an update from her exciting period as the HOPE worldwide Canada intern in Toronto when she interviewed Rostyslav, a physiotherapist in Toronto.  I got to meet Rostyslav, a registered psychotherapist that works in

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Helping Hand Research Project: Interview With Refugee Specialist Raika

Summer is almost over, and Seun Edagbami-Olota has finished her research assignment for the Helping Hand project.  This is an update from her exciting period as the HOPE worldwide Canada intern in Toronto when she interviewed Raika Abdulahad, a specialist in refugee issues.  As I continued my internship, I learned how to make

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