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An Interview with Teen Volunteer Oceane François-Saint-Cyr

Throughout the HOPE worldwide global community there are countless opportunities for volunteers to meet needs, whether it is for those in their own local community or across the globe in a majority nation. There are also several programs run by HOPE worldwide that many of our HOPE worldwide Canada young

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Join the HOPE worldwide Canada Toronto Central Ride for Refuge Team

On Saturday October 5th, members of the Toronto chapter will participate in the annual Ride for Refuge to raise funds for local charities that support vulnerable members of our community fleeing persecution from violence in various parts of the world. The Ride will take place at: Ashbridges Bay Park, Toronto, 1561

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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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Halifax Volunteers coordinate and run their first “Dress for Success” Donation drive

written by Marie Elle Charlemagne “I needed clothes and you clothed me…” Jesus of Nazareth, Matthew 25:36a (NIV) On April 14 members of the Halifax business community came together at a local Halifax restaurant as the Halifax chapter conducted their first donation drive in support of our local “Dress for

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Halifax volunteers donate over 2,700 hours of community service in their neighbourhoods

See the Need, Feel the Need, Meet the Need By Kiyalyn Reneé Bump, Halifax HOPE worldwide Canada volunteer. December 6th, 2017 marked the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion, the worst disaster ever to hit our communities. Two munitions ships collided in the harbour during the First World War, catching

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Halifax volunteers expand ways to meet more needs in their community

Eighteen years ago, volunteers from the Halifax-Dartmouth Church of Christ started to serve at a local Sunday Supper. Each Sunday evening, people from the surrounding communities who may be experiencing homelessness, or going through challenging times, or just need a warm meal and an even warmer smile are invited to

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