The goal of the Toronto Central chapter is to help the poor and disadvantaged get to levels that they have never reached before and help them to have fresh hope again.
The Toronto Church Chapter is led by Phil Osagie, the chapter director. He has demonstrated a strong commitment to helping the poor around the world, especially in Toronto and Africa.
Dr Phil Osagie, The Toronto chapter director
With a stong background in international business and public relations, Phil has been active in the work for the poor for many years. . He has been a community advocate and supporter of several charities including War Child, World Vision and the Canadian National Institute of the Blind (CNIB) where he serves as Vision mate. He is the co-founder of the African Blind Foundation, a charity that provides educational and material support to blind persons in the African continent.He is married to an ‘angel,’ Stella, and they have three sons.
Phil Osagie can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Toronto Chapter has recently rolled out a care program to help members of their community experiencing homelessness. Volunteers from the chapter gave out personal care packages on Sunday at Allan Gardens in downtown Toronto. Each package had a selection of essential personal hygiene products, safely packed and sanitized. Thank
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The Toronto Central chapter collected winter clothes and food for the poor
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HOPE worldwide Canada marched in the Toronto Ukraine Festival parade
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