I have been sharing stories about Cuso International’s high priority maternal and child health projects in Ethiopia, Benin, Nigeria, Tanzania and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Behind these stories are some amazing local women who have volunteered with Cuso over the years, like Maggie Woo Kinshella of Vancouver.
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Imagine a world with more self-esteem and less bullying. Imagine a world where youth are reminded that they be anything they can dream of. You can be a part of creating that world. All you have to do is volunteer! Did you know that when a child is mentored through Big Sisters of BC Lower […]
On Wednesday, December 7th, Cause We Care (in partnership with Capital Direct) will be hosting its 10th annual Christmas hamper drive where 200+ volunteers will assist in stuffing 750 hampers full of essential food items and small gifts. The hampers will be distributed to 25 frontline organizations in the Lower Mainland that support single mother-led […]
September is Big Brothers Big Sisters Month and to celebrate how mentoring matters, Mayor Gregor Robertson has officially proclaimed September 18th as Big Brothers Big Sisters Day, and BC Place will light up purple. September is Big Brothers Big Sisters Month Become a mentor and get a life changing experience This celebration of why mentoring […]
The Vancouver International Film Festival (“VIFF”) is one of the top five largest film festivals in North America, both in terms of admissions and the number of films screened. Screening films from more than 70 countries on 9 screens around the city for 16 days, welcoming over 144,000 audience members is a gigantic feat and […]