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by TriCities Now
One-in-five children experience poverty in the Tri-Cities. Their parents often turn to SHARE for help. But now SHARE needs our help. TriCities Now's Caring for Kids campaign is raising money to fill the empty shelves at SHARE's food bank.
by David Nadeau
Please donate what you can for after-school youth programming in the DTES through the Eastside Boxing club. Free classes, mentorship, food, & health care for kids in need. I'm boxing 3x/week for 3 months to hopefully fight at Aprons for Gloves 2018!
by Mark Hunter Madsen
Support the electoral campaign of Hunter Madsen for Port Moody City Council in the special By-Election on September 30, 2017. He needs public support for media outreach, having said no to big-developer money for his campaign against local over-building.
by Port Moody Heritage Society
Help build a replica WWI trench in remembrance of one of the most important eras of Canadian history. The Port Moody Heritage Society and the Port Moody Station Museum are asking for your help to support the cost of this poignant museum project.
by Chantale Vantassell
I have reached my goal and more!! I am going for 2 weeks to the Gerson's Institute for treatment, Healing with Organic Foods, spirituality, holistic medicine. This treatment is very intense, strict diet. It is very expensive to buy the organic foods, holi
by Sole Girls
I am traveling with Sole Girls and New Heights to work with Glasswing International on a two-day school renovation project, where we will revitalize a local school in an underserved neighborhood from start to finish.
by Zajac Ranch Society
On September 9th, 2017 please join us our fun run/walk around Lafarge Lake, Coquitlam. We hope you can help celebrate a wonderful day in memory of Rob Maar supporting Zajac Ranch for Children.
by Katrina Shelast
Help us in helping Coquitlam to be a city where everyone belongs by installing Coquitlam's Rainbow Crosswalk as a symbol for Inclusion, Diversity, Acceptance, Tolerance and Love and as a conversation starter for Awareness and Education
by Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
The youth of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church will be attending the Canadian Lutheran Anglican Youth Gathering (CLAY 2016) in Charlottetown, PEI, this August. Help us make the trip across the country for five days of fellowship, learning, and worship!
by CABE Coquitlam
CABE is making a difference in the lives of many students, including teen moms, who struggle to make it in the regular school system. We need to raise $27,000 this year to help the students of CABE for everything from food, bus tickets, clothing and more.
by The Vancouver Sun Children's Fund
CABE, Coquitlam Alternative Basic Education secondary school, has applied to Adopt-a-School for $55,000. The school wants to renovate and expand an old kitchen as a teaching kitchen to teach the teen parents at the school how to provide healthy meals.
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