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by Terry Kukle
Hi My name is Jesse and I go to Netivot HaTorah Day School in Toronto, Canada. My family and I support Kfar Yeladim David in Jerusalem. As part of my school's Project Give Back I have chosen to bring awareness to this special cause.
by International Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies
In honor and celebration of Dr. Hirsch’s life, the Zoryan Institute has created a scholarship for the Institute's Genocide and Human Rights University Program in his name and memory.
by Craig Fortier
John Clarke has dedicated his life as a labour, anti-capitalist and anti-poverty organizer - most notably with the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty. John will be retiring in May 2019 and we are raising funds to ensure he is supported by our communities.
by Elie SK
We are a small team of volunteers who are committed to serving the homeless cats' community at large (homeless, feral, etc) . Our Mission: Serving the homeless cats in communities to the best of our abilities. Our Vision: Ending cats' homelessness.
by Jessie Jimeno
Donation for one of our classmates (Romeo Ompoc) whose house was burned down in Philippines and has no home insurance policy. PLEASE CLICK BELOW TO FOLLOW LINK FOR YOUR CREDIT CARD AND PAYPAL DONATIONS. GOD BLESS YOU.
by YC Lee
Donate to #SoloMessiahProject - 7:30pm - Saturday April 13 at College Street United Church, featuring guest soloists Lilac Caña (soprano), Victoria Borg (alto), Austin Larusson (baritone) with Y.C. Lee (tenor) and pianist Antonia De Wolfe.
by Sima Shakeri
Hi there, my name is Sima. I'm a 24-year-old journalist living in the very expensive city of Toronto. My 11-month-old puppy, Luna, injured herself while playing in our yard, and patching up her wound is going to be a lot more expensive than I ...
by HT Tsao
We're a group of concerned parents, trying to keep people from bringing their dogs into the schoolyard. The current bi-law signs aren't working, so we want to make signs with art by kids to remind the poo-pertrators who's being affected.
by Women's Health Division
On February 14, physiotherapy students and clinicians across Canada will be hosting a collection drive for local women's centers. This year, you can help improve the quality of life of many women by donating online. Your support is greatly appreciated.
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