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by Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art
Five bucks can’t buy much these days… a fancy coffee, a pair of socks, or maybe a california roll if you’re lucky. But five bucks can make a huge difference to your local non-profit arts centre, the artists we support and our regional arts community.
by Trevor LeMere
Taylor LeMere has difficulty traveling, and doesn't get to travel often, being confined to a wheelchair from Cerebral Palsy. Taylor is a happy teenager, who is easy to get a smile and a scream from. We have created a trip for Taylor to see the ...
by Robyn Flinn
Roxxy could have been named Miracle Dog, becasue in her short life she has performed her share of them! In 2011, she was rescued from the tough streets of Mexico. Miracle #1: even though she was beat up and starving she had managed to nourish ...
In October of 2014 I wil be traveling to the Samburu Region of Kenya to assist Canadian Charity Rally4Life. They will be building a community project in the region as well as leaving enough money to construct a safe water well for up to 1,500 ...
by Mandy Kraft
The Living Positive Resource Centre is asking for help in funding the start up costs for our World AIDS Day Art Gala. The more money we can raise for our operational costs, the more funds we raise for our cause!
by ReThink150: Indigenous Truth
Please help us promote Indigenous Truth this 'Canada 150' through alter-knowledge events and initiatives that aim to educate and foster meaningful dialogue between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Canadians, break down prejudice and build community.
by Blaine Maryniuk
Shelly Broesky suffered a fractured skull and brain injury from a 14 foot fall in early November. Doctors say a full recovery could take 6 mos. to 2 years. She requires full time care. Please help someone who has helped so many others by giving today.
by Stephanie Larsen
My friend Sunday barely escaped death in Nigeria and endured a horrific journey by raft to Italy, where he is now forced to beg on the streets just to eat. I want to help him get a legal passport so that he may begin building a life.
by British Columbia Geocaching Association
We lend gps units for free to organizations, teaching geocaching to community members which helps keep our sport strong. Help us continue to facilitate this program with current technology. Please donate so that we may purchase new gps units. THANK YOU!
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