The Olive Tree Foundation has announced that a grant has been awarded to Faith & the Common Good and EnviroMuslims for the project, “Greening Canadian Mosques.” The Greening Canadian Mosques program aims to empower Canadian mosque management teams to understand environmental issues and potential cost savings in their facilities. It will
Faith & the Common Good (FCG), a national, interfaith network, provided the opportunity for youth of different religious and cultural backgrounds to create 8 native plant gardens in 3 cities this past spring – Ottawa, Halton/Oakville and Toronto. Toronto FCG chapter chose 3 faith sites – Shaarei Shomayim Congregation, Manor Road United
[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2015/toronto-multifaith-iftar-to-support-climate-justice/climate-iftar-july-5-2015/] (June 19, 2015) – A broad-based coalition of Faith communities from across the Greater Toronto Area will gather at the Noor Cultural Centre on Sunday, July 5 for a multifaith climate action Iftar to raise their voices in support of climate justice.
[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2015/toronto-muslim-leaders-hold-networking-meeting/muneebnasir-april-12-2015_2/] Muneeb Nasir being presented with Green Rule poster by Donna Lang(April 17, 2015) – Muslim leaders and community development workers in the Greater Toronto Area held a networking meeting on Sunday, April 12 in Toronto to learn about each other’
[http://127.0.0.1/wp/2014/a-testament-to-multifaith-collaboration/fcg_otf1b/] FCG’s Donna Lang, Garth Schmalenberg and Lucy Cummings and OTF’s Muneeb Nasir and Naeem Siddiqi(December 2, 2014) – The support of a leading community foundation for the charity, Faith & the Common Good (FCG), is a testament to the