Thirteen-year-old Carter wasn’t thinking about material gifts as he approached his milestone birthday last fall — his second ‘pandemic birthday.’ Global vaccine equity was the only thing on his wish list. In lieu of gifts, he chose to fundraise for the Love My Neighbour initiative, in support of UNICEF Canada.
By Sara Hildebrand The Love My Neighbour movement, a collaboration of 35 faith communities and organizations, strongly agrees with the recent Dec. 13 article in The Hill Times, “‘Inevitable’ rise of Omicron shows ‘failed approach’ to ending pandemic, say experts.” Billions of global neighbours in low- and middle-income countries have
A coalition of faith communities, working under the banner of Love My Neighbour Project [https://www.lovemyneighbourproject.org/], received the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)-GTA [https://afptoronto.org/]Chapter Outstanding Philanthropic Award at a virtual ceremony [https://afptoronto.org/events/afp-greater-toronto-chapter-philanthropy-awards/] held on December 7th. The award was presented