Members of the East African Coalition of Waterloo Region are appealing to you to volunteer two to four hours a week and provide after school homework support for children in grades 1-12. The projects started on September 21/2020.
East African Coalition received Emergency Community Support Grant through United Way Waterloo Region and Youth in Recreation from the KW Community Foundation to ensure support is available for as many students is possible during the pandemic, including virtual assistance.
Contact us either by phone 519-7579-3800 ext.3 or email@example.com if you wish to volunteer with the program.
Community rallying to support a much needed pilot initiative – find out more about ‘A Better Tent City’! We hope to see more temporary better tent cities, encampments with supports and access to basic needs, until housing is available to all!
Donations for the collective cooking sessions are accepted now!
To make an online donation to ABTC or to the Unsheltered Campaign, you can send an e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate this is for “ABTC” or “Unsheltered” in the comment section and kindly include your name and address to receive a charitable tax receipt.
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