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  • 24.03.2017

    Santropol Roulant

    by: Izzy Waxman

      One rarely-considered blow of poverty and hunger is isolation. That is why projects that use food as an opportunity to socialize can have such profound impact, and Montreal’s Santropol Roulant is an outstanding example.   They deliver 100 meals and conversations a day, mainly

  • 24.03.2017

    Mosaic Interfaith Out Of The Cold

    by: Izzy Waxman

      A coalition of mosques, churches and Temple Har Zion in the York region of Ontario form Mosaic Interfaith Out Of The Cold (OOTC), a shining example of interfaith coalition work.   Every night of the week, a different faith community in the network hosts an overnight shelter on a

  • 24.03.2017

    Choices for Youth

    by: Izzy Waxman

      Choices for Youth is a multi-service provider for homeless youth in St John’s Newfoundland and Labrador.   Their goal is to have empowerment-based programs available to youth for whom “home” is not an option. They provide stable and age-appropriate support systems to

  • 23.03.2017

    The Toronto People With AIDS Foundation

    by: Izzy Waxman

      In 2017, many HIV-positive people live long, healthy, happy lives. But for those who progress to AIDS, the challenges are very serious. What happens when a person is too ill to shop or cook for themselves?Malnutrition is the last thing a person living with AIDS needs, and yet when

  • 23.03.2017

    Horizons for Youth

    by: Izzy Waxman

        MAZON Canada is proud to support Horizons For Youth, a shelter in Toronto for young people aged 16-24 escaping violence and family breakdown. They also run programs for those who have found homes but still need other kinds of support: life skills, community, and hope.

  • 23.03.2017

    Jewish Family Services of Vancouver Island

    by: Izzy Waxman

      What does grassroots organizing look like? It looks like Jewish Family Services of Vancouver Island, an all-volunteer group that serves the needs of the Jewish vulnerable. Their services include program referrals and food subsidies, and even provide specific care for Holocaust survivors.

  • 23.03.2017

    Welcome Hall Mission

    by: Izzy Waxman

      What is the greatest form of tzedakah? The Rambam says, one where you give the person the ability to care for themselves. That's what’s so incredible about the Youth Micro Enterprise, a program by Montreal's own Welcome Hall Mission.   This initiative supports street youth, many

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