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Cheryl and Jess, two North Vancouver mothers, have raised over $1,000 so far, selling car decals that thank front line workers for their service. Money raised goes to two agencies that are helping those in need. Order a Decal Here
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet has made over 1800 masks for Winnipeg groups including the newcomer women living next door at The House of Peace in downtown Winnipeg. Communities are stronger when we dance together!
My grandmother decided to sew masks to keep busy during the lockdown. In addition to providing protective equipment to those who made the request, she donated all the benefits to the Fondation de ma vie. www.lequotidien.com
This Women's Relief Fund serves black, BIPOC, visible minority womxn, and their families who have or are experiencing poverty, economic inequities, gender-based violence, homelessness, and marginalization. www.goodtobegood.ca
Since March, Sharmi has donated over 10,000 home-stitched masks to agencies such as the City of Toronto, Scarborough Health Network, Michael Garron Hospital, truck drivers, long-term care homes and more. https://t.co/55oFyi3FPH
Suzanne’s daughter Rachael, age 5, reads horse books and records the videos to a GoFundMe page and YouTube channel. So far she’s raised $2,285, helping 6 local barns cover feed and healthcare costs for horses. Way to go Rachael! Save the horses