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Running to raise funds for the Catherine Bullen Foundation

Today I am hi-jacking the company blog for something that is a little more personal than what I usually post.

Over the past few months, during my travel season as the marketing manager here at ATI Holidays, I have had a number of conversations with my international colleagues; some of those conversations were even whilst I was sober (anyone who knows anyone in travel knows exactly what I mean.) 716 more words


Donuts or Dollars: Which Is Charitable?

…Oxfam Canada and Credit Counselling Services of Atlantic Canada Inc […] were told they cannot work for the “prevention of poverty,” which is considered political, but can “alleviate poverty,” which is charitable.  

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Ch 23: On Handouts And Welfare


At CAST’s Community Empowerment Centre in Chesterville, Nomakaya Mpambaniso (CAST’s Chesterville Community Co-ordinator) leads a counselling support group for those in the community.  Every week the group comes together for support, sewing and knitting projects, as well as fun games and activities.   430 more words


China to relocate 2 million people this year in struggle to banish poverty

China, fighting to stamp out poverty, will this year move more than two million of its poorest citizens from remote, inland regions to more developed areas, an official of the cabinet, or State Council, said on Tuesday. 283 more words

A Garden for All

Last Sunday, the children of Promise Land got their hands dirty!  Recently, CAST started up a community garden for those in need.  With the drought and rising prices of food, many people who are living on the streets or battling to find employment come to CAST’s Westville offices asking for assistance.   97 more words

South Africa

Person of Interest: Amanda Nover, Bread for the City

Making an impact in and around DC doesn’t stop with entrepreneurship. We are always happy to learn about local non-profit initiatives in working to make our city better, and increase the quality of life for our citizens. 589 more words