CFUW North Vancouver supports Highlands United Shelter to Home program

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Oct 142014
 

CFUW North Vancouver, collecting good used household goods and furniture, is a community outreach participant in the Highlands United Church Shelter to Home Outreach rehousing the homeless program which always needs more help from the community.

http://www.highlandsunited.org/social-action/shelter-to-home/

CFUW North Vancouver -Artists for Kids Fundraiser

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May 232014
 
Astrid Heyerdahl addressing people who attended AFK fundraiser May 12

Astrid Heyerdahl addressing people who attended AFK fundraiser May 12

Astrid Heyerdahl, Curator of the Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art and Executive Director of the Gordon and Marion Smith Foundation for Young Artists, addresses participants of an afternoon event held by CFUW North Vancouver at the gallery on May 12, to raise funds for a scholarship to the Artists for Kids program. The event consisted of a tea and talk about the gallery’s current exhibition of Chinese-Canadian multimedia artist Gu Xiong’s work, followed by a guided tour of the exhibition. Event proceeds will fund a scholarship enabling a talented North Vancouver secondary school student to attend a five-day camp led by distinguished Canadian artists at the Paradise Valley Summer School of Art near Squamish, BC.

NV Child Poverty Panel – October 11

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Oct 122012
 

Do you know the facts and the statistics on child poverty in Canada?

Our excellent panel offered an eye opening look at the realities of the 16% of children in British Columbia who live below the poverty line.  We learned that their health, especially from pre-natal through six (6) years of age, their learning/education and their poverty dictate the path these children will walk down throughout their lives. Their early years affect their brains and bodies biologically, emotionally, physically and psychologically all of which affect their capacity to learn, work and get along with others.

The panel of advocates on October 11th were: