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Iglesia Ni Cristo: No Signs of Slowing Down
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Iglesia Ni Cristo: No Signs of Slowing Down

2023 August 20 The Church of Christ, or the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC), celebrated its 109th founding anniversary on July 27, 2023. INC has now expanded to 165 countries, showing no signs of slowing down. The Iglesia Ni Cristo has been transforming localities worldwide by constructing sustainable, state-of-the-art edifices, imposing houses of worship, environmental-friendly offices...

An urgent call from the Turkey Association of Ottawa for donations spurred the humanitarian efforts of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) or Church of Christ
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An urgent call from the Turkey Association of Ottawa for donations spurred the humanitarian efforts of the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) or Church of Christ

An urgent call from the Turkey Association of Ottawa for donations spurred the humanitarian efforts of the Iglesia NI Cristo (INC) or Church of Christ members and volunteers of the Felix Y Manalo Foundation. In early February 2023, the 7.8 magnitude earthquakes that struck Turkey and Syria headlined the world news as one of the...

Iglesia Ni Cristo, through Felix Y. Manalo Foundation, holds humanitarian efforts across Canada amid rising food costs
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Iglesia Ni Cristo, through Felix Y. Manalo Foundation, holds humanitarian efforts across Canada amid rising food costs

At least $21,000 in Cash Donations and 6,000 Care Packages were given in seven sites across Canada in the first two months of 2023. CANADA, March 13, 2023 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC or Church Of Christ) launched a series of charity events across Canada called “Care For Humanity” to help communities affected...

COMMUNITY LIVING TORONTO AND TRIDEL ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP FOR LAWSON REDEVELOPMENT
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COMMUNITY LIVING TORONTO AND TRIDEL ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP FOR LAWSON REDEVELOPMENT

The Lawson redevelopment proposal seeks to build mixed-use housing, including affordable rental, independent living, supported living, and market condominium suites. The development proposes five towers ranging in height from 28 to 52 storeys, with approximately 2,200 residential suites, which include 280 proposed rental suites. People with intellectual disabilities, supported by CLTO, will have an opportunity to live in this inclusive community.

Canada sending another $30M in aid to Turkey, Syria, as rebuild begins
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Canada sending another $30M in aid to Turkey, Syria, as rebuild begins

The federal government is sending another $20 million in aid for people affected by the devastating earthquake in Turkey and Syria, and matching millions more in private donations.  International Development Minister Harjit Sajjan says Canada will match $10 million in donations to members of the Humanitarian Coalition, on top of the $10 million in matching...

Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) holds extensive Care for Humanity programs to boost its humanitarian efforts in Canada.
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Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) holds extensive Care for Humanity programs to boost its humanitarian efforts in Canada.

The continuum of support- with food as the front and center of humanitarian efforts, complements the essential need to give hope to individuals and families needing assistance. Even in prominent cities in Canada, food insecurity has become a significant health crisis as more people nowadays feel the pinch of persistent inflation.        Food is a...

It’s Harder to Escape Poverty Today than 30 Years Ago, New Report Reveals
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It’s Harder to Escape Poverty Today than 30 Years Ago, New Report Reveals

A new report by Feed Ontario reveals skyrocketing food bank use with a 64 percent increase in first-time visitors, and points to the lack of quality employment opportunities and disinvestments in essential social support programs as the drivers of this growth. TORONTO, Nov. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Feed Ontario released its 2022 Hunger Report...

As provinces hand out cash, advocates say inflation help should be more targeted
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As provinces hand out cash, advocates say inflation help should be more targeted

2022 October 10–As provincial governments hand out one-time cash payments to help residents cope with inflation, anti-poverty advocates say the efforts are a missed opportunity to help those most in need. Doug Pawson, the executive director of Newfoundland-based anti-poverty group End Homelessness St. John’s, says that while every dollar helps, the one-time nature of the...