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A Jewish Humanitarian Response to Poverty

An Evolution

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Volunteer @ The Ve’ahavta Project

The family-friendly, virtual volunteer event of the year!

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Help more people like Bram move from

Surviving to Thriving

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Mobile Jewish Response to Homelessness

Street Outreach with Soul

Learn about how we’re saving lives

Ve’ahavta Skills Academy

Creating pathways out of poverty through education. 

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The Ve’ahavta Project is the family-friendly volunteer event of the year!

On December 5th from 1-4pm get ready for an interactive and hands-on virtual event like no other.

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Ve’ahavta’s new home is 4100 Chesswood Drive, Unit 1.

We’re accepting donations again! Please note our new hours for drop offs.

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Individual donors fund 50% of our service delivery.

We depend on those donations to offer our life-changing programs. Start this year off right – help someone thrive.
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There are still many COVID-safe, at-home volunteer opportunities available at Ve’ahavta.

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Looking for support around life challenges and help with goal planning as you pursue change in your life?

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Check this page regularly for updates on our COVID protocols and how you can help.

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Inspiration Corner
 
As a Jewish organization, we know the multi-generational pain and trauma caused by persecution and genocide.
 
That’s why on the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, and everyday, we stand with the Indigenous peoples of Canada, and the victims and survivors of the residential schools, as we commit wholeheartedly to the critical process of Truth and Reconciliation.

“If I am not for me, who is for me; and if I am (only) for myself, what am I. And if not now, when?” – Hillel, Ethics of the Fathers, 1:14

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