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​SmartStart: Newcomers give back through safety program

According to Kassahun Shambo, an emigrant from Ethiopia, being a newcomer to Manitoba can be a frustrating experience. Shambo remembers walking with a friend, another newcomer to Canada, who slipped and injured himself on a patch of ice. The men didn’t know what to do, so they went to a local shopping mall and asked people where they could get medical help.

Joining the fight against gender-based violence in Kenya

Dash Bare Sagar arrived in a Dadaab refugee camp in 2011 following continued clashes in his home area of Jilib, Somalia, which left his uncle dead. He managed to escape with his mother, wife, as well as five children (two from his deceased uncle) and travelled to Kenya where he became a community leader in his camp and a Kenya Red Cross volunteer.

Celebrating our superheroes

Did you know that over 20,000 Canadians dedicate their time to helping others as Red Cross volunteers? As we mark National Volunteer Week, it’s time to say thank you to these everyday heroes!  

Photo of the Day: Opening the door to new volunteers

The Canadian Red Cross in Nova Scotia recently hosted open houses at all its offices across the province. It was an opportunity for members of the public to meet Red Crossers and learn more about volunteer opportunities within the various Red Cross...

Tech Talk: Fundraising and volunteer recruitment via social media

February 13-17 is Social Media Week in cities around the world. We’ll share some learnings from events held in Toronto throughout the week. Canada is one of the most connected countries when it comes to social media – over 50 per cent of Canadians ha...

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