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We are pleased to welcome Maaike Rosendal from the Canadian Centre for Bio-Ethical Reform as our keynote speaker at our annual fundraising event. She will be addressing "What is a life worth?"


Maaike has worked as a community liaison for the Lethbridge & District Pro-Life Association, for which she provided counseling and educational outreach in Southern Alberta. She has also been part of a pro-life delegation to the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women in New York.

Maaike has represented the pro-life position in debates with pro-choice students, university professors, and late-term abortionist Dr. Fraser Fellows. She also regularly travels to the Netherlands to reach and equip young people in her country of birth.

Maiike Rosendal - The Culture of Death:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Praise our God, O peoples, let the sound of His praise be heard; He has preserved our lives… (Luke 1:50, NIV)

 

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We are a Christian charity, financially supported by concerned individuals, businesses and churches who want to help us keep the doors open. Through supporters, donors and fundraisers, we are able to keep on helping in Durham Region.

Please prayerfully consider supporting this work financially on a regular basis. For more information on financial support options please contact us, take a look at our annual fundraiser events, or click on Donate to provide immediate financial assistance through CanadaHelps.org. 

VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES

There are minimally two types of volunteer opportunities available at the Centre:On-site—volunteering for a shift on a Mon., Wed., Thurs., or Fri. in your community. Our volunteers are trained to work with our clients and families. The volunteers provide support for our families and clients, distribute supplies free of charge to our clients, organize the donations as they come in, assemble the gift layettes for the newborns of our clients.

Board members are trained prior to participating as well. They provide oversight to the ministry and meet once monthly and commit to securing sponsorship of a table at our annual dinner event.Both types of volunteering require application (click here), police check and completion of training prior to involvement. For your police check for on-site volunteering, you may require a volunteer duties letter. You can call in to request that - It has to be personalized.

There is staff supervision available on-site.

 

If you would like to participate in the next training, we will need your application at least ONE WEEK prior to training to proceed. This information MUST be submitted beforehand. For more info, call Sue at 905-720-3252 for more information or contact us by email

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