By North York Harvest - Date published August 25, 2010
Thanks Frederic for sharing -- your photo essay really captures the feeling of being in the fields and getting your hands dirty! North York Harvest is quite dedicated to running these wonderful trips and we have been doing them for almost 10 years. For some food bank participants, a gleaning trip is often the first time that they've visited a...
By Gail McLean - Date published June 18, 2010
When you have MS, it takes every ouce of energy you've got, just to get outside your door. You really think twice about going anywhere. Chimo was a center for a lot of people with mobility challenges. There, they could take part in an enxercise program fitted to their needs. They could do crafts, like making the bear Lawrence is holding,...
By Sarah Stephens - Date published May 12, 2010
I've been waiting so long for this episode! Very happy about the outcome. This story is particularly uplifting and inspiring. Thank you for sharing it.
By wayahcreative - Date published May 1, 2010
Thank you for sharing your story with the world. Many of us do not realize how much of an impact this is creating for individuals living in the city. I admire your bravery, courage and determination. You are an amazing example of what it means to have hope.
By MR - Date published April 28, 2010
Thank you so much for sharing this story. The essay puts some unfamiliar faces to poverty- a duo we are not accustomed to associating with the trials of homelessness in Vancouver. I admire their courage and hope under such tough circumstances and genuinely believe they will get back on track in the near future.