As our reality changed in early spring, Sandwich Sisters pods in Toronto came together to deliver sandwiches to the homeless communities. You can help them reach 100,000 sandwiches by December as the food shortage becomes more apparent.
Here we explore the motivation of ladies in Toronto who starting making sandwiches for those in need as the pandemic took hold.
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Content is King. The Big Issue has remarkable content such that I would buy a copy for that fact alone over other magazines and papers. The Big Issue of course is so much more worthy than that accolade alone.
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The Blue Sea Philanthropy model appears quite remarkable to me. A why did I not think of that type brilliant idea.
The Blue Sea Philanthropy website captures this essence
“Blue Sea Philanthropy is a registered Canadian charity that exists to help other charities thrive financially by providing easy access to profitable turn-key fundraising events and services.”
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Given that I was one of the founders of Milton Transitional Housing it would seem remiss not for me to include this once early on. It may also help create the context for why I talk about acting with conscience and social responsibility.
In this Opencity Inc website there are also various references to pictures of homelessness and Milton Transitional Housing, including a previous post on a new type of social responsibility. I am honoured to have been part of getting this going through the Homeless in Milton Ontario blog I started in 2008 and which has now had 30,000 views.
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As a way to mutually promote social responsibility, we start a weekly spotlight on different social causes and charitable organisations. We profile the work of Emmaus UK a charity “working together to end homelessness”.
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