Volunteering at Lunch and Learn Programs for Seniors
Lunch and Learn Programs for Seniors provides programming and a nutritious lunch for seniors. Read More
Circle of Care presenting the People Helping People Award to Toronto Section.
Jessie Caryll from Circle of Care presenting the People Helping People Award to Glenda Cooper (Passover Food Drive Chair) and Ena Cord (Co-President) to Toronto Section. Read More
Robert Hawke, cancer survivor and veteran of the Second City Comedy Troupe gave a workshop
on the healing power of laughter to the
L’Chaim Cancer Support Group for Jewish Women.
L’Chaim holds educational and therapeutic programs. L’Chaim also provides confidential peer support, matching clients with trained volunteers who have had a similar cancer experience. Read More
L’Chaim Project Co-Chair, Marsha Urowitz, is shown
with Alan Rais, Associate/Pharmacist,
in front of the Tree of Life Campaign™ display.
L’Chaim Cancer Support Group was the recipient of the Shoppers Drug Mart Tree of Life Campaign™ at the Shoppers Drug Mart at Rimrock Plaza. Read More
Special Event, Formal presentation of the portrait of
Words of Florence Moskowitz, Chair of Holocaust Education, at the formal presentation of the portrait of Sara Ginaite-Rubinson, a ‘Sisters in Resistance’- Monday November 17, 2014 Read More
Passover Food Drive
The purpose of the Passover Food Drive is to provide many of the essential items of Passover to those in need. Read More
The Toronto Jewish Quilting Project presents a beautiful handmade quilt to L'Chaim Cancer Support
Photo from the Jewish Tribune. More about L'Chaim Cancer Support for Jewish Women Read More
On January 15, 2015 Dahlia Rusinek and Ena Cord, Co-Presidents, were honoured with the ‘’Order of York Centre Award’’. Mark Adler, MP selected 36 individuals from the community who have acted as leaders in public service and philanthropy
Dahlia and Ena wish to share this recognition with the Toronto Section volunteers who work so diligently to create programs of excellence that are visible in our community. Read More