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Canadian organization notes contribution CAF made in AfghanistanMaking family time a priorityCAF 2015 United Way Campaign kicked off Words to Light the WayWords to Light the Way

Canadian organization notes contribution CAF made in Afghanistan

Bridging the gap of distance and culture, the organization Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan works to empower the women of Afghanistan and lift the entire country to hire rates of literacy. Founded in 1997, CW4WA started off with a focus to fund education for the girls of Afghanistan who were being neglected and left out...
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Making family time a priority

This week thousands of Canadians are coming together to celebrate the importance and sanctity of the family during the National Family Week campaign, co-ordinated by the Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs (FRP). “For close to 40 years, FRP Canada has promoted the well-being of families by providing national leadership, consultation and resources to community-based organizations...
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CAF 2015 United Way Campaign kicked off 

With the holidays around the corner, the season of giving is well underway. Members of the Canadian Armed Forces show this spirit of giving by contributing to the fall campaign for the United Way through the Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign (GCCWC). The campaign kicked off in Sept. and runs through till Dec. Last year alone...
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Words to Light the Way

This past spring the Dawe family donated a library kit to the Murad Khwaja Girls High School in Said Mirkhail village, Afghanistan in remembrance of their son Captain Matthew Dawe. The kit was compiled by Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan (CW4WA) and consisted of one wooden bookcase and 500 books. “Peter and I decided in December...
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Words to Light the Way

This past spring the Dawe family donated a library kit to the Murad Khwaja Girls High School in Said Mirkhail village, Afghanistan in remembrance of their son Captain Matthew Dawe. The kit was compiled by Canadian Women for Women in Afghanistan (CW4WA) and consisted of one wooden bookcase and 500 books. “Peter and I decided in December...
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