From the 14th until the 17th of May, kids in our community could visit the Children’s Water Festival at Fanshawe Conservation Area. It is a fun and educational event for students in grades 2 through 5 to learn about the importance of water in their daily lives.
Good Neighbors Canada was at the event to see how youth is learning about water and the environment. There are many activities focused on showing children how water is filtered, how floods can be prevented and how some people struggle to have access to water.Read More
Last Wednesday we met with the Tween Council at the London Children’s Museum to tell them about our Hope Letter campaign and the 2019 release, featuring Mina Akter (9), from Bangladesh.
The group, between the ages of 9 and 12, meets once a month to voice their opinions on museum exhibits and community events. They watched Mina’s story on our YouTube channel and were amazed with the fact that her family only earns 70 cents a day while working full-time.Read More
Last week Good Neighbors Canada visited the London Children’s Museum for a special occasion. Today we would like to share a message from Mira Noordermeer, Marketing and Communications Coordinator for the space.
The London Children’s Museum welcomes 80,000 visitors a year to three floors of interactive exhibits, educational programs and pure fun. We are so proud to help families have access to all the learning experiences they offer!Read More
It has been less than a month that Cyclone Idai killed over 1,000 people in the region and now there is a storm threatening to make matters worse. With about 83 km/h winds so far, Cyclone Kenneth is expected to strengthen in the next days.
In the aftermath of Cyclone Idai, the estimate is that only 30 percent of the population was reached, meaning there are still 1.8 million people in need of assistance.
Good Neighbors has an emergency relief team on-site to assist survivors of Cyclone Idai. Aid workers are struggling to reach victims due to the catastrophic amount of wreckage and submerged areas.
To most people, humanitarian aid is the only option. We are asking for donations to help with food, medical supplies and shelter.
There is something you can do to help. Please, donate today.
Spring is here! The season change will bring color and warmth to our lives. Good Neighbors Canada believes in positive change, and has a survey up to find out how to create change that for as many people as we can, all over the world.
Of course, we want to hear back from our community and know how you picture transformation. It’s your input that will steer us the right way, so we can make a bigger difference!
The JUNOS are here and with it comes JUNOfest, coming to London for the very first time! It’s a two-day event with several opportunities to see your favourite bands and discover some new ones. And of course we are thrilled that Chad Price will be part of the celebrations!Read More
March 2019 marks the second anniversary of Good Neighbors Canada. It is a small milestone for us but a huge stepping stone to achieving our goals to promote sustainable development.Read More
Delivered: Warm Winter Gifts in Tan Lac, Vietnam January 9th, 2019 Winter in my hometown is very cold, but the winter will be warmer this year. Quang Binh community in…Read More