Annual General Meeting
Date: Friday December 13, 2013
Time: 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Venue: The Business Link (Beaver House): 10160 103 ST NW Edmonton, AB T5J 0X6
Special Guest Speaker: Debra Kasowski, The Millionaire Woman
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how Dufashanye Canada Foundation makes a strong and sustainable difference in the lives of vulnerable children and families in Burundi.
There will be also a Door Prize Draw and an opportunity to network with champions from business and non-profit sectors
Please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org by December 8, 2013 11:00 p.m.
Educated children make better choices and can therefore build a better future for themselves and their families.
With less than $1/day (only $240/year), you can give a child in need a chance to attend school for one year.
Sponsored children will have their tuition fees paid, and will receive school supplies, school uniforms, health care, and basic personal care supplies, such as soap and toothpaste.
There are several ways to help Dufashanye Canada Foundation. Some options include creating a Giving Page and fundraising online, hosting an event, or doing a charity challenge.
No organization is complete without volunteers. Are you looking for a cause to support? We have lots of different ways to volunteer with us.
Your business can help Dufashanye Canada Foundation make a positive change in the lives of impoverished children and families by supporting a project, such as building/equipping a school or community health center, education sponsorship, or a small community development project.
I [Tree Stone Bakery] am happy to support Dufashanye Canada for several reasons. It is my belief that one must support his local community, businesses and agricultural professionals, this done while helping and supporting others in need internationally.
Dufashanye gives me the opportunity to do just that. Being an organisation based in Edmonton and presided by Jean-Jacques Mitakaro who lives and work in Edmonton, I get the chance to see the progress that is made in Burundi first hand.