ANIDA BLOG

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Mar9

Grace's Hope

Category • Testimonials

 Our Toronto Food Bank is now serving a large number of individuals and families coming from countries like Iraq and Syria.  One such individual, “Grace” a woman in her 60s, came from Iraq.

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Nov24

Overcoming Obstacles

Category • Stories

As a sixteen-year-old girl growing up in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica in a small home with 5 other siblings, Abigail faced multiple barriers to success. Her father was plagued by alcoholism and her mother was struggling to provide for the children and support their education. 

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Oct24

Cecilia's Story

Category • Stories

Although she had never finished High School, Cecilia has always been a hard worker. She made every effort to support her family and had gotten the opportunity to start a small shop in Koforidua (Ghana). One day a friend mentioned to her that she had enrolled in a school in Koforidua called the...

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I talk to the children, I encourage them that they shouldn't give up, that ANIDA is there and we are going to help and support them...so they can finish school, so they can be somebody in the future.

Kwame, former sponsored child and current employee,

ANIDA Ghana

Mar9

Grace's Hope

Category • News

 Our Toronto Food Bank is now serving a large number of individuals and families coming from countries like Iraq and Syria.  One such individual, “Grace” a woman in her 60s, came from Iraq.

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Nov24

Overcoming Obstacles

Category • News

As a sixteen-year-old girl growing up in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica in a small home with 5 other siblings, Abigail faced multiple barriers to success. Her father was plagued by alcoholism and her mother was struggling to provide for the children and support their education. 

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