Clients of The BRIDGE-To-Work program said they understand the plight of the Syrian refugees because when offenders re-enter society after a stint in prison, they often feel “refugee-like,” said Garry Glowacki, executive director.
It seemed fitting then that The Bridge and Regeneration Outreach Community launch a clothing drive – dubbed From Stranger to Stranger – to collect gently used items such as winter clothes, gloves, hats, mitts, boots and others for Syrian refugees. Continue reading “The BRIDGE Prison Ministry”→
Constance Kendall, Program Director (far right), joins youth for a game of bowling during the Downsview Youth Covenant’s 2016 March Break Camp. This year’s theme was “Learn to Play.” Twenty campers, ages 5 – 13, enjoyed Bible study, arts, crafts, exercise, table games, and table tennis, as well as cooking and discussions on healthy living. In addition to the bowling outing, proceeds from a recent fund-raiser made it possible for campers to take a field trip to Ripley’s Aquarium.