Who we are and what we do.
The Victoria Grandmothers for Africa is one of over 240 Canadian groups working together to raise funds for the Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign of the Stephen Lewis Foundation. This campaign supports African grandmothers who care for their AIDS-orphaned grandchildren.
We are proud to announce that with the combined efforts of our 275 km Cycle Tour, and our 50 km Cycle Ride in September this year, along with the our African Dinner in April, our National Stride Walk in June and the year-long efforts of our Sales and Crafts and Education working groups, we have accomplished our 2015 goal of raising one million dollars since our group was formed in 2006. Next year, 2016, marks the tenth anniversary of the Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign. Plans are underway for special events and we look forward to continuing success with our fundraising efforts. We invite you to keep checking our site to see how you might support us and our cause.
Our work is accomplished through a variety of committees of interest. Members join a committee and engage in its work, meeting new people, learning new things and making friends.
For more information about our group, please contact the coordinator, Christine Scott at email@example.com
Donate to the Stephen Lewis Foundation's Grandmothers Campaign.
During the coming season, you will find Victoria Grandmothers for Africa at the following events:
Our signature unique hand-made cards will be on sale at the Out of Hand Artisan Fair. A full range of our Sales and Crafts items will be available at the Videa Fair Trade Fair.
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