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peopleCare Kicks Off Annual Fundraising in Support of MEDA

 
May 1, 2019

peopleCare Kicks-Off Annual Fundraising in Support of MEDA

Join peopleCare this summer at two worthwhile and fun charity events to support MEDA’s Nigeria Way, which will benefit 41,000 people by providing struggling women and youth entrepreneurs with the tools, knowledge and access to loans they need to become self-sufficient and earn a sustainable living.

WW2G Trek

 

From July 18-21st, we will host our annual Women Walking to Grow “WW2G” Trek along the Bruce Trail. Participants will spend four days walking 100 km of the trail and networking with other long-term care sector leaders. There is also an option for guests to join the group for one day on July 20th – walking either 10 km or 20 km – followed by a celebration BBQ.

Register for the 2019 WW2G Trek by visiting the Women Walking to Grow website. Or learn more about WW2G Trek Sponsorship Opportunities.

2019 Golf Tournament

 

August 9th is peopleCare’s annual golf tournament at the Cambridge Golf Club, which includes 18 holes of golf, silent auction, a sumptuous dinner and lots of great prizes.

Registration is open! Visit our 2019 Golf Tournament page for details and to sign up today!

 

Why peopleCare partners with MEDA

As part of our Beyond Ourselves commitment to social responsibility, peopleCare is a long-time supporter of MEDA, a non-governmental organization that alleviates poverty in developing countries through international economic development. MEDA has a huge positive impact around the world – in 2018 they worked with 400 local partners in 62 countries to help 103 million families. In the past two years alone, the collective efforts of our valued partners, private and institutional donors has generated over $1.2 million for MEDA projects.  Truly remarkable when you consider MEDA can empower one entrepreneur and their family for generations, all for less than $100! 

 

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