Presbyterian World Service and Development

Presbyterian World Service and Development (PWS&D) is an independently funded organization within the Presbyterian Church in Canada, responding to emergency relief needs as well as funding development projects. For 65 years, PWS&D has been working with partners overseas and Canadians here at home to make positive changes in our global village. PWS&D has a wide variety […]

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Extra Hands

Each weekday, a group of intellectually challenged adults gather at St. Columba to meet and to do various appropriate tasks. This is a project of the West Montreal Readaptation Centre to which St. Columba provides space. WMRC oversees the group with a full time educator while some congregational members volunteer their time to work with

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Presbyterians Sharing

The budget of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, a portion of which is used to support projects in Canada, China, Taiwan, Japan, India, Nepal, Nigeria, Malawi, Lesotho, South Africa, Kenya, Mauritius, Zaire, Mozambique, Nicaragua, Guyana and the Middle East. In Canada, Presbyterians Sharing supports ministries with new immigrants, inner city residents, First Nations peoples, and

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Dix Mille Villages

A non-profit store committed to providing vital fair income to people around the world by selling their handicrafts and telling their stories. Sales provide salaries to artisans so that they can pay for food, education, health care and housing, creating significant spinoff jobs in their communities. St. Columbans are involved by volunteering their time to

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