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Tzach Alon and Rebecca Raaber load a Sun Youth car for our home delivery program helping those coping with isolation. Photo courtesy of Sun Youth
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Here At Sun Youth: Cheers to 30 years of collaboration

Our communications department grew along with The Senior Times.

Here at Sun Youth: Volunteering pays off
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Here at Sun Youth: Volunteering pays off

To carry out its activities and help hundreds of people daily, Sun Youth relies on volunteers.

Sun Youth and Éconologis partner to turn up the heat
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Sun Youth and Éconologis partner to turn up the heat

In 22 years, Sun Youth’s Heating Assistance Program has helped low-income families and individuals pay their electricity and heating bills.

Here at Sun Youth: CJA launches Feed the Truck event
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Here at Sun Youth: CJA launches Feed the Truck event

The Hebrew term “Tikun Olam” means “to repair the world” and in today’s context it encompasses the idea of fixing what is broken in society.

Sun Youth: Nothing says summer like bikes and camp
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Sun Youth: Nothing says summer like bikes and camp

Sun Youth is gearing up for another fun-filled summer.

Here at Sun Youth: Motivated to better young lives
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Here at Sun Youth: Motivated to better young lives

Righting social inequities motivated a group of youngsters to establish Sun Youth in 1954.

Sun Youth: Making a special connection
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Sun Youth: Making a special connection

“If grandparents did not exist, we would have to invent them.”

Sun Youth fundraiser at Robin des Bois restaurant in Montreal.
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Here at Sun Youth: Valentine’s Day love to help pay for heat

Over 80 people attended the Sun Youth Valentine’s Day fundraiser February 12.

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Carpentier
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Here at Sun Youth: Welcome to the bookstore

Donations to Sun Youth are as diverse as the people who donate.

Here at Sun Youth: Laughter keeps us going
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Here at Sun Youth: Laughter keeps us going

Sid Stevens says there is no such thing as a bad day: some days are just better than others.