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.
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Sun Youth is gearing up for another fun-filled summer.
Righting social inequities motivated a group of youngsters to establish Sun Youth in 1954.
Over 80 people attended the Sun Youth Valentine’s Day fundraiser February 12.
A February fundraising dinner held in co-operation with not-for-profit restaurant Robin des Bois smelled and sounded great, thanks to Carmine Florist, which gave flowers to the ladies, and Rafael, a Dominican-Québécois singer who kept the evening hopping. Also in attendance were Sun Youth executive director Sid Stevens; Villeray-St. Michel-Park Extension […]
Though winter can be dark and cold, Sun Youth does its best to bring light and warmth into the lives of Montreal’s neediest families. In addition to serving 2,400 families every month, the food bank’s Holiday Hamper initiative ensures that nearly 5,000 families receive adequate resources to celebrate together during […]