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Saturday, November 24th Ramada Plaza Hotel – 300 Jarvis St. Toronto, ON 8 am to 4 pm Register Here Join us for the inaugural Financially Savvy Seniors Summit!   This one day summit will bring more than 100 seniors together for a day of learning and awareness building on financial elder abuse.   What to expect: A space of support – many seniors have been impacted by fraud, identity theft, and outright...

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Thanks to the generous support from the Canada Summer Jobs Program, we are currently seeking talented young people to join our team for Summer 2018. Eligible applicants students enrolled in full-time studies at the secondary or post-secondary level. To apply simply call to book an interview by May 31st. Interviews will take place on Monday, June 4th, and Tuesday, June 5th at the Victoria Park Hub. For...

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  On March 5th, Sesheme received a lovely visit from MP Yasmin Ratansi who share with us great news. We are thrilled to announce the introduction of Financially Savvy Seniors – an elder abuse awareness and financial literacy project. The project has been generously supported by the Government of Canada under the New Horizons for Seniors Program (NHSP) with a $25,000 grant. Beginning in April...

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  This 2-week hands-on career exploration camp for girls aged 11-15 will expose and connect participants to a wide variety of career options and mentors.   Career Crush Camp will support and inspire black girls and other girls of colour to visualize their bright futures and potential through discovery, development of potential. Participants will experience entrepreneurship, creative arts, civic engagement, service learning, science and all the possibilities that...

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She believed that everyone deserved an opportunity to live a happy and safe life and that it was everyone’s responsibility to support one another if possible.   Our parents came to Canada in the late 1970’s from Accra, Ghana. They had three children and our mother, the late Victoria Sesheme Okine, owned a local African restaurant where she loved sharing her favourite dishes from back home. She...

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