Race to Kabala – Interview with Rod Miller

Potential. It’s what drives Rod Miller’s every day. The potential to impact one person in the day, knowing that they may go on to impact others, is a fire that he’s anxious to share with others. In his current role as the president of Alberta’s CPHR, as well as a leadership coach, Miller finds ample opportunity to do more of what he loves in a professional setting. His recent participation in CAUSE Canada’s Race to Kabala last month, though, reflects a growing personal desire to be more involved in potential around the globe.

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COVID-19 Prevention Project Update – Guatemala

Just last month we beat our goal of raising $10,000 for children’s education. Yet COVID-19 continues on and schools have stayed closed in many developing countries, such as Guatemala. What happens to Guatemalan children when they aren’t able to return to school? 

 

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Race to Kabala – Interview with Ed Temple

“It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish.” 

For Ed Temple, this maxim sums up his life in a nutshell. Look him up and you’ll realize very quickly that he’s a star volunteer and business guru who invests in the lives around him. An executive leadership coach active in Calgary’s corporate community, one of Temple’s volunteer roles includes serving as CAUSE Canada’s board chair. What may come as a surprise to those who know him, then, is that his high school teachers wouldn’t have suggested higher education for him at all.  

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How COVID-19 is Affecting Global Malnutrition

Something you might not know is that COVID-19 is having an unprecedented impact on global malnutrition, particularly on children. How is this happening?

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Celebrating International Youth Day

Sierra Leone Education

We have all heard the question, “is 2020 over yet?” and 2020 is proving to be a challenging year but especially so for youth globally. School closures, a lack of in-person interactions, and other mental health stressors are familiar concerns for any parent or teenager. The impact of COVID-19 on adolescents, though, has even greater implications.

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“Now We Know That We Have Worth” – A Discussion With Rita Romero

On March 28, we look forward to welcoming Rita Romero, CAUSE Canada’s Gender Advisor from Quimistán, Honduras to speak at our 15th annual Gala fundraiser. At the Gala, Rita will be speaking about the challenges of being a girl and going to school in rural Honduras.

In preparation for Rita’s visit, we asked Rita to share a little bit about her work.

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CAUSE Canada’s 15th Annual Gala Fundraiser

Join us on March 28 for CAUSE Canada’s 15th annual Gala Fundraiser, Moving Hills and Mountains: Changing the Landscape of Poverty through Education!

 

 

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Gifting From The Heart

We’ve put together a gift guide for you that guarantees zero waste and lifelong impact. This is no joke: our gift guide is literally life-changing.

 

 

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2019 Thanksgiving Impact Report

From the steep mountainous highlands of Western Guatemala to the straw roofs along the very bumpy roads of Sierra Leone and the rural communities with beautiful vistas of Honduras, we want to thank you for supporting CAUSE Canada this year!

 

 

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A Graduation Story

Kadie* was in grade 11 when she became a CAUSE bursary student in 2017. She is an incredibly bright and hardworking student at the top of her class.

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