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    Keeping Brampton Clean - A Community Initiative

    by N4SHID, 2 months ago

    Hello there,

    My name is Nashid Ahmed. I'm 21 years old, and I currently live in Downtown Brampton with my mom. I'm in business school, aspiring to be a musician in the future. I was told to post about this initiative by someone who saw my post about this initiative on Facebook, so I figured I would!

    Growing up, I always was concerned about pollution, waste, and litter - the lattermost of which is a personal pet peeve of mine. During the quarantine, I didn't have much to do, so after I got some other personal goals done, my friends... Continue reading

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    Visible Angels Virtual Summer Day Camp - August 31st, 2020

    by Hera Mubashar , 3 months ago

    Visible Angels have designed a Virtual Summer Day Camp on August 31st, 2020 for families who are part of their non-profit organization. Visible Angels is a non-profit organization for mothers who have a child with Special Needs and Disabilities. Visible Angels was created in October 2019, by a group of mothers in the GTA. Our mission is to support and advocate for individuals with Special Needs and Disabilities, and also their families. Originally we planned a “March Day Camp” for our families during March Break week, but due to the COVID-19 situation, we had to cancel the event. With the... Continue reading

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    Visible Angels: An Non-Profit Organization for Parents with a Child with Special Needs and Disabilities

    by Hera, 3 months ago

    Visible Angels is a non-profit organization for mothers who have a child with Special Needs and Disabilities. Visible Angels was created in October 2019, by a group of mothers in the GTA. After seeing the desperate need, these mothers connected and advocated on behalf of children, youth, and adults with disabilities. They also realized that along with promoting awareness within the community, the need of the individuals and their families need to be supported. The Visible Angels have touched many families not just in the GTA, but throughout Canada and internationally. Our mission is to support and advocate for individuals... Continue reading

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    Kids giving Thank you to garbage collectors

    by Shamsad, 3 months ago

    In Wilmont Court, today kids made Thank you note for garbage collector.

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    How you can give back

    3 months ago


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    Learna Brampton Tutors say Thank you to the Frontline workers in the fight against Covid

    by Learna Brampton, 4 months ago

    Our way to say Thank You.

    While many of us are not on the front lines during the COVID-19 pandemic, we all know someone who is.

    Our essential workers are putting their health at risk everyday in order to ensure the rest of us can remain safe and healthy.

    Learna Brampton wants to thank each and every one of our frontline workers for their dedication and perseverance during this time.

    In this endeavor, for the month of May, our tutors volunteered some hours for tutoring a kid (of a frontline worker) one-on-one in a virtual online setting for free.We also... Continue reading

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    Seniors Support Task Force creates care bags for Brampton’s seniors during Seniors Month

    4 months ago



    Who doesn’t love a good surprise! To recognize Seniors Month (June), the Seniors Support Task Force distributed care bags to let our seniors know that we are thinking of them and wish them good health and safety.


    The care bags include a pair of reusable cloth masks, gloves, hand sanitizer, candies and other sweet treats, a tile art paint kit and other giveaways such as pens. The bags also include fire prevention safety information as people spend more time indoors during the pandemic.


    Councillor Pat Fortini and Councillor Gurpreet Dhillon, Co-Leads of the Seniors Support Task Force, along with staff... Continue reading

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    Pastor Bright donates personal protective equipment to City

    4 months ago

    The City received a large donation of personal protective equipment from Pastor Bright of Holy Nations Revival Church. These items will be added to care packages being delivered to seniors through the assistance of volunteers. Thank you very much!

    Pictured here: (from left to right) Pastor Bright and his wife present their donation of surgical masks, hand sanitizer and food items to Daniella Balasal (right) Lead, Seniors Support Task Force.


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    Volunteers reflect on helping the City’s Youth Support Task Force

    4 months ago


    "As everything with COVID-19 started to unfold, it became apparent that those who were going to be most affected by the closures and job cuts were going to be those who were already disadvantaged in our communities. I wanted to volunteer with this task force because I felt it was important as a fellow community member to assist in any way I can to those individuals that still need the help during such a scary and stressful time. Those who have helped with the task force have been friendly, helpful, and accommodating during my time volunteering these past few months... Continue reading

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    Kids from Heartlake send their appreciation for frontline and essential services workers

    5 months ago

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