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  • New Westminster Secondary School Breakfast Club Program

    Through the Breakfast Club of BC Foundation, Dylan and Jordan Sidoo are proud to support the New Westminster Secondary School Breakfast Club Program. Across Canada, it is estimated that one in four children don’t eat a proper breakfast.

    The Breakfast Club programs provide a chance for students to connect with their peers, their teachers, the principal, it’s a place where if parents have to go to work early, and there’s not a place for them to go and no one to help them make breakfast, it’s a safe warm place parents can bring their kids to in the morning.

    We encourage others to help with there local Breakfast Club Programs across Canada by visiting https://www.breakfastclubcanada.org

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  • Sidoo Family Giving – COVID-19 Emergency Program Update

    To deal with the COVID-19 outbreak and address the needs of Vancouver’s most vulnerable. Sidoo Family Giving recently provided sanitizers and masks to residents of Oppenheimer Park. In order to prevent the threat we need to unite and protect our most vulnerable communities. “The situation is serious, and it is urgent. In a neighborhood where space, food, supplies, and everything is shared, if we have one infection, it could decimate this entire community,” DTES SRO Collaborative Society’s Wendy Pedersen says.

    We encourage others to help where they can including supporting the Downtown East Side Response Group.

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  • East End Boys Club 54th Annual Leadership Breakfast

    Wonderful event with the East End Boys Club at the 54th Annual Leadership Breakfast. Supporting the great work of Jimmy Crescenzo. Amazing leaders of today and future leaders of tomorrow!

    The East End Boys Club society works with marginalized youth between the ages of 13 – 25. Our goal is to not only provide life-skills training but to also provide socio-emotional support, in school and post secondary guidance and the opportunities to pursue higher education in both academic and trades skills training.

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  • World Housing House Party, Change the Rules for Girls’ inaugural Fundraising Event

    The first benefit for World Housing House Party, Change the Rules for Girls’ initiative raised almost $500,000 for a Cambodian housing project. Jordan, David and Manjy Sidoo were there to help raise funds and support this cause.

    Read more in BC Business Magazine: https://www.bcbusiness.ca/World-Housing-House-Party—Change-the-Rules-for-Girls-2020

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