Welcome

NOTICE BOARD

Please plan to attend the Friday, November 17, breakfast meeting of North Bay Grans at 9:00 a.m. at Guido and Arlene’s and help plan future fundraisers.  Pick up some of our cards (photo on left) and have a look at the book Powered by Love: A Grandmothers’ Movement to End AIDS in Africa.

The September walk in Callander (see photo below) raised $570 and May walks organized by several North Bay Grandmothers raised $3066 for the Stephen Lewis Foundation.   For more information about the walks and other past fund-raising events, click on the Fund Raising tab above.

For more details about fund- raising events still in the planning stage, click here.

Thanks to those who have already paid their $10 membership fee for 2017.  If you have not yet done so and can not attend our November 17 meeting, please mail a cheque to Bunty Swanson, 990 Tilley St., North Bay, ON P1B 5A6.

Click here for more information about membership or send an email to northbaygrans@gmail.com. You can also call Bunty at 705-474-4044.

For Granny Bulletins from the Stephen Lewis Foundation, click here.

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The North Bay Grandmothers for Africa is a chapter of Grandmothers to Grandmothers of the Stephen Lewis Foundation.  Our mission is twofold:

To raise awareness and engage Canadians in the struggle to turn the tide of HIV/AIDS in Africa


To raise funds to support the projects of African grandmothers in their struggle to care for their orphaned grandchildren.  

       

In September 2008, a small group of friends founded our chapter and introduced it to the public with the help of Marianne Beer of the Stephen Lewis Foundation.

Since then North Bay Grandmothers have raised over $61,890 for Grandmothers for Africa.  Click on the Fund Raising tab above for details.


Below are thank-you notes North Bay Grandmothers received in August 2017 from the Grandmothers Campaign Team and from Regional Director Asmita Persaud for our 2015 fundraising efforts:

In May 2010 we sponsored Suzanne Brooks, a local grandmother, as one of 40 Canadian grandmothers at the First African Grandmothers Conference in Swaziland.  To view some of Suzanne's photos click here.

Suzanne will be making a presentation of her recent (2015) trip to Uganda representing Canadian Grandmothers at the May 25 fashion show. 

You can find more information about the Grandmothers event in Uganda by visiting the fall 2015 edition of Grassroots.  Go to stephenlewis.org. There you can sign up for your own copy of Grassroots.

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