Giving back in the midst of crisis: A BC nurse's COVID-19 journey

Amy is a Registered Nurse at St. Paul’s hospital in Vancouver, BC. After being hospitalized for COVID-19, she started asking friends and family to tie ribbons around the tree in her front yard to keep her spirits up, and to give back to the people that will be affected by this crisis both in Canada and around the world. What followed was an outpouring of support from loved ones, neighbours and complete strangers to create the “Giving Tree.”

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2019_ Malawi Floods caused by Cyclone Idai

In the immediate aftermath of Cyclone Idai, the generous support of CARE donors provided life-saving assistance to families in need including tents, food supplies, clean water and hygiene kits.

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While I was fortunate enough to be raised by an upper middle class family in Montreal, I’ve known the struggle of making ends meet as an adult.

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Leaving a legacy gift: Janey's story

“When I look back on my life, I want to be remembered as someone who created spaces for opportunities. Through supporters like you and me, CARE is providing a different model to the poorest people on the planet.”

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People carrying CARE packages in Germany

After more than half a century, Helga still remembers the joy of opening that package to reveal the special items within. There were necessities like milk powder and canned meat, as well as coffee and clean clothing. She felt special, excited and cared for.

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