Ramadan Dinner at Nathan Phillips Square

Northern Lights Relief  Foundation organized  Ramadan Festival  “Sharing Ramadan With Toronto” at Downtown Nathan Phillips Square On May 23 and 24 between 6 PM to 10 PM people joined us to share a Ramadan meal with the needy.  Sharing our meal is also an opportunity for us to come together with people from different belief, culture, and identity. This event was free to participate and open to the public. In

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Happy holidays!!!! Gift packages

Distributing many gifts packages to refugees and families in need. One of the founding principles of Northern Lights Relief Foundation (NLRF) lies on the fact that the voluntary giving is a gesture of love and peace that can make an enormous difference to a person. Acts of kindness are very important, but a gift endures in a way that an act of kindness doesn’t. It is something physical that can rekindle memories years on. Keeping this in mind,

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All Newcomers Welcome!!!

The Seminar for Newcomers Northern Light Relief Foundation (NLRF) organized a seminar “New to Canada” in co-operation with YMCA and Cintosun Law Firm. Most of the participants were refugee families from Turkey, who significantly need support and empowerment to pursue a life in Canada. They had access to invaluable information and insights relating their first steps in Canada and guidance for their future career goals. The seminar hosted three

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Thanksgiving Dinner

Thanksgiving is a time for friends and families to come together and share here in Canada. Northern Lights Relief Foundation (NLRF) organized Thanksgiving Dinner with Sojourn House. The Foundation members and volunteers joined the dinner with refugee families who critically need sustained assistance with their integration into Canadian society. They shared their stories and had a warm family dinner at Sojourn House Refugee Centre. It was refreshing

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Northernlights Relief Foundation recent fresh meat donation to local food drive location in Toronto

Eid Al-Adha or as we call in Turkish “Sacrifice Feast", is a four-day religious festival. The Sacrifice Feast traditions include sacrificing an animal in a special ritual, visiting relatives and helping the poor. It is important to keep the less privileged in mind to create change in their lives. As many of us enjoy the benefits of the holiday gatherings with tables full of food, we must remember those who are displaced and poverty-stricken. In

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@IDIRegina volunteers with @AccReginaCenter and @nlrelief relief foundation food drive to Regina Treaty Indian Services