BECOME A VIRTUAL FARMER For more than 30 years, Canadian farmers have been working to end global hunger through the Canadian Foodgrains Bank. Now, you can become a “farmer”, too! Help grow a crop by sponsoring an acre of land through the Grow Hope project.
Kids Care Donations There are two youth teams from Eastern Canada going to El Salvador to build latrines. This will provide communities with safe places to go to the washroom and safer water. This year we are collecting money to help build latrines. At the end of each session we will give
2017 marks the fourth year of CBM’s She Matters Campaign which seeks to highlight global gender inequity. Past years have focused on girl education, microcredit for women entrepreneurs, and empowering female leaders. She Matters 4 Canada will focus on issues facing Indigenous women in Canada. CBM has invited singer/songwriter and Indigenous Leader Cheryl Bear
Brand new this year is the advocacy element of the She Matters campaign – doing something more with your church. Sign and send a letter to the Canadian Prime Minister urging the government to strengthen its existing support for global girls’ education. Take a picture with our #CBMSheMatters hashtag and post it on Facebook,
Poor nutrition in the first few months of a child’s life can lead to stunted growth, which is irreversible and leads to long-term developmental delays. Nearly half of all deaths in children under 5 are attributable to malnutrition. This translates into about 3 million unnecessary deaths of children per year. Meet Kumari and Naresh.
Canadian Baptists have a long history of advocating for the world’s poor. Our faith challenges us to respond with compassion and to do our utmost to help others in need. On CBM Sunday, your church can stand up for the world’s poor and help alleviate global hunger. Order our FREE resources to start building your church's worship service.
She Matters 3 is the next step in CBM’s campaign for gender equity, to educate, equip and empower some of the world’s most marginalized girls and women. They have the potential to be the greatest influencers for change in their families and communities, but are most often denied the chance to develop their gifts and