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Halifax Chapter

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About Our Chapter

The volunteers of the Halifax Chapter have been focused on bringing relief to the city’s needy since 2012, building on the strong serving foundation laid by the many volunteers of the Halifax Dartmouth Church of Christ going back to 1998. Some of the projects we have facilitated have included Operation Christmas Child, Community Clean Up events, the Sunday Supper program and Remembrance Day and Christmas Letters of Encouragement.

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People singing Christmas Carols
Sunday Suppers Program Volunteers with Food

Volunteer Opportunities

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CHRISTMAS CAROLLING

 

Please join us again this year as we spread Christmas joy at a local Seniors Home on Sunday, December 11th at 2:30 pm at Ocean View.

Questions? Please email: greg.taylor@hopewwcanada.org

Ongoing Programs

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SUNDAY SUPPERS


Please join us as we once again gather to serve and support the Sunday Supper Program.

 

Food Preparation: Friday, November 4th 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM @ 62 Clayton Park Drive. For the first time since the pandemic began, we will be offering an option to “stay” and assemble the pans together as a group. Alternatively, you can pick up the ingredients and assemble the pans on your own, whichever method you are most comfortable with.

 

Food serving Time: Sunday, November 6th 3:30 PM – 6:00 PM, St. Andrews United Church (Coburg & Robie Street in Halifax)
Questions? Please email: nancytaylor@eastlink.ca 

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Greg Taylor

Greg Taylor

Country Director

Chapter Director of Halifax

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Greg and his family have been involved with HOPE worldwide Canada since its inception. He currently serves as the Country Director as well as on the Board of
Directors. A passionate volunteer and traveler, Greg has been privileged to serve with HOPE programs in India, Nepal, the Philippines, Hungary and in Winnipeg. In his corporate life, Greg has over 25 years of international sales and business development experience in the telecommunications and technology sectors – his business travel has taken him across Canada (all 10 provinces), the USA (39 of 50 states) and throughout Europe and the UK.