Charity targets Rwandan children

While many Torontonians focused on the Grey Cup’s centennial game Sunday, others gathered to hear stories of the triumphs and future goals of the charity, Greenhope for Children.

Traditional Rwandan dancers entertain event goers.

Traditional Rwandan dancers entertain event goers.

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Members and Volunteers of GFC close the evening

Greenhope, a foundation that provides scholarships for youth in developing countries, hosted a screening of their recent works in Rwanda at the Metro Central YMCA.

The documentary was filmed by Greenhope’s creative director Aiko Ortiz.
Greenhope founder Marilyn Ize-Dukuze imagines a world where all children have access to an education.

Read the rest of the story at the Humber Et Cetera

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