Afternoon with the Goldeyes

B’nai Brith Canada is proud to present our 14th ‘Annual Afternoon with the Goldeyes’, a vital community project that supports Winnipeg’s most vulnerable. The event allows service agencies to bring their clients to enjoy a fun baseball game, accompanied by a delicious lunch and commemorative gifts. A wonderful experience at no cost.

Toronto Clothing Drop-off: July 21

Last month, B’nai Brith hosted a Pop-Up Clothing Shop, where vulnerable members of the GTA community were invited to collect any clothing they needed free of charge. This was made possible by the generous clothing donations we received from the community throughout the year. On Thursday July 21, we are holding a clothing donation drop-off at the Beth Tzedec parking …

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A Musical Summer Evening

On July 13, B’nai Brith in Winnipeg will be hosting a Chopin recital by acclaimed pianist Alyssa Kok.  The recital is being held as part of B’nai Brith’s interfaith initiative and will collect food items for our Winnipeg food program.  Kok graduated last year with full honours from the renowned Mozart University in Salzburg, Austria. She has given concerts all over …

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LSO Holocaust Remembrance Event

Join the Law Society, along with B’nai Brith and the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA)  for our upcoming Yom HaShoah program, where we’ll explore and come to terms with the intellectual and historical antecedents to Nazism and the lessons to be drawn related to integrity, our professional obligations and the preservation of our …

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The Legacy of Raoul Wallenberg

  Join us in an event to pay tribute and learn more about Canada’s first Honourary Citizen, Raoul Wallenberg. The event will feature a screening of “The Angel of Budapest” followed by a round table discussion with: David Matas, renowned human rights lawyer Susanne Berger, consultant to the Swedish-Russian Working Group on the Fate of …

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People Helping People

Diandra and Jordana Etkin, two sisters from Winnipeg, Manitoba, have been volunteering for B’nai Brith in Winnipeg for over a decade. Giving their time as volunteers was a lesson that Diandra and Jordana learned early on from their family. In Jordana’s words: “volunteering is part of my identity.” The Etkin sisters’ first program as volunteers …

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