March Special Granny Bulletin: Tribunal Film, Celebrate and Rededicate Video, BC Super Gathering, and more!

Granny Bulletin: March 2016 Special Edition Welcome to the Granny Bulletin, your source for news, stories and information about exciting initiatives from the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign. In this Granny Bulletin: Dear Grandmothers and Grandothers African Grandmothers Tribunal Film now online!  Reflection and Renewal British Columbia Super Gathering  10 Year Anniversary Campa ... Continue Reading »

Grannies look for treasures

Brantford Expositor. March 16, 2016. By: Michelle Ruby Members of the Grand River Grannies show some of the art work on Tuesday which they’ve collected for an art sale April 21-24 at the Cottage at Glenhyrst Art Gallery in Brantford. They are looking for donations of artwork that will be sold to raise funds for the Stephen Lewis Foundation. Art can be donated from April 1-17. Brian Thompson/Brantford Exposit ... Continue Reading »

Grandmas deserve praise, help

Prince George Citizen. March 11, 2016. By: Neil Godbout In an interview a few years back, Shirley Bond spoke beautifully about how becoming a grandparent opened up another side of herself she didn’t know had existed, how love for your partner and your children is special but the love for a grandchild just adds another level of richness to the love already in one’s life. She called being a grandmother ... Continue Reading »

Grannies going global

Prince George Citizen. March 9, 2016. By: Christine Hinzmann Ida Nambeya, African consultant for the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign, will be speaking at the Grandmothers to Grandmothers event held at the Bob Harkins branch of the library on Sunday from 2 to 3. Photo Credit: Thomas Nybo There are about a dozen local grandmothers taking their grannying to a global level as they re ... Continue Reading »

Women help women around the world through Grandmother to Grandmother Campaign

Fort Erie Times. March 6, 2016. By: Sarah Ferguson Terri Phillips and Ida Nambeya were the guest speakers at the International Women’s Day Networking Luncheon Friday, March 4, 2016 in Fort Erie, Ont. Sarah Ferguson/Fort Erie Times/Postmedia Network Ida Nambeya is an example of how a woman facing many struggles in her life can overcome adversity. The mother of two biological daughters and ... Continue Reading »