Golf tourney to benefit African grandmothers, kids

Prince George Citizen. May 27, 2016 By Christine Hinzmann The local Grandmothers to Grandmothers group has tripled in size in a matter of months, proving the power of G-mas continues to grow right here in Prince George. G2G PG is a group of 60 grandmothers who have joined the initiative started by the Stephen Lewis Foundation that sees Canadian granny groups offer support to African grandmothers who are left to ra ... Continue Reading »

Guelph’s Biker Bob still busy fixing and selling bikes for charity at age 90

Guelph Mercury Tribune. May 26, 2016 By David DiCenzo Biker BobBob McNeish, a.k.a. Biker Bob, sits amid an array of children’s bikes he’s spent much of the winter repairing so he can sell them for charity on the front lawn of his home on Arkell Road. Combined with earnings from an annual plant sale set up by his daughter, Mary Rife, for the Go Go GrandMothers, McNeish donated $9,000 to the Stephen Lewis Founda ... Continue Reading »

Grandmothers to Grandmothers Plant Sale

Bradford Times . May 25, 2016 By Miriam King June Calder, right, and Adrienne Price at the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Plant Sale in Bond Head, Ont. on Saturday May 21, 2016. Miriam King/Bradford Times/Postmedia Network   The Stephen Lewis Foundation fighting HIV/AIDS in Africa provides care and support to women and children with HIV/AIDS, and to the grandmothers, who care for their orphaned grandchildren. F ... Continue Reading »

QC On the Scene featuring Jabula! a Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers Regina fundraiser

Regina Leader-Post. May 6, 2016 By Michael Bell Irene Gaudaur, Dagny Marshall, Marilyn Wall and Kathleen Kirk during Jabula!, a Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers Regina fundraiser supporting the Stephen Lewis Foundation, held at Queensbury Convention Centre in Regina on April. 30.Source: Michael Bell Grandmothers 4 Grandmothers Regina welcomed Illana Landsberg-Lewis, daughter of Stephen Lewis and co-founder of the Stephe ... Continue Reading »

Grassroot Grannies’ efforts blooming

Kanata Kourier-Standard. May 3, 2016. By Adam Kveton. Plant sale coming up six months after trip to Uganda Dancing grannies Ugandan grannies and dancers perform during the first ever National Grandmother’s Gathering in Uganda. Several local Grassroot Grannies attended the meeting as long-time supporters of the Stephen Lewis Foundation which supports grandmothers in Uganda. One of t ... Continue Reading »