Kelowna fundraiser returns to support African grandmothers.

published in summerland review on May 23rd 2019 Locals in the Okanagan are being asked to join in the 10th Annual Stride to Turn the Tide Walk. The run or walk fundraiser is looking to raise money, support and garner attention for grandmothers fighting the AIDS crisis in Africa. The local group Kelowna Grandmothers for Africa (KG4A) hosts the fundraiser at Mission Creek Park. Registration is free or by donation. K ... Continue Reading »

Cycling with VG4A

Stefa Katamay. Inspired 55+ lifestyle magazine. May 15, 2019. The group prepares for a day of cycling during the 2018 Cycle Tour. Photo provided by Victoria Grandmothers for Africa. My husband and I had only lived in Victoria a few months when, while out cycling, we came upon a group of Victoria Grandmothers for Africa (VG4A) riders. Stopping to help a VG4A rider with a mechanical issue provided the oppor ... Continue Reading »

Grandmothers’ Perennials to Help Counterparts’ Grandchildren In Africa

 Published: Saturday, 11 May 2019 20:00, Portage Online, Written by Michael Blume Brenda Miller-Adams (left) with one of the grandmothers (photos by Mike Blume) Saturday saw the Grandmothers Giving Perennial Plant Sale take place in Portage la Prairie Saturday at the PCRC Parking lot. Brenda Miller-Adams says they raise money for grandmothers raising their grandchildren in Africa. She outline ... Continue Reading »

Edmonton “Fabric Frenzy” rolls out recycled textiles for charity

Grandmothers of Alberta for a New Generation event raised more than $40k last year for AIDS foundation CBC News · Posted: May 04, 2019 5:58 PM MT | Last Updated: May 4   Volunteers sort through piles of discounted recycled fabrics at Hardisty School in Edmonton, with proceeds going towards organizations tackling HIV and AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa. (Jordan Omstead/CBC)   A roll of ... Continue Reading »