all our 2020

Calendar

Do you want to participate in upcoming Results Canada events? Consult our calendar to learn about opportunities and volunteer led activities.

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Info session: volunteering with Results Canada

Have you recently joined as a volunteer or you want to know more about volunteering? Register for one of our upcoming online information sessions.

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Robyn Waite, Policy and Advocacy Manager

April 2020 - Since joining Results Canada in August of 2019 as the Global Health and Tuberculosis (TB) Campaigns Officer, Robyn continuously motivates the team and works hard to drive big impacts for the organization. “My favourite thing about Results is working with a team of compassionate, caring, highly intelligent, and motivated individuals who are all striving towards the same vision of a world where there is no extreme poverty.”

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Mélissa Dubé, Public Engagement Coordinator

January 2020 - Mélissa has been working with Results Canada since January 2018 where she collaborates with volunteers by empowering them to take action to end extreme poverty. “The people who take the time to volunteer are incredibly special in my view. They could be doing anything, but instead, our volunteers take time out of their busy and precious schedules to say ‘this is important to me and I’m going to do it’. To me, that warrants special recognition.”

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Saurabh Rane, TB Survivor, Mumbai, India

April 2020 - Saurabh Rane lives in Mumbai, India and works as an associate in an artificial intelligence non-profit which builds solutions for health care and agriculture. He is also a TB survivor.“ I believe that the world changes by your actions and not your opinions. Life is what you make of it, and TB shouldn’t make you lose your dreams. My victory over TB has helped me raise awareness about TB, destigmatize it and provide hope and belief to patients. The aim is to thrive, not just stay alive.”

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Kate O’Brien, TB Survivor, New York City (NY)

January 2020 - “People need to know how many people die from tuberculosis even though we have a cure for it. When you think about what an injustice that is - that this is a curable disease - that keeps me up at night. It just makes me crazy when I think that 1.6 million people die of a disease that we have a cure for. It should make you nuts. It’s a huge injustice.”

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Roshelle Filart - 2020 volunteer award winner

November 2020 - “Time is one of the most precious commodities that we have in this modern, technologically driven world. I choose to give my time to volunteer with Results because the return on investment of a relatively small amount of time spent learning about global poverty issues, writing letters and meeting with decision-makers can be huge in terms of collective global change.” says Roshelle who has been a volunteer since 2009 and was a co-leader of the Toronto group until 2018.

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Results Canada Fellowship program

the next generation of advocates and leaders The Fellowship class of 2021 is now full. Bookmark this page and sign up to not miss out on any details for the 2022 Fellowship recruitment (Fall 2021). Launched in January 2021, the Results Canada Education and Advocacy Fellowship Program is a 12-month hands-on advocacy and leadership training […]

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Jeanette Aubin - 2020 volunteer award winner

October 2020 - “When Prime Minister Trudeau recently announced renewed funding for GAVI and GPEI, this was another high point in my time with Results Canada. Just to know that all of us across Canada played a major role in achieving this, is certainly something of which I am very proud.” says Jeanette from the Victoria BC group.

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Saying goodbye to 2020

December 2020 - When COVID-19 struck, Results volunteers stepped into high-gear. As early as April, we were all demanding Canadian leadership to #EndCovidEverywhere and calling on the government to invest the equivalent of at least 1% of what we’d spent on our domestic pandemic response to the global effort, or CAD$2.3B in new international aid.

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Take action on Oct 17: International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

October 2020 - The best defense against hopelessness? Taking action and getting results. Saturday October 17 is the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. It’s a day when the world pauses to reflect on the devastating impact of extreme poverty, violence and hunger. It’s also a day when we stand together powerfully with those living in poverty to commit to fighting for a more equitable and hopeful world.

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Sherry Moran - 2020 volunteer award winner

September 2020 - “Advocacy was what drew me to Results - there is no better feeling than ‘selling’ a message that you are passionate about, and ending extreme poverty through better global health and education is truly something to believe in!" Sherry is a driven and dedicated volunteer who continuously uses the various tools in her advocacy toolbox to take significant and effective actions.

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