A big thank you to everyone who attended our National Conference on November 14 and 15 – our first virtual conference ever! You have all helped reignite our conviction that a world free of extreme poverty is possible, even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even though the conference is over, we want to keep the momentum going! We're happy to share video recordings, photos and leave-behinds from select sessions. Click here to access all conference resources.
We’re looking for the next generation of advocates and leaders! Starting in January 2021, the Results Education and Advocacy Fellowship is a brand new opportunity for adults across Canada that features hands-on advocacy and leadership training. Click to learn more.
On September 29, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a commitment of CAD$400 million in new and additional aid to address the humanitarian impacts of COVID-19 on those most vulnerable around the world. This investment is new and additional aid and gets us one step closer to achieving our 1% ask! It comes immediately following a September 25 announcement of CAD$220 million to the COVAX facility to purchase doses for low- and middle-income countries. Read about the latest commitment here.
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“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.” . Roshelle has been a volunteer since 2009 and was a co-leader of the Toronto group until 2018, read her story.
Get information, FAQs and relevant articles and resources to support you in communicating and advocating during these unprecedented times. As we continue to grapple with the coronavirus pandemic, we are coming together as a community and continuing our work to support the world’s most vulnerable populations.