As of April 7, 2020 $ 19,015.00 was collected for this fund. On February 7th, 2020, Global Neighbors lost our beautiful Secretary, Kai, in a car accident. She will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved her. Kai leaves behind her hudband, daughter Bai Fern, and son Win. With your help,[…]
Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. Click the picture to read to inspiring story of communities coming together to provide an important piece of medical equipment to a community in need.
Help from local businesses in our home communities plays a huge part in our success. The contributions made from volunteers play a vital role in the completion of our facilities. The people who need this hospital are forever grateful for your work and we thank you for the donation of your time and resources to assist in making this facility possible. […]
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If you are interested in travelling with us on one of our mission work tours you can contact us directly or fill out the PDF forms below and Email them back to us. Mailing Address Global Neighbors Canada Inc. RR 5, Site 21, Box 30 Prince Albert, SK, Canada S6V 5R3 E-mail email@example.com Telephone Phone: […]
Past work teams have consisted of people from all walks of life. From Business owners to Students, our teams volunteer with excitement and passion to work to make a difference.
December 10, 2014 They say while you are here there will be one moment that touches you the most. Today, I had that moment. We were at the garbage dump after the giveaway. I had saved a small stuffed puppy for someone special. I found one little boy that was with his mom sitting on[…]
Made our first trip into refugee camp yesterday. Very difficult to get access now that Thai military are running country. Not allowed to take photos of the camp, just people we met. Over 40,000 people live in this camp. Very crowded and depressing. Camp has been here 20 yrs. so many people have never known[…]
SOME IMPORTANT ITEMS FOR YOU TO LOOK AFTER Valid passports – Make two photocopies of the main page, leave one at home and take the other one with, but keep it in a separate place from your passport. Important: If you plan on staying longer than 30 days in Thailand, you require a special visa.[…]