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Project Brotherhood Society

Project Brotherhood Society

Purpose

To help those in greatest need in Canada and abroad.

Nature of Work

Humanitarian work in Mexico that involves Canadian youth building houses, distributing basic necessities, and providing funds for medical care and education.

Outreach work in Canada that provides dinners, hampers, clothing to those in greatest need, especially to street youth and people with disabilities.

Placement

Time Frame

Mexico: Trips are mid-July to mid-August, approx. 35 days.

Canada: Ongoing programs all year.

Remuneration

No

Requirements

Mexico program is targeted for youth 15-18, but all are welcome. Adults are needed as leaders on the trip.

Canada program is open to teens and adults, but some activities require people over the age of 19.

Other Details

Mexico: Application and preparation period from January until mid-July. Summer program entails a mandatory interview period in February with a mandatory group meeting in May, a workshop in June, and a two-day retreat in July.

Contact Info

Aaron Wong-Sing
Project Brotherhood Society
10869 - 155A Street
Surrey, BC
Canada  V3R 0H7
PH:(604) 589-2870
FAX:(604) 951-3364
inquiries@projectbrotherhood.com
projectbrotherhood.com

Last updated: 2005-07-01

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