Today we celebrate International #PeaceDay!
In the words of Martin Luther King Jr. “Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek, but a means by which we arrive at that goal.”
We at IDRF believe that peace can only be achieved when everyone can live with #dignity.
What does LIVING WITH DIGNITY mean?
- Women can access clean water without risking their lives and walking for miles
- Hearing-impaired youth can learn to communicate and gain skills for a brighter future
- Families in a refugee camp can have food, shelter, fuel, water and warm clothing for the winter
- Traumatized children of war can access psycho-social programming to improve their mental health
To pursue dignity, we are happy to introduce IDRF’s latest initiative:
Join us on a Walk for Dignity to ensure that all human beings around the world can live with dignity in Canada and abroad! Coming to 3 major cities in Canada in May 2017.
Interested to know more?
On Sept 30 we will be kicking off the Dignity Tour series in Toronto at Arta Gallery, 6:30 p.m. Network with like-minded professionals, supporters, humanitarians, and activists and find out more about walking with THE DIGNITY WALK.
Together we can change the lives of many