Grandmothers - The Unsung heroes of Africa & the Canadian Sisterhood that supports them

On April 10, 2018 enjoy a lively presentation with videos, songs and discussion to learn how African grandmothers, left to care for their grandchildren orphaned by the AIDS pandemic, have become resilient, thanks to support from Canadian grandmothers and the Stephen Lewis Foundation.  The presentation, from Oomama, one of 240 Canadian grandmother groups, will entertain, inspire and inform you.  Don't miss it!

Pat McKee is a retired University of Toronto professor in the Department of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy. She recently travelled with the Stephen Lewis Foundation to take part in a gathering of 250 grandmothers in Tanzania. This presentation will include photos and impressions from her first-hand experiences in Africa.

This will be a Partner's night, so put the date on your calendars right away!