Once again, Speroway has a team that is going to Haiti. From August 18 – 25 a team of seven from Fuller Life Church in Markham, Ontario will be visiting Haitian orphanages. The team will spend the time playing with the children, conducting a VBS program and doing various upkeep
In November (NOV1-6, 2011) a small Speroway Medical Team will make it’s way to Haiti.
The team will consist of Speroway Medical Team advisor Dr. Anthony Brown, Dermatologist, Dr. Channy Muhn, Dental Team Advisor, Dr. Jack Cottrell and Dental Assistant Michelle Cottrell. A Dental Technician named Peter Kubista will
The new school
Nature’s Sunshine Canada has partnered with Speroway and the people of Haiti to build a new school building at the Mission of Hope (MOH).
As noted by our partner in Haiti:
Quality education is vital in our effort
In partnership with Mission of Hope Haiti, Speroway is looking forward to a plan that brings renewed hope to families in Haiti.
The homes that we have raised funds to build, and continue to raise funds for are going to
On January 12, 2010 a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck near Port au Prince, Haiti, with a devastating outcome. Aftershocks measuring 4.5 or greater were recorded over the next 12 days, an estimated three million people were staggered.
To this day, families are living under tents,
Ali Matthews is an accomplished Singer-Songwriter from Stratford, ON. Her love for creating and producing music has earned her respect from her peers and fans throughout North America. She is also a long time supporter and spokesperson for Speroway.
Her brother is Dr. Anthony Brown, Speroway Medical Team Advisor,
Unisync Canada President Carmin Garofalo talks to FTC Canada VP-COO Cliff Cline about the partnership that was formed and ultimately galvanized by the disaster in Haiti.
A bus bound for Haiti was loaded onto a flatbed transport in the work yard of local trucking company MacKinnon Transport Inc. From Guelph the load will head south to sunny Florida to board a boat for the journey to Port au Prince.
Times for all these events to
On September 24, 2010, Paramedic Grant Rumford will take us on a journey to the very heart of Haiti.
FTC Canada sent Grant Rumford to Haiti to work with partner NGO, Mission of Hope. In May 2009 Grant decided to take a leave from the Halton Paramedic Service.
FTC Canada greatly values the partnership formed with Hanlon Business Park neighbour Unisync Group and their efforts to support needing families overseas particularly in earthquake ravaged Haiti.
Since 2008 Unisync Group has donated over $1 million worth of clothing to FTC Canada for needy children and their families in hurting
Dr. Anthony Brown has been featured prominently in post about our medical-dental teams as he is the FTC Canada Medical Team Advisor, working closely with Ken Dick, President of FTC Canada.
This video was taken shortly after Dr. Brown returned from Haiti. He was there with a team that
“There is no possible way we can get into Haiti!”
That was my first response to the question posed by my contact at the Halton Emergency Medical Services immediately after the devastating January 12th earthquake hit one of the world’s poorest countries. From that moment on we worked hard to