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Tuesday, May 13
, 2014 at 7:00 PM, Doors open 6:00 PM

Ron Manfield and his music with Bob Cary 18 pieces orchestra

-Cabaret / Jazz-

Concert in support of Canadians for Children at Health Risk

Place: Lula Lounge
1585 Dundas Street West, Toronto

Doors open - 6 pm
Concert - 7pm

Admission $ 20

For more info visit: www.mpcmusic.com











Saturday, January 25, 2014 at 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm


"Lego Factory"

Workshop for kids, ages 5-12
High Park Public Library, Meeting Room
228 Roncesvilles Avenue 
Toronto, Ontario

For more info call 416 762 3541

Great way to build self confidence, fine motor skills, creativity and ideas, make new friends and have fun playing with LEGO toys!
Parents are required to be present.

Refreshments and Lego toys will be provided for the event.



Sunday, November 17, 2013 at 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM


ANNUAL ART AUCTION AND LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Featuring original artworks by local artists at GREAT prices
Auctioneer:



Michael Prue, MPP Beaches-East York

Admission: PWYC-Pay What You Can

Door PRIZE- Painting!!!

Payment: cash or cheque

Free Parking /Cash Bar

Contact: 416-762-3541
Location: Balmy Beach Club 
Foot of Beech Avenue
1 Beech Ave
Toronto, ON 
M4E 1A7
Business Number: 887240075RR0001




July/ August 2013


CCHR activities in collaboration with Red Cross Macedonia

CCHR assisted with 7 workshops held at Ohrid Macedonia by Red Cross staff and volunteers 
200 young people age 13-25 were in attendance to get information about the prevention of HIV and AIDS 
1 000 health /promotional brochures Stop Aids prepared by CCHR , translated in Macedonian language, 
were implemented in Red Cross activities and distributed to Macedonian Youth.


Monday, March 18, 2013 at 7.00 pm - 9.00 pm






Saturday, January 26, 2013 at 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm


"Lego Factory"

Workshop for kids, ages 5-12
Runnymede Library
2178 Bloor St. W. 
Toronto ON M6S 1M8

Great way to build self confidence, fine motor skills, creativity and ideas, make new friends and have fun playing with LEGO toys!
Parents are required to be present.

Refreshments and Lego toys will be provided for the event.






June and July 2012


CCHR started the health/educational mission in Macedonia.
This project was held in colaboration with Red Cross Macedonia by implementing CCHR educational brochures Stop AIDS" in their activities.

Four workshops for 80 younge people (ages 16-28) were held in Ohrid Macedonia, by experiance facilitators about prevention of HIV/AIDS
This was followed by delivering 2000 brochures and some condoms to Ohrid Youth to inform them about prevention of HIV/AIDS.










 

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

"Hart House" University of Toronto

Zolen Georgievska attended the Global Health Challenges HSPP Conference and NGO Fair. She presented CCHR Mission and "Stop AIDS" brochure to High School Partnership Program and U of T International Health Program.

Maja Zagorac helped displaying the CCHR brochures, flyers and other materials at NGO Fair held the same day.



Saturday, March 10, 2012
at 11.00 am-1.00 pm

"Lego Factory"
Workshop for kids, ages 5-12
Runnymede Library, Toronto

Refreshments and Lego Toys are provided



Saturday, February 18, 2012
at 11.00 am-1.00 pm

"Lego Factory"
Workshop for kids ages 5-12
Healthy snacks and Lego toys are provided
Parents are required to be present
Runnymede Library,Toronto




September-November 2011


Playing with "Rainbow"
Workshops for kids in need, from Serbian community
East York Community Centre, Toronto
Facilitator Rajko Seat
in participation with Children Aid Society



Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM


ANNUAL ART AUCTION AND LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Featuring original artworks by local artists at GREAT prices
Auctioneer:



Michael Prue, MPP Beaches-East York

Admission: PWYC-Pay What You Can

Door PRIZE- Painting!!!

Free Parking /Cash Bar

Location: Balmy Beach Club 
Foot of Beech Avenue
1 Beech Ave
Toronto, ON 
M4E 1A7





April-June 2011


"Playing with Rainbow"

Workshops for kids from serbian community
organaized in participation with New Horizons, Healing and Hope Coalition

Place: East York Community Centre ,Toronto

Facilitator: Rajko Seat



Saturday, May 7, 2011 at 2.00 PM - 4.30 PM


LEGO Factory, kids ages 5-12
Great way to build self confidence, fine motor skills, creativity and ideas, make new friends and have fun playing with LEGO toys!
Parents are required to be present.
Refreshments and Lego toys will be provided for the event

Toronto Public Library,
Runnymede Branch
2178 Bloor St. W.
Toronto ON 
M6S 1M8

Phone: 416-393-7697



Saturday, March 26, 2011 at 2.00 PM - 4.30 PM


LEGO Factory, kids ages 5-12
Great way to build self confidence, fine motor skills, creativity and ideas, make new friends and have fun playing with LEGO toys!
Parents are required to be present.
Refreshments and Lego toys will be provided for the event

High Park Library,
228 Roncesvalles Ave.



Saturday, January 29, 2011 at 2.00 PM - 4.30 PM


LEGO Factory, kids ages 5-12
Great way to build self confidence, fine motor skills, creativity and ideas, make new friends and have fun playing with LEGO toys.
Parents are required to be present. Refreshment will be provided.
Admission: PWYC- pay what you can.
Runnymede Library, Meeting Room
2178 Bloor St. West



Sunday, November 28, 2010 at 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM


ANNUAL ART AUCTION AND LIVE ENTERTAINMENT
Featuring original artworks by local artists at GREAT prices
Auctioneer:



Michael Prue, MPP Beaches-East York

Admission: PWYC-Pay What You Can

Door PRIZE- Painting!!!

Free Parking /Cash Bar

Location: Balmy Beach Club 
Foot of Beech Avenue
1 Beech Ave
Toronto, ON 
M4E 1A7






June 15,  2010 Toronto


Z. Georgievska President CCHR, received the Volunteer Achivement Award in recognition to her valuable contribution in Toronto's community.
The Award was given to Zolen, at the annual Spring Levee hosted by Chery Di Novo, MPP for Parkdale - High Park, at Lithuanian Town Hall in Toronto, on June 15. 2010.





June  2010


STOP HIV AND AIDS

o Today, around the world, there are nearly 40 million people living with HIV or AIDS.
o Last year over 5 million people were infected with HIV.
o More than 50% of them were between 15-24 years of age
o Women are more susceptible to HIV than men.

Once someone is infected with HIV they are infected for life, but HIV can be PREVENTED!

While most of us have heard of HIV and AIDS, there are many who are still unaware of the basic facts related to HIV and how it can be transmitted.

HIV (the Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is a preventable disease that attacks the body's immune system. Over time HIV can lead to AIDS (Acquired immunodeficiency Syndrome) which cannot be cured. As the disease progresses, people can die from a range of infections due to their weakened immune system. Medication can only slow down the progression of the disease but cannot cure it.

HIV is a slow acting virus therefore a majority of infected people look healthy and feel well for years after the infection. Some don't even know they have a virus while they can spread HIV irrespective of their knowledge.

HIV is spread via:
o Unprotected sex (intercourse without a condom)
o Transfusions of unscreened blood, contaminated needles, and
o Infected women can pass it onto their child during pregnancy, childbirth, and/or breastfeeding.

Raising awareness of how HIV is transmitted is one of the best ways we can prevent the epidemic and potentially save millions of lives.
By informing the youth and helping them with changing attitudes and overcoming ignorance more people will be able to stay safe.

Advices for Youth:

o Do not engage in unprotected sex (without condom).
o Discuss protection with your partner before you have sex.
o If you think you may be at risk of contracting HIV, visit a sex clinic near you where all your information is kept confidential. 

Just by reading these lines, you have taken the first steps towards safety. It is important to spread this information to friends and family since education and protection are the best prevention.

Canadians for Children at Health Risk are assisting and joining the international struggle against HIV infection in children and youth through raising awareness about prevention. We also believe that by spreading the word, more young people would know how to prevent HIV infection and more of them would stay safe.



May 7, 2010 at 5:30 - 8:30 PM


Fundraiser for Canadians for Children at Health Risk-CCHR
Chapters Runnymede Theatre
2225 Bloor Stree West, Toronto
tel: 416 761 9773

Chapters Runnymede and CCHR cordially invite you to our fundraiser. Join us for a fun evening of culture and literacy and the chance to support children charity and celebrate Mother's Day With every purchase made at Chapters Runnymede on this special evening, 10% of your purchase will be donated back to CCHR.
Choose from a wide selections of books, gifts, magazines, movies, music and more.
For more info please contact Zolen at: 416 762 3541
Thank you for coming out and supporting CCHR.



January 4, 2010 - January 31 2010


CCHR Silent ART Auction
Variety of art works will be on display at the Coffee Tree Roastery
2412 Bloor St Wesr
tel: 416 767 1077
Meet the artists and closing BID on Sunday January 31 at 2.30-4.30 pm at the coffee shop



December 7. 2009


CCHR Workshop; Copyng with unemployment and family
Facilitator: Rajko Seat
Place: Crossways Job Centre



Sunday, October 18, 2009 at 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM


10 th Annual CHARITY ART AUCTION
Featuring original artworks by local artists at GREAT prices
Auctioneer:



Michael Prue, MPP Beaches-East York

Free Admission & Snacks, Cash bar

Win a PRIZE!!!

Location: Balmy Beach Club 
Foot of Beech Avenue
1 Beech Ave
Toronto, ON 
M4E 1A7








June 2009

CCHR Mission in the developing regions of the Balkans: Stop HIV and AIDS

Presntation by: Zolen Georgievska
Place: Red Cross Macedonia and Red Cross Serbia

"Our current project is to assist International struggle against HIV infection in children and youth by raising awareness about prevention…" 
Ms. Georgievska presented and offered to Red Cross Macedonia and Serbia, CCHR educational flyer translated to Serbian and Macedonian languages: "Stop HIV and AIDS".

Red Cross's medical professionals and staff in both countries gladly accepted the possible co-operation. They considered this topic very useful and valuable for youth as well as compatible with their on going methods of prevention. They very much depend on our financial help for printing flyers in local languages for youth events.

"CCHR is mostly hoping to get help from Macedonian and Serbian communities residing in Canada, through their donations or by buying an art work from CCHR on line gallery."


Red Cross Of Serbia & Macedonian Red Cross:





















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