Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata Centre’s Random Act of Kindness is a campaign to share how the Ma Mawi family walks our talk by promoting the Ma Mawi way. Random Acts of Kindness comes natural to our value and strength based way of community people supporting other community people and we are honored to share these with others. We all work together to help one another!
I would like to submit this amazing story that was sent to me from Tammy Leask. On January 27/17 Tammy Leask was on the bus coming to the Ma Mawi Community Care Centre on McGregor when she noticed a young man that jumped on the bus. The bus driver said something to the young man [...]
I'd like to acknowledge Kyle Muswagon. For the past few months he's made himself available Wednesday afternoons to give me a ride to and from the PASS program in Elmwood. Even when there's food in the kitchen! Without his help, I would have to get a new parking pass from the school each time and park [...]
Debbie Chornoby packs a lunch every day. On several occasions, I have witnessed a community member coming into King Street hungry. Deb never hesitates to give her lunch to someone in need. Thank you Debbie for being so selfless, loving and most importantly YOU! <3 Submitted by: Randi Ermine
Last Thursday Jan 19, 2017 after our Community Lunch was over, a man came running into our building. He stated a woman needed our help as she was unconscious in the snow bank in the parking lot just off Ellice Ave and Spence St. He didn’t know her but he said he couldn’t wake her. [...]
Cheryl Parkes was very helpful in finding a solution to hanging our Cloak for the FGC conference. She went out of her way to help me and I just wanted to let her know this was very much appreciated. Crystal Leach is always so accommodating and willing to help. When I asked her to make [...]
Angela Young stopped at the 7-11 on Salter and Flora and came across a young woman who was sobbing. No one was paying any attention to her, then Angela felt the right thing to do was to ask the young woman what was wrong. The woman explained that she was dropped off by a cab [...]
December 14, 2016: Stacey Slater stepped in to a situation to help a woman who was trying to get her husband in her truck as he was very intoxicated this afternoon. Stacey felt it important that she assist a woman who was parked near her vehicle on the side of our building at 445 King [...]