Oct
1
1:00 pm13:00

Ride for Refuge

The Ride for Refuge is a family-friendly cycling and walking fundraiser that helps charities raise money for displaced, vulnerable and exploited people around the world.

The RIDE is held on Saturday, October 1, 2016 and provides each participant the chance to:

  • ride up to 50km / 30 miles or,
  • walk 5km or 3mile and of course,
  • fundraise much needed money for a participating RIDE charity partner.

You must be a member of a team to support a charity - the team captain chooses the charity.

Find out more by visiting the Defend Dignity page on the Ride for Refuge site!

https://canada.rideforrefuge.org/charity/defenddignity

Oct
3
9:00 am09:00

Ride for Refuge

The Ride for Refuge is a family-friendly cycling and walking fundraiser that helps charities and their supporters to raise money for their work with the displaced, vulnerable and exploited.

Since 2004, the RIDE has raised more than $6,000,000 through the hard work of thousands of participants and volunteers in locations across Canada and select American cities.

Defend Dignity is a partner charity and is looking to raise $40,000 this year.   Please consider forming a team and riding on October 3.

For more information please click here

For event locations please click here

REVEAL
Mar
7
9:30 am09:30

REVEAL

  • Rouge Woods Community Centre

110 Shirley Drive, Richmond Hill, ON
Cost:  $25.

The program will include a short introductory session, followed by two breakout session time slots, and a closing session.  The breakout session options include:

Parenting and Porn by  Retired RCMP officer, Debbie Pond
In a world full of multiple communication devices, how do we keep our kids safe from the dangers of internet pornography?  Find out what you can do to protect your children – from 
pre-school to college.


The Effects of Porn on Relationships by  Living Waters Director, Toni Dolfo-Smith
Porn addiction - it’s a critical issue today for partners and friends.  Broaden your understanding of sexually addictive behaviour, the destructive consequences, understanding how change can occur, and tangible solutions.

Circle of Response by Defend Dignity Director, Glendyne Gerrard; Katarina Mcleod & Sheila Howlett
Exploited people are hurting and disadvantaged.  Churches want to help, but where do they begin?  Find out practical ways you can get involved and make a lifelong difference in someone’s life.

Click here for more information and to register.

 

Jan 29 | Oakville, ON
Jan
29
7:00 pm19:00

Jan 29 | Oakville, ON

  • Queen elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre

Start the conversation - Come to this launch event
Hear from a panel of experts including local/regional police and featured speaker Katarina
MacLeod.* Join in the Q&A that follows. Network with front line organizations.
Learn more about this campaign.

*Katarina MacLeod has suffered the same traumas that human trafficking victims suffer. A survivor of exploitation, sexual abuse, drug addiction, kidnapping, physical abuse and domestic trafficking, she was trapped in prostitution for over 15 years.

Training Session | Saskatoon, SK
Nov
5
Nov 21

Training Session | Saskatoon, SK

  • CIRCLE DRIVE ALLIANCE CHURCH

CIRCLE DRIVE ALLIANCE CHURCH
3035 PRESTON AVE. S, SASKATOON SK.
8:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
PART 1 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5 TO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2014
PART 2 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19 TO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2014

We're sorry, registration for this event is now closed.

OCT 29 | Welland, ON
Oct
29
7:00 pm19:00

OCT 29 | Welland, ON

  • First Baptist Church

Start the conversation - Come to this launch event
Hear from a panel of experts including local/regional police and featured speaker Katarina
MacLeod.* Join in the Q&A that follows. Network with front line organizations.
Learn more about this campaign.

*Katarina MacLeod has suffered the same traumas that human trafficking victims suffer. A survivor of exploitation, sexual abuse, drug addiction, kidnapping, physical abuse and domestic trafficking, she was trapped in prostitution for over 15 years.

RIDE 2014 | Nation Wide
Oct
4
9:00 am09:00

RIDE 2014 | Nation Wide

  • Teams All Across Canada

We'll be joining thousands of Canadians riding for charities serving the displaced, vulnerable and exploited. Riding a bike can seem like a small thing, but the impact is huge -- the funds we collect will change lives through the work of Defend Dignity. Click on the picture to go to the Defend Dignity Ride for Refuge Event Page.

Please, join a team, start a team and get sponsors, or perhaps give generously to those participating, and remember us on RIDE day as we huff and puff our way to the finish line. Knowing you're supporting us will be a great encouragement!

OCT 2 | Hamilton, ON
Oct
2
7:00 pm19:00

OCT 2 | Hamilton, ON

  • Redeemer University College

Start the conversation - Come to this launch event
Hear from a panel of experts including local/regional police and featured speaker Katarina
MacLeod.* Join in the Q&A that follows. Network with front line organizations.
Learn more about this campaign.

*Katarina MacLeod has suffered the same traumas that human trafficking victims suffer. A survivor of exploitation, sexual abuse, drug addiction, kidnapping, physical abuse and domestic trafficking, she was trapped in prostitution for over 15 years.

SEP 24 | Toronto, ON
Sep
24
7:00 pm19:00

SEP 24 | Toronto, ON

  • New Hope Fellowship

Start the conversation - Come to this launch event
Hear from a panel of experts including local/regional police and featured speaker Katarina
MacLeod.* Join in the Q&A that follows. Network with front line organizations.
Learn more about this campaign.

*Katarina MacLeod has suffered the same traumas that human trafficking victims suffer. A survivor of exploitation, sexual abuse, drug addiction, kidnapping, physical abuse and domestic trafficking, she was trapped in prostitution for over 15 years.

Mar 29 | Toronto, ON
Mar
29
6:00 pm18:00

Mar 29 | Toronto, ON

  • The Peoples Church

TORONTO FORUM
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