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Youth Shelters
Covenant House is Canada's largest youth shelter. More than just providing food and shelter, Covenant House provides medical attention, counseling, and educational / life-skills training, therein giving its young residents the tools by which to rebuild and restructure their lives from a clean slate, while living in a clean, supportive, and non-violent environment.

Victim Support
Mother's Against Drunk Driving is unique in the way it focuses on providing service and support to the victims and suvivors of crimes caused by drunk drivers, and their families. To learn more about their work and/or to donate your time and money, please click on the MADD link.

Amnesty International is a worldwide movement of human rights activists and financial supporters. They work together to prevent violations of people's fundamental civil and political human rights by governments and opposition groups. AI received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1977 and today is among the most highly respected human rights organizations in the world.

Missing Children
As well as assisting in locating missing children, Child Find Canada delivers education and prevention programs pertaining to children's safety. Child Find seeks to eliminate the problem of missing children through educational and awareness programs. Child Find Canada also offers fingerprinting clinics and advocates for the rights of children. They are funded solely by individual and corporate donations. By dialing 1-900-451-8080 you can make a $30.00 donation to Child Find that will be billed to your next phone bill automatically.

Resources for Gay and Lesbian Parents:
Launched by publisher Angeline Acain in September 1998, Gay Parent Magazine is a bi-monthly publication that covers adoption, donor insemination, surrogate parenting and other issues that effect gay and lesbians who are parents, or who wish to be parents.

Women of Color
Founded in 1990, the Women of Color Resource Center (WCRC) is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area and promotes the political, economic, social and cultural well being of women and girls of color in the United States. Informed by a social justice perspective that takes into account the status of women internationally, WCRC is committed to organizing and educating women of color across lines of race, ethnicity, religion, nationality, class, sexual orientation, physical ability and age.

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After the Rain, A New Adventure for Peter Pan
Dead Leaves and Other Flowers
If We Could Just Learn to Listen
Golsteinsweg 22

Beginning April 17 2003

After the Rain
A New Adventure for Peter Pan

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