April 11. 2007

TORONTO —The African-Canadian Christian Network (ACCN) today issued its third Call for Proposals from Toronto churches and community organizations committed to helping young people lead lives free of violence.

Third Call for Proposals (April 11th. 2007)
Third Call for Proposals (April 11th. 2007)

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May 3, 2007

20 MORE CHURCHES AND THEIR PARTNERS FOR YOUTH FOCUSED PROGRAMS.

TORONTO —The Honourable Mary Anne Chambers, Ontario Minister of Children and Youth Services, today attended the African-Canadian Christian Network (ACCN) news conference announcing the $865,000 in funding for 20 more churches and their partners to combat youth violence in Toronto

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April 14, 2007

Information provided to assist with justice and employment proposals.

The African Canadian Christian Network will be hosting 2 workshops on April 14th, 2007 in the areas of Justice and Employment. We are committed to helping our youth lead lives free of violence through funding local churches in one of four focus areas.

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Watch for a third call for proposals.

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April 11, 2007

TORONTO —The African-Canadian Christian Network (ACCN) today issued its third Call for Proposals from Toronto churches and community organizations committed to helping young people lead lives free of violence.

Visit the following links for full article:

Third Call for Proposals (April 11th. 2007)
Third Call for Proposals (April 11th. 2007)

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January 16, 2007

AFRICAN-CANADIAN CHRISTIAN NETWORK ISSUES SECOND CALL FOR ANTI-CRIME PROJECT PROPOSALS

TORONTO —The African-Canadian Christian Network (ACCN) today issued its second call for proposals from Toronto churches and community organizations committed to helping young people...(click here for current news release) (January 16. 2007)