One Love Family Services held a Ramadan Interfaith Gala on April 7. The group is a registered non-for-profit organization, which is located in Toronto. It aims to provide culturally appropriate food hampers to families and students in need through curb-side pickups, and through volunteers who make deliveries to clients across the GTA.
One Love’s mission is to provide families in need in Toronto, inclusive and respectful, with enough groceries to last a month, across all religions, gender, and race differences. Its moto is, “Love has no barriers, with its vision being, “To help alleviate poverty in families across Canada. To uphold the dignity of those whom we serve”.
In attendance at the Ramadan Interfaith Gala event was One Love’s team of dedicated volunteers, well-wishers, spiritual leaders, donors, and many more participants. The event took place at the Jamaican Canadian Centre in North York. Among those in attendance were Acting Guyana Consul Grace Joseph, also attending were other generous donors. Amir, “Quality Meats” owner Tony Aziz and family. Bash and Ajay Nandalall performed Queedas and Indian classical songs. Mani Singh brought greetings from the Hindu community, along with Reverend Zenji Nio and Reverend Alexander Wilson.