In Their Own Words: Chai Warrior, 16 Year-Old Jess: I am what “vulnerable” looks like. Please #stayhome.

At Chai Lifeline Canada we have the honour of knowing some phenomenal people. In Their Own Words is an ongoing series on our blog in which we give space to them to share their experience, insights and wisdom. The relationships that we build through our work can be reflected in the phrase “in tow” – … Read more

Corona-Chaos. How to get your family through it and maybe even have fun doing it. Tips from all of us at Chai Lifeline Canada.

Corona-chaos is real – we don’t have to tell you about it. Our team at Chai Lifeline has put together their best tips that you can implement right now at home to help you and your family get through this – and maybe even have a bit of fun doing it! 1.  YOUR FAMILY IS … Read more

In their own words: 2 Chai Warrior Moms on Coronavirus, social distancing and isolation.

At Chai Lifeline Canada we have the honour of knowing some phenomenal people. In Their Own Words is an ongoing series on our blog in which we give space to them to share their experience, insights and wisdom. The relationships that we build through our work can be reflected in the phrase “in tow” – … Read more

This is the reality for our Chai Families with or without a pandemic.

These last weeks have brought unique calls to action all over the world. Over these past few days, we here in Canada, are upending our lives putting our health and safety first. At Chai Lifeline, this is our work every day as we support children and families whose lives are impacted by life-threatening or life-long … Read more