Chai Blog: Miriam L

TEAM LIFELINE MAKES IT EASY FOR BOTH THE NOVICE AND EXPERIENCED ATHLETE. Spring is the air and finally the weather is getting nicer.  Kids are outside riding their bikes, playing in the parks and people are out walking and running after a long winter, finally excited to be outdoors. In just over a month registration … Read more

Chai Blog: Sol Assayag

Children remind us what it’s like to be happy with the simple things in life.   Back in the summer of 2016 I partook in a Chai Lifeline family event to barbecue for the kids and families. That moment for me is one I cannot take out of my mind and has changed and opened … Read more

Chai Blog: Mordy Rothman

What a night it was…Restoring Hope was an incredible evening! I’m still on a high after last Wednesday night’s gala event. As our largest fundraising event, it is a real opportunity for Chai Lifeline Canada showcase the work we do, and put its best face forward. This year, we made some substantial changes. First and … Read more

Chai Blog: Restoring Hope

Chai Lifeline Restores Hope. As I reflect on the essence of my work as a case manager at Chai Lifeline, I have begun to see myself as a flag-bearer of hope. Almost daily, I encounter families who have had life- altering illnesses threaten the positive way with which they have lived. The frightening prognoses, the … Read more

Chai Blog: Orly

Everyone has the ability to donate, whether it’s your time, your money or even your smile. What our Chai Lifeline Canada volunteer committee members underscore during every planning session for every event, is the love and compassion we have for those who need our help, with the respect and gratitude for those who are so … Read more

Chai Blog: Sarah L

Hi! My name is Sarah Laszlo and I am the newest case manager at Chai Lifeline Canada’s Toronto office. As a case manager, I work with our families to ensure that each member is getting the support they need, connecting them to the various services we offer, and spending lots of time with families in … Read more