Let Us Share Our Expertise With YOU!
As an organization that focuses on providing support to those living with illness, we are only too familiar with the challenges families experience when isolated from their community.
We have put together a list of resources, tips and daily schedules of events for you and your children to participate in.
Please check here regularly for updates and additions.
Covid-19 changed everything.
For us, it has impacted the ways that we work and provide support to children and families with life-threatening and life-long illness. It has also changed the need for our work – it is greater than ever.
And so we are emboldened.
We are in it together and we will make it through together.
HOW YOU CAN BE THE DIFFERENCE
Chai Lifeline Canada has adopted safety measures to help keep everyone as safe and healthy as possible while we continue to provide support our families have come to rely on.
Direct family services: Hospital Visits, Big Sibling Visits and Home Cooked Meals have all been temporarily paused, however they don't need to stop!
You can help make a significant impact to an isolated family!
Check out 3 ways YOU can offer support for our community during this time of crisis.
SPONSOR A MEAL FOR A FAMILY
SEND AN ACTIVITY DIRECTLY TO A CHILD
ARTS AND CRAFT DRIVE
DID YOU KNOW?
While the doors to many of our locally relied upon venues are closed for our health and safety, such as theaters, libraries, museums…even hospitals, our Chai Lifeline Canada team is continually and diligently working to provide remote services for our families.
- Case Management support is ongoing with texts, calls, and face time!
- Shining Stars after school program and family support groups are going VIRTUAL!
- Errands for home and hospital bound families!
- Toy and craft deliveries direct to Chai Lifeline doors!
Our Chai Lifeline Family is only too familiar with the affects of illness. Living in quarantine is part of their daily structure. While the world slows down and businesses pause, the life of a sick child does not.