Want to help your community? Tips and advice here from the Carleton Place crew who started it all. Thanks Zack and Mary
Facebook group click—to find out what is going on daily and what is needed
Aaaand it’s here! The new stream is live, . It’s similar to what was already happening, with a few ‘quality of life’ changes. Biometrics are still needed, covid tests are still needed, and they are still not considered refugees and will need our help.
“The CUAET is a temporary residence pathway and is not a refugee stream,’ is a direct quote, so understand they are still not being given anything directly from the government.
NEW UPDATES from Scott Reid’s office on immigration
The new visa application for Ukrainian nationals is launched: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/ukraine-measures/cuaet.html
Along with a Job Bank for Ukraine nationals https://www.jobbank.gc.ca/report_note.do?cid=18538#er
These next few weeks are going to be the toughest in terms of workload AND the amount of funding that will be needed. You have all stepped up to help us, and we asked that you continue to do so during these tough times our county is strong, our kindness is stronger and our compassion is incomparable – let’s ensure the Ukrainians feel and understand that too!–– Zack and Mary
Clothing and Toiletry etc.Donations go to:
St James’ Carleton Place is collecting donations for people forced to leave Ukraine. Visit http://stjamescarletonplace.ca/tag/ukraine/ to learn how you can make a difference in our community and in the world God loves.
Archdeacon Brian Kalk, Peter Hicks (St. James) and Michelle Vee ( Ottawa Valley Community Church under Ahren Summach as Pastor) and community are taking care of business.
Carleton Place Churches together are asking for your support. Imagine if you lost your luggage and just got off a plane– we need things like that. We can’t donate underwear so we ask for gift cards to Walmart to be donated so they can purchase underwear. etc..
Better Yet Support Local
Buy gift cards from a local business and support local and our Ukrainian refugees— It’s a win win situation.
Gift card donations always welcome
Members of St James’ Anglican, Ottawa Valley Community, Carleton Place Baptist and Zion-Memorial United Churches ask for your support as we prepare to welcome Ukrainian families fleeing the war, coming to our area.
View the donations coming into St.James here–https://fb.watch/bRRu8Z5sX3/
You can donate to the charity of your choice, but we are encouraging everyone to consider donating to Carebridge who is helping finance the new Ukraine settlement in Lanark County.
Carebridge Community Support ·
Carebridge Community Support has set up an account for the resettlement of people from Ukraine to Lanark County. Donations can be made via cheque (mention “Ukraine” on the note line, our address is 67 Industrial Dr., Almonte, ON, K0A 1A0), or on our website, https://carebridge.ca/donate (mention “Ukraine” in the text box as you fill in your information). Tax receipts will be issued for donations over $25.
At present we are working with the resettlement group in Carleton Place
Thanks to Zack and Mary for getting us all involved as anything you do is saving lives. Can you imagine that?? Saving Lives!!!!
Photos thanks to Susan Burke— Ukraine what once was……