Site Search

Relief Campaign
CNC Announcement: Fundraising Campaign "Jardin de Luz - Special Aid to a Special School for Children with Disabilities" Print E-mail

The Canadian Network on Cuba would like to announce and an important new campaign, co-sponsored by the CNC, that has been organized by the Asociación de Cubanos Juan Gualberto Gómez: Jardin de Luz - Special Aid to a Special School for Children with Disabilities

Funds will be raised to go toward supplies for a school in Bayamo, Granma for children aged 5-11 years old who have disabilities. This area was very hard hit by the flooding and there are dire needs right now in the region generally.

There are two payment methods available to make a donation:

  • Cheques written out to the "Asociación de Cubanos Juan Gualberto Gómez" - Mail to: CNC, PO Box 99051 – 1245 Dupont St., Toronto, Ontario M6H 4H7

If there are any questions about this campaign or how to make a donation, please don't hesitate to reach out to the CNC Executive, and feel free to share the this campaign with your contacts!
CNC STATEMENT: Hurricane Ian Relief Campaign Print E-mail

CNC Hurricane Ian Relief Campaign Print E-mail

Launch of CNC Campaign for Saratoga Victims Print E-mail

May 9, 2022

Dear Members of the CNC and friends of Cuba,

You will already know from widespread news reports and from the Cuban government that Cuba suffered a new and devastating blow in the form of an explosion in Old Havana on May 6, 2022. The explosion caused fatalities and injuries to a large number of Cubans as well as severe damage to what was being prepared as the beautiful heart of a revived tourist industry in Old Havana.

Cuban president Miguel Díaz-Canel was promptly at the scene of the disaster. His office gave out the sad information that the powerful explosion was found by preliminary investigation to be a tragic accident due to a natural gas leak. The death toll, as of Friday afternoon, was 26 people, including a pregnant woman and one child. As of Monday, May 9, the toll has risen to 31 people including several children, with about 80 injured and 46 admitted to hospital. Fortunately, there were no guests yet in the restored Hotel Saratoga; and a nearby school classroom that was severely damaged, was empty at the time of the blast, which appears to have been caused by a gas leak.

Thank you from Keith Ellis for Tornado Relief Fundraising Print E-mail
Dear friends,

I write to thank you for the generosity you have been showing in your response to the harm done to Cuba by the rare and unexpected tornado of January 27 that ravaged parts of Havana (please see CNC Cuba Tornado Relief Campaign).

Page 1 of 3
Copyright © 2023 All Rights Reserved.
Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU/GPL License.