Seva Canada Annual Report 2008-2009

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Seva Canada Annual Report 2008-2009
SEVA CANADA SOCIETY
ANNUAL REPORT JULY 1 2008 - JUNE 30 2009
ABOUT SEVA CANADA
Since 1982, Seva Canada has helped communities in some of the poorest areas of the
world develop their own capacity to deliver affordable eye care services. Seva Canada’s
partners in Nepal, Tibet, India, Tanzania and eastern Africa, Guatemala, Cambodia and
Egypt, provide comprehensive eye care programs, centred on cataract surgery, but
including all other eye diseases, and refraction services for glasses.
Seva (say-va) is Sanskrit for service. Seva has helped to create sustainable, economically
viable, locally managed eye care programs that will continue to serve local populations
long after Seva’s involvement is complete.
MISSION STATEMENT
Through compassion in action, Seva Canada seeks to create a better world by volunteer
and professional programs designed to alleviate human suffering – particularly through
preventable blindness.
OUR FOCUS
Our focus is to establish and expand Seva’s sustainable eye care programs with partners in
developing countries. We strive to inform Canadians of our work and to inspire them to join
us, thereby increasing our overall impact on global blindness.
CORE VALUES
We are guided by:
• Respect for cultural, ethnic, spiritual and other forms of diversity.
• Commitment to working with partners in a compassionate way to achieve appropriate
goals.
• Belief that, with adequate resources, all people can meet their own needs.
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MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR
For 27 years, friends and donors like you have supported Seva Canada projects in Nepal,
India, Tibet and Tanzania and more recently in Cambodia, Egypt and Guatemala. These
projects have restored sight to more than 1 million blind people, established eye care
centres in remote communities, provided training for local ophthalmologists, and built and
educated volunteer networks throughout our sphere of influence.
I am happy to report that, in spite of the world economic crisis that has occurred most
dramatically during our recent fiscal year, we once again exceeded our budgeted
revenue and increased our program funding. This is all thanks to your unfaltering generosity
coupled with the total dedication of our management and staff.
We believe that everyone is entitled to the Right to Sight. Our work is inspired by the vision
that preventable and treatable blindness in developing countries can, and will be,
eradicated. The challenge is significant.
Approximately 314 million people worldwide live with debilitating low vision and 45 million
are blind. Ninety per cent of the world’s blind live in developing countries. Two-thirds of all
blind people are women and girls. Without major intervention, the number of blind people
will increase to 76 million by the year 2020. Yet 80% of this blindness is either preventable or
treatable.
Having personally witnessed the extreme dedication of our partners and the overwhelming
gratitude of families who have regained a mother, father, son or daughter who can see,
study and work again — sometimes after years of darkness — I am both inspired and
eternally grateful that I have the opportunity to become involved in this life-restoring
program.
Please join us in our quest to restore light to some of the darkest corners of our world. Your
acts of kindness and compassion are at the very heart of our work.
David Hardouin
Chair of the Board
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MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Dear Donors, Supporters and Champions of Seva,
We have had a great year — a great year in financial terms but also in human terms. Our
partners overseas have flooded us with heart-rending and heartwarming stories about the
people we serve. We have tried to share as many as we could throughout the year in our
newsletters, on our website (www.seva.ca) and blog (http://blog.seva.ca). I hope you
have enjoyed them.
I am writing this letter at the beginning of the holiday season when our thoughts turn to the
people who are most important to us and to the gifts we give them to show them how
important they truly are.
These stories are Seva’s gift to you, our donors and supporters. Thank you.
ESTEFANY
Estefany lives in a two-room wooden house with her
three brothers, father and stepmother. She was treated
very badly, not only by her peers at school but also by
members of her family because of her eye conditions.
Her parents had tried to get help for her but her father
makes less than $8 a day. Her stepmother is a maid
and makes even less.
In December 2008, Estefany was brought to Visualiza,
Seva’s partner in Guatemala, and during the visit she
was diagnosed with both strabismus and ptosis.
Strabismus, sometimes known as squint, is a condition in
which the eyes are not properly aligned with each
other. Ptosis is an abnormally low position or drooping
of the upper eyelid.
Estefany had her first surgery in February 2009 for
strabismus and the next week she had surgery for the
ptosis. Her beautiful smile speaks volumes.
KHADIJA
Khadija lives with her parents in a one-room house in
northern Tanzania. She was just one year old when her
mother noticed “white spots” in Khadija’s eyes. She
had no idea what they were or how they might be
treated. Sadly, Khadija was going blind from bilateral
cataracts.
Khadija’s mother had to watch her daughter
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MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR continued
constantly, even carrying her on her back while cooking
so she could not wander off towards the stove. Khadija
could not tolerate the sun, forever closing her eyes.
People would ask, “Why is your child always sleeping?”
Khadija was not eating well and was bullied by playmates
who took things from her, knowing she couldn’t see.
At first the family turned to prayer, but then Khadija’s
uncle persuaded her skeptical father (who was worried
surgery might cause more problems) to take her to the
Kilimanjaro Centre for Community Ophthalmology in
Moshi. Surgery was postponed twice due to her anemia,
but finally Khadija’s right eye was operated on and, a
week later, her left eye too.
Four months after the surgeries, Khadija’s mother reported
that her daughter, now two years old, was always happy,
lively, and smiling. She herself is more relaxed, able to do
chores while her child plays with friends – so the whole household is more congenial, and
the father is definitely a happier man. He never believed in surgery until he saw that his child
could see again!
On behalf of Estefany and Khadija, thank you from all of us at Seva Canada.
Penny Lyons
Executive Director
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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
We work in many different cultural and geographic areas and Seva’s programs in each
country are as unique as the countries themselves. Each program, however, is committed
to particular strategies and themes that have proven to be the basis of a successful model
for delivering sustainable eye care, both in terms of income generation and human
resources, to the world’s most vulnerable people.
Seva’s support to eye care programs follows a ‘life-cycle’ model that includes an initiation
and exit strategy first established in India and further refined with programs in Nepal. Seva
begins by providing consultation and direct service funding, then supports the
development of human resources and the establishment of infrastructure and sustainable
systems. Later, when the programs are fully self sustaining they are transformed into regional
anchors as training institutes. More and more, these institutes are becoming the engines for
positive health change in their regions.
A. SERVICE DELIVERY
1. Strengthening the capacity of eye care programs to provide high-quality, high-volume
and low-cost services.
Cataract remains the leading cause of blindness worldwide and providing cataract
surgical services remains our main program focus and source of cost-recovery income. By
focusing on providing high-quality, high-volume and low-cost cataract services programs,
we achieve the greatest human impact in reducing needless blindness and can support
less cost-effective eye care services.
Childhood blindness services have become a priority, but not because of cost recovery. In
fact, providing these services places a considerable drain on other eye care program
resources. However, in terms of the numbers of years of blindness, the various diseases that
cause childhood blindness when combined together, constitute the second leading cause
of blindness globally. Seva therefore increasingly supports the development of these
relatively expensive services for children and the complex community and family outreach
activities required for prolonged follow-up, often over several years.
Seva Canada works with its Seva US partner to support transformation of existing eye care
programs to follow the successful models demonstrated by the Indian and Nepali partners.
In these activities, the Indian and Nepali partners act as evaluators and mentors to existing
governmental and non-governmental institutions to strengthen and promote optimum
utilization of eye care services, which can lead to financial sustainability in the long term.
2. Community ophthalmology
Seva works with partners to develop and test strategies to increase utilization of available
services. Correctable blindness is a condition of poverty and isolation making its reduction a
social and political challenge. We need active means to connect the majority of blind
people — who live in remote rural areas — with the eye care providers and hospitals
concentrated in the cities.
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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
continued
Connecting eye care services with the population in need requires active interventions,
often termed ‘bridging’ strategies. Bridging strategies involve investment in community
liaison, both to determine existing health-seeking behaviors and educational opportunities.
In addition, program partners must empower marginalized populations to facilitate the use
of limited resources.
The challenge of breaking down the barriers to access at the community level demands
innovation and experimentation. Seva’s strong support for rigorous socio-epidemiological
studies, allows it to make significant contributions to the global knowledge about effective
strategies to reach populations in need, particularly women.
B. HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
Seva helps to build global human resource capacity necessary to meet the demand in eye
care by strengthening the partner training programs: their faculty, teaching methods,
curricula, and results.
More recently, Seva’s Indian partner has taken the next step of training. It promotes and
strengthens regional training institutes to prepare managers, clinicians and other human
resources for delivery of high-volume, high-quality eye care services.
C. KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER
A large part of Seva’s work is to teach its program partners to develop demonstration
projects that serve as models to assess the cost-effectiveness of their work. In addition, Seva
is strengthening their efforts to document and publish their experiences, both successes and
failures. Our program partners must invest time and personnel in documentation and
dissemination of their results.
D. OUTCOME EVALUATION AND MONITORING
Seva continues to work with each of the program partners to establish adequate datagathering and record-keeping systems and develop protocols for monitoring and
assessment of surgical outcomes. In addition to improving the quality of local services, Seva
increasingly supports partners to share their findings among themselves for mutual learning
and development.
E. PROGRAM EVALUATION
Most Seva partners have adopted internal processes for program design monitoring and
evaluation, as integral parts of their program development. More and more, they are
becoming interested in making the programs more efficient as well as effective. Monitoring
and evaluation therefore is highly inclusive of program partners, and evaluations are
expected as a routine part of work.
Penny Lyons
Executive Director
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VOLUNTEERS
Volunteers have always played a crucial role in Seva’s work. From ophthalmologists helping
train local physicians, to the epidemiologists conducting blindness surveys, to nurses, management consultants, graphic designers, envelope stuffers, special events helpers, information
technologists, writers and editors – volunteers sustain Seva programs. Volunteer opportunities
abound at Seva. For current volunteer openings, please visit our website at www.seva.ca or
contact [email protected]
OVERSEAS VOLUNTEERS
Jaafar Aghajanian
Dr. Ken Bassett
Mollie Colson
Susan Erdmann
Don & Ann Gardiner
Catherine Howett
Barry Lester
Dr. Larry Louie
Maureen & Nagib Padamshi
Justine Spencer
Laura Spencer
Dr. Martin Spencer
Wanda Vivequin
Joanna Wong
Linda Young
VOLUNTEERS IN CANADA
Bob Andrews
Alison Bird
Johannes Burge
Alistair Butt
Mollie Colson
Shelagh Jaya de Belder
Anne Frigon
Mary Gavan
Gregory Green
Mary Guilfoyle
Diane Hardouin
David Harrison
Linda Harth
David Hickey
Terry Kelly
Janice Kerr
Murray & Laura Klaiman
Nazira Lakhani
Maggie Leithead
Junica Lin
Dr. Larry Louie
Drew Lyall
JoAn Maurer
Diane McIntosh
Robert McClure
Erin Morantz
Ken Moss
Kathy Murphy
Amir & Chloe O’Loughlin
Renee Olson
Nagib & Maureen Padamshi
Vicki Robinson
Sue Roper
Cindy Rose
Robin Round
Balraj Singh Dhillon
Shelagh Smith
Justine Spencer
Laura Spencer
Susan Spinola
Charlene Taylor
Simon Trevelyan
David Usher
Barbara Wallace
Dorothy Wardle
Ian Wardle
Donna Webb
Ashley West
Joanna Wong
Serena Wong
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DONORS
GOVERNMENT
Canadian International Development
Agency (CIDA)
ESTATES
Estate of Michael Andrew Frastacky
FOUNDATIONS
The Johnson Eye Foundation
The Pratt-Johnson Foundation
Lewis & Ruth Sherman
Charitable Foundation
The Somerset Foundation
IN-KIND DONATIONS
Acculogic Technologies Inc.
Alcon Canada
Bo-Optik
Johannes Burge
Centennial Optical
Chai Gallery
Colyn Clay
Festival Cinemas
Great Little Box Company
Greg Green
Hartley & Marks Publishers
Tammy Hudgeon
William Jans
Jon Kaplan
KLM Cargo
Melanie Lichtinger
Dr. Larry Louie & Joanna Wong
Gary Lyons
Diane McIntosh
Ian McLennan
Ian McWhinnie
Mountain Equipment Co-op
OGI Canada Inc.
Perfect Optical (Canada) Ltd.
Shambhala Sun
VKI Studios
Dorothy Wardle
Mark Weintraub
Joel Wener
Ted Wong
World Wide Animal Travel
CIRCLE OF LIGHT DONORS
The following members of the Circle of Light are a group of extraordinary individuals who care deeply
about changing the world through restoring sight and preventing blindness. We are grateful to this special
group of donors who are willing and able to make a significant pledge to Seva’s mission. The Circle of Light
is composed of people who made a monetary donation of $750 or more in the financial year 2008-09.
Anonymous (8)
Amir Ahamed
Robert Askew
Assante Wealth Management
Cynthia Balaberda
Donna Balmain & Frank Liszczak
Suzanne Bolton & Jefferson Mooney
Micheline Brunelle
Buntain Insurance Agencies Ltd.
Tim Carson
Tessa Cherniavsky
Nick Christoffersson & Kris Bury
Mollie Colson
Doreen A. Crawford
Alexander & Mary-Ann Currie
David Dale
Judith Daylen & John Yuille
Leonard DeLozier
Gladys Dunn
Heather Ferris & Gary Greenstein
The Fudgery
Judy Gale & Ken Spencer
Joseph Goodman
Goren, Marcus, Masino & Marsh
Paul Green
Robin & Terry Gregory
Paul Grof
Faye & David Haigh
David & Diane Hardouin
Mary Beth Harris
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Hartley & Marks Publishers Inc.
Ann Harvey & Don Gardiner
Thomas Hellmann & Anne Devine
ICROSS CANADA
Anita Jenzena
Johnson Eye Foundation
Terry Kelly
Lewis & Ruth Sherman
Charitable Foundation
Dr. J. Lindley Inc.
Harvey Loen
Larry Louie & Joanna Wong
Drew Lyall & Kathy Murphy
Penny & Gary Lyons
Brenda & Brett Marsh
Rookaya Mather
Kathryn Maurer
Michel & JoAn Maurer
James McEwen
Arlene McGibbon
Ian C. McLennan
Alan McWhinnie
John E. Mills
Brenda Mitchell
Nancy Mortifee
Mustafa Nahib
Peter Nash & Linda Harth
Brenda & Jeremy Nightingale
Michael & Francine O'Donnell
Chloe & Peter O'Loughlin
Lowell Orcutt
Philippa Ostler
Maureen & Nagib Padamshi
Rupinder Singh Parhar
John & Virginia Pearson
Jim Peerless
Brice Peressini
Chris Pool & Martha Entin
The Pratt-Johnson Foundation
Cathy Rose
Leonard Schein
Vamini Selvanandan & Ross Glenfield
Alexandra Sherman
Patricia & Ken Shields
Jane & Donald Shumka
Shelagh Smith & Robert McClure
The Somerset Foundation
Marty Spencer
Brian & Paula Stanko
Telus Communication Inc.
Reginald Tyler
Vancouver Talmud Torah Association
Olinda Vriend
Janice Walker
Heather Wardle & Ted Wong
Laurence Weil
Stephen Worthington-White
David Yeung
Natalie Zinetti
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CIRCLE OF SHARING MONTHLY DONORS
Seva is very grateful to the following dedicated donors who give monthly by automatic
payments from their bank account or credit card, thereby reducing administrative
costs and ensuring that our programs have steady funding throughout the year.
Anonymous (26)
Howard Abrams &
Pauline Pariser
Micky Absil
Alannah Anderson
David Armstrong &
Linda Christensen
Susan Armstrong
Maggi Bailey
Eric & Peggie Balkind
Wendy Barrett
Bitte Baxter
Nalini Bhagat
Eileen Blanchet
Marina Blaskovits
Shirley & Peter Bonner
Mary Lou Booth
Diane Bouchard
Diane Bourguignon
Anita Boyd
Mary Bragg
Eliz Brandon
Nancy Brine
Andrew & Helen Brink
Mariette Brinkerink
Dr. Stephen Brodovsky &
France Adams
John Brody
Micheline Brunelle
David & Shari Buchan
Rick Buchan
Liz & Bill Buddle
Roger Burrows
Phyllis Butler
Susan Butler
Miriam Caplan
Tim Carson
H. Ross Catt
Anita Chambers
Jeffrey Chance
Daily & Dominic Cheng
Marion Clapham
Janice Clarfield
Linda Clark
James Cliffe
Nicholas Cohen
Linda Cole
Diane & Leagh Colins
Marian Collins
Lenore Conacher
Burke & Hanneke Corbet
Ann Corcoran
Gina Corfield
Priscilla Costello
Patricia Cottingham
Eileen Cousineau
Bart Craig
Heather Crandall
Brian Crawford
Harvey Crossland
Jyoti Sarah Daniels
Joanne Davidson
Gail P. Davidson
Michele Davidson
Gloria Davies
Judith Daylen & John Yuille
Paul Degiacomo
Leonard DeLozier
Michael Devecchi
Ruth Dobb
Helen Dodd
Pema Dolma
Patricia Dooley
Michelle Doyle
Jane Drake
Kathleen Drumheller
Helen Dubas
Nancy Duchene
Pauline Dupas
Bonnie & Chester Emery
Nelson Eng
Lynn Fairey
Catherine Fallis
Diane Fay
Derek Fenske
Kent & Marta Fiddy
David & Carol Field
Terry Finnigan
Kris Fleerackers &
Carine De Kock
Gary Fohr
Marie Fortier
Ringard Frank
Betty-Anne Friesen
Petr Fuxa
Michael Galloway
Chandan Gandhi
Lee Geraghty
Ute & Leonard Gerbrandt
Paul Gervan
Manjulaben Gheewala
Verena Gibbs
Frank Gillespie
Leona Gleason
Hilary Glicksohn
Joseph Goodman
Donna & Jim Goodridge
Adrian Gordon
Ken Gordon
Bill Graham
Brent Granby
Paul Green
Shirley Gail Guy
Faye & David Haigh
Liz Hales
Nick Halpin & Valerie Mermet
Ruth Hansson
Craig & Debbie Harding
Jane Harris
Hartley & Marks
Publishers Inc.
Ann Harvey & Don Gardiner
Fran Harwood
Mel Henderson
Dr. Robert Hill
Don Himmelman
Anne Hodgetts
Judith Hodgson
Jennifer M. & John C. Hopkins
Teresa Hotell
Jane Hugessen
Teresa Hwang
Don & Kathleen Hyde
Susan Ikeda
Fallo Ings
Anne Jagdeo
Parin Jamal
Lynn Jennings
Sandra Jewell
Beth Johns & Norris Turner
Jacqueline Jolliffe
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Peter Juknys
Roger Kayo
Pauline & Simon Kendall
Patricia Kerr
John and Laura Kittridge
Dina Korpershoek
Katherine Kortikow
Liza Kruyff
Burton Lancaster
Barb & Robert Landell
Serena & Richard Laskin
B.A. Lauridsen
Hugh Lecky
Carole Leclerc
Hong Twu Lee
Mia Lee
Alma Legg
Miriam Ana Leigh
Juanita & Mike Lepage
Tony Leslie
Anne Lessard
Noel Lewis-Watts
A.M. Longson
Susan Lovejoy
Beth Lowther
Bhavana E. Lymworth
Linda Lynch
Gerald Lyons
Penny & Gary Lyons
Alice MacPherson
Alan Madras & Ruth Howard
Marilyn Martin
Todd Mawhinney
Margo McCarthy
Denis McCull
Marnie & John McDougal
Clare McDuff
Arlene McGibbon
Marnie McGrath
Carol McKee
Tim McKee
Ian C. McLennan
Iris Mennie
Glenda Miller
Sharon Miller & Alan Brown
Daksa Mody
Erin and Noah Morantz
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CIRCLE OF SHARING MONTHLY DONORS
Candice Morgan &
Ian Macdonald
Laura Mortimer
Mary Murphy
Raji & Pradeep
Narayanaswamy
Kate Niamath
Lynne Novak-Garrod
Linda Nycholat
Barbara Jean O'Brien
Michael & Francine O'Donnell
Ed Oke
Ken Olive
Jane Oliver
Chloe & Peter O'Loughlin
Renee Olson
John Ombodhi
Irina Oobik
Lila Ostermann
Guy & Christine Ouradou
Jasmine Pahl
Ruth Payne
Jacqueline Peck
Brice Peressini
Glynis Peters
Peter Petrik
Brenda Quick
Cynthia Quinn-Young
Barbara Ralph
Barbara Raphael
Donald Read
Leanne Regina
Dr. Launette Rieb
Corinne Riedyk
Gregg Robins
Vicki Robinson
Douglas Rooks
Susan Roper
Cathy Rose
Dr. Adrianne Ross
Robert A. Ross
Robin Round
Kim Rowan
Jerome & Charlotte Ryan
Nisheeth Saini
Joyce & John Sandercock
Susan Schmitten
Jill Schroeder
Nicholas Scott
Kim Semonick
Alexander Shaw
Alexandra Sherman
Banakesari N. Shetty
Aruna Singh
Earle Smith
Hanna & Elvins Spencer
Marian & Michael Spencer
Marty Spencer
Nicole Spencer
Marian Stack
Paul Stansfield
Susan Stewart
Wendy Strachan
Gina & David Sufrin
Georgia & Brian Summer
Sandra Summers
Michael Sumner
Paul Thompson
Glen Timms
Eileen Tomalty
Norma Turnbull
Lynne Turner
Ronnie & Peter Uhlmann
Katherine M. Van Lammeren
Susan Vickers
Marni Virtue
Fiona & Willo Walker
Dorothy J. Wardle
Heather Wardle & Ted Wong
Arlene Weaver
Jacqueline Webster &
Morris Baumel
Laurence Weil
Wayne Westfall
John Westover
Jacki Willcox
Christine Willette
Randy Wolfert
John Wright
Christine Yeomans
LEAVING A LEGACY OF SIGHT
Seva’s vision is a world in which no one is needlessly blind and where those with unavoidable
vision loss can achieve their full potential. As an active member of VISION 2020 and the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB), Seva is working on the global campaign to eliminate the main causes of avoidable blindness by the year 2020. As an organization
we are growing, getting stronger because of your support. The future is bright and with your
help Seva can do a lot more and bring light and sight to the world’s needlessly blind. We thank
those supporters who have made Seva Canada part of their long-term charitable giving plan
and named Seva Canada Society in their Wills. You too can leave a legacy of sight. If you are
interested in making a bequest in your Will, please contact Penny Lyons at 604-713-6622 or 1877-460-6622 or email [email protected]
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SEVA DONORS
OVER $10000
Micheline Brunelle
Buntain Insurance Agencies Ltd
Doreen A. Crawford
Alexander & Mary-Ann Currie
Judith Daylen & John Yuille
The Fudgery
Goren, Marcus, Masino & Marsh
Robin & Terry Gregory
$ 5 0 0 0 T O $ 9 9 9 9 ICROSS CANADA
Terry Kelly
Anonymous (2)
Nick Christoffersson & Kris Bury Harvey Loen
Hartley & Marks Publishers Inc. Brenda & Brett Marsh
Dr. Rookaya Mather
Larry Louie & Joanna Wong
James McEwen
Michel & JoAn Maurer
Arlene McGibbon
Jim Peerless
Alan McWhinnie
Chris Pool & Martha Entin
Brenda Mitchell
Leonard Schein
Michael & Francine O'Donnell
The Somerset Foundation
Chloe & Peter O'Loughlin
$ 2 0 0 0 T O $ 4 9 9 9 John & Virginia Pearson
Brice Peressini
Anonymous (3)
Cathy Rose
Amir Ahamed
Alexandra Sherman
Tim Carson
Patricia
& Ken Shields
Mollie Colson
Jane & Donald Shumka
Judy Gale & Ken Spencer
Shelagh Smith &
Ann Harvey & Don Gardiner
Robert McClure
Thomas Hellmann &
Brian
& Paula Stanko
Anne Devine
Reginald Tyler
Anita Jenzena
Heather Wardle & Ted Wong
Dr. J. Lindley Inc.
Laurence Weil
Penny & Gary Lyons
Dr. David Yeung
Ian C. McLennan
John E. Mills
$500 TO $999
Nancy Mortifee
Anonymous (8)
Mustafa Nahib
Howard Abrams &
Peter Nash & Linda Harth
Pauline Pariser
Lowell Orcutt
Leroy & Patricia Anholt
Philippa Ostler
Michele Anholt & Craig Dorin
Maureen & Nagib Padamshi
Maggi Bailey
Rupinder Singh Parhar
Dr. Stephen Brodovsky &
Pratt-Johnson Foundation
France Adams
Dr. Vamini Selvanandan &
Rick Buchan
Ross Glenfield
Matt Buie
Dr. Martin Spencer
Tessa Cherniavsky
Olinda Vriend
Robert & Linda Cobb
Janice Walker
David Dale
$ 1 0 0 0 T O $ 1 9 9 9 Jyoti Sarah Daniels
Leonard DeLozier
Anonymous (2)
Gladys Dunn
Robert Askew
Assante Wealth Management Nelson Eng
Susan Erdmann
Cynthia Balaberda
Heather Ferris &
Donna Balmain &
Gary Greenstein
Frank Liszczak
Dr. Jane Gardiner
Suzanne Bolton &
Joseph Goodman
Jefferson Mooney
Estate of Michael Andrew
Frastacky
David & Diane Hardouin
Johnson Eye Foundation
Lewis & Ruth Sherman
Charitable Foundation
Bill Graham
Paul Green
Dr. Paul Grof
Alison Hackney
Faye & David Haigh
Mary Beth Harris
Dolores, Melle &
James Huizinga
Teresa Hwang
Don & Kathleen Hyde
Sarah Kidner
Karen Lam
Alma Legg
Helena & David Lin
Alice MacPherson
Ida Manly
Kathryn Maurer
Drs. Carol Murphy &
Duncan Anderson
Kathleen Murphy & Drew Lyall
Dr. Lee Napier
Brenda & Jeremy Nightingale
Michael & Nurit Perla
Jane Perry
Rix Family Foundation
Ruth E. & William H. Ross
Foundation
Joanne Sawadsky
Philip E. Seaton
Chandra Sehgal
Isaac & Carmen Sobol
J. David Spencer
Joan & Jim Stevenson
Michael Sumner
Gloria & Hugh Sutcliffe
Barry Swann
Telus Communication Inc.
Dr. George Tilser
Vancouver Talmud
Torah Association
Tom Voss
Mary & Floyd Wartnow
William Waters
Arlene Weaver
Jacqueline Webster &
Morris Baumel
Dr. Rod Willis
C.M. & Myra Wong
Pamela Wong
Stephen Worthington-White
Denis Young
Natalie Zinetti
$250 TO $499
Anonymous (21)
Alannah Anderson
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Louise & Danny Anderson
Stephen Antle & Bronwen Mears
Susan Armstrong
Herb & Mary Auerbach
Eric & Peggie Balkind
Florence A. Barbour
Wendy Barrett
Bitte Baxter
Daniel Beaudry
Alex & Mary Bell
Mary Lou Booth
Mary Bragg
Andrew & Helen Brink
Mariette Brinkerink
John Brody
Donna Brown
Keith & Wanda Brown
Brian Brunskill
David & Shari Buchan
Roger Burrows
Phyllis Butler
Alistair Butt
Anita Chambers
Dr. Jesse Chew
Pamela Clelland
James Cliffe
Daphne Cole
Mari Francine Conn
Dianne & Derek Cook
Heather & Jim Cooling
Gina Corfield
Eileen Cousineau
Beryl Cowan
Helen Daly
Gail P. Davidson
Joanne Davidson
Gloria Davies
Paul Degiacomo
Audrey Dewan
Pema Dolma
Patricia Dooley
Donald Dowsley
Pauline Dupas
Lisa Eckert
Bonnie & Chester Emery
Evelyn C. Eng
Lynn Fairey
Fran Ferguson
David & Carol Field
Terry Finnigan
Ringard Frank
Chandan Gandhi
Paul Gervan
Manjulaben Gheewala
Granville EYELAND
Lynn P. Grexton
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SEVA DONORS
Liz Hales
Ruth Hansson
Craig & Debbie Harding
Jane Harris
Mel Henderson
Don Himmelman
Peggy Hitchcock
Rosemary B.H. Hoare
Kathleen & Donald Hobbs
Doris Hubbard
Michael Hurley &
Nancy MacMillan
Cyrus Jagosh
Parin Jamal
Daralynn Johnson
Dr. Carl V. Jones Inc.
Kapilla Clothing Corp
Pauline & Simon Kendall
Christine & Hans Keppler
John & Laura Kittridge
Gail & Gordon Konantz
Donna R. Konsorado
Dina Korpershoek
Linda Kuttis Kraulis
Liza Kruyff
Jo-Ann & Ken Labron
B.A. Lauridsen
Anne Lavergne
Keith Lawrence
Cheryl Lee
Therese LeNeveu
Frank Lomer
Kolin Lymworth
Nancy & Weiner L. Maddams
Alan Madras & Ruth Howard
Betty Manson
Todd Mawhinney
Michael Mayzel
Marnie & John McDougal
Darrell McKay
Tim McKee
In memory of Evert Bekooy
Andrea Menezes
Bruce Milne
Mitchell Elementary School
Dr. Alan Morinis &
Dr. Bev Spring
Morrow & Co.
Joan C. Murray
Frederick Muttiah
Dr. M. Naran, Inc
Raji & Pradeep Narayanaswamy
Grace & Vic Neufeld
Linda Nycholat
Ed Oke
Colin and Marie Oliver
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Jane Oliver
Marg Taylor-Parfitt &
Christopher Parfitt
Georgina & Stephen Patko
Ruth Payne
Glynis Peters
Peter Petrik
Michael Pettitt
Paula Pothier
Helen Purves
Michel Ricard
Dr. Launette Rieb
Gregg Robins
Vicki Robinson
Jerome & Charlotte Ryan
Johanna Ryffel
Nisheeth Saini
Joyce & John Sandercock
Kathleen Sanderson
Annalee & Brian Schnurr
Eileen Scully
Signature Vacations
Paul Sopuck
Hanna & Elvins Spencer
Marian & Michael Spencer
Nicole Spencer
Dr. Marnie Spino
Gina & David Sufrin
Murray Sumpton &
Laurel Gordon
Lynn Thorsell & Craig Wynne
Peter Tigar
Eileen Tomalty
Ronnie & Peter Uhlmann
Under the Same Sun Fund
United Way Ottawa
Vancouver Foundation
Debra Vanier
Dirk Van Renesse
Susan Vickers
David Vivian
Dr. Marilyn Walker
Diana Walsh
Dorothy J. Wardle
John Westover
Whitearn Investments Inc.
Christine Willette
Verdelle Wilson
Hazel & John Wong
G. Stuart & Cicely Wright
Nga Hwa Yeo
Georgia Guy & Robyn Young
Todd Yuen
Chris Zuberec
$100 TO $249
Anonymous (72)
Micky Absil
Niloofar Ahanchi
Kenji Akimoto & Anita Rehhorn
Judith Albert
Faud Ali
Julia Amies &
Nicholas Westwood
Charles Anderson
David Armstrong &
Linda Christensen
Dr. Bryan Arthurs
Atlas Pots
Helen Baker
Kelly Baker
Ruth & Robert Baldwin
Thomas Barnes &
Patti Ratcliff-Barnes
Glenda Barr
Doug Basarowich
Mara Baudais
Ross & Patricia Beaty
Beate Beckmann
Darcy Beer
Agatha W. Bennett
Bernard Besseling
Nalini Bhagat
Eileen Blanchet
Marina Blaskovits
Jana Bodiley
Kathleen Boland
Shirley & Peter Bonner
Al Botteselle
Diane Bouchard
Diane Bourguignon
Ursula & Dan Bowditch
Judith Bowersox
Anita Boyd
Susan Bozic
Eliz Brandon
Murray Bridge
Gerald Brimicombe
Nancy Brine
Shane Brock
Muriel Anne Brothers
Virginia Browning
Kenneth & Diane Bryden
Deana Brynildsen
Liz & Bill Buddle
Lorna Buhr
Muriel Burger
Susan Butler
Fred & Dawn Cadham
Dr. Eileen Cambon
Miriam Caplan
Richard Carlin
H. Ross Catt
Carole Chambers
Jeffrey Chance
Andree Chartrand
Daily & Dominic Cheng
Edward Chibber
Brian Chisholm
Ray Chow
Cinnabar Valley
Elementary School
Janice Clarfield
Linda Clark
Dr. Joe Clarke &
Rev. Catherine Gibbs
Shannon Coffman
Nicholas Cohen
Dr. Shawn Cohen
Joan V. Cole
Linda Cole
Gordon & Anna Collie
Marian Collins
Hazel Colme
Common Ground
Lenore Conacher
Derek Cook
Burke & Hanneke Corbet
Marilyn & Gary Corbett
Ann Corcoran
Priscilla Costello
Victoria & Lewis Cottell
Jeanette Cournoyer
Bart Craig
Susan Craig
Brian Crawford
Creative Neurons
Melanie May Crombie
Farrell Crook
Donna Crooks
Harvey Crossland
Paul & Dorothy Curtic
Helene Cyr
Maria D'Aversa
Michele Davidson
Polly Davis
E. Demeter
Michael Devecchi
Chuck & Jodi Diamond
Francisco Diaz
Ruth Dobb
Helen Dodd
John Downer
Michelle Doyle
B. Alexander Drahotsky
Lorna Drew & Leo Ferrari
Kathleen Drumheller
SEVA CANADA ANNUAL REPORT 2008-2009
SEVA DONORS
Helen Dubas
Nancy Duchene
Ray & Paulette Duhaime
Gillian Dunlop
Terry Edgar
L. Darien Elliott
Margaret Emery
Brenda Evans
Diane Fay
Dan Fedder
Elizabeth Feick
Davia Feinn
Derek Fenske
Kent & Marta Fiddy
Kris Fleerackers &
Carine De Kock
Gary Fohr
Liesl Fonseca
Robert Forbes
Michael Forsman
Briar Foster
Linda Freeman
Betty-Anne Friesen
Dennis & Daphne Frost
Wendy Fuller
Jane & Bruce Funk
Eric Gabbott
Josephine Gagnon
Kathy & Mike Gallagher
Peter & Rosemarie Gallagher
Michael Galloway
Amanda Gamley
Gail Gardiner
Lynne Gardner
Garibaldi Fitness
Judith Garland
Elaine Gauthier
Michael & Penny Gelber
Patricia & Gerald Genovese
Lee Geraghty
Ute & Leonard Gerbrandt
Ashok Gheewala
Verena Gibbs
Frank Gillespie
Marilyn Ginsburg
Leona Gleason
Elizabeth Glosser
Ellen Godfrey
Donna & Jim Goodridge
Adrian Gordon
Ken Gordon
Susan & Kenneth Grace
Anne Graham
Brent Granby
Denise Grant
Gail & Ian Grant
Anna Grieve
Warren Gschaid
Gary Gumley
Shirley Gail Guy
Patrick Haberl
Karen Hackett
Joanne Hall
William H. Hall
Jack C. Hallam
Frank Hallett
Nick Halpin and Valerie Mermet
Richard Hampton
Mr. Gordon Harding
Gerry & Barbara Hardy
Dewar & Diane Harper
Marelynn Harowitz
David Harrison
Fran Harwood
Ernest Havard
Laurine J. Hellam
Peter Herd
Arthur Herold
Ruth and Cecil Hershler
Dan & Michelle Hewitt
Dr. Robert Hill
Siegmund Hillbrecht
Barbara & Robert Hindson
Polly Ho
Anne Hodgetts
Doug Hodgins
Judith Hodgson
David & Heidi Hogg
Leslie Holder
Diana Holland
Mairi Holland
Jocelyne & John Holm
Jennifer M. & John C. Hopkins
Teresa Hotell
K. Howarth
Hao-Yen Huang & Pei-Li Wu
Jane K. Hugessen
Hydrecs Fund
Shelley & Altaaf Ibrahim
Endar Ilkay
Fallo Ings
Nancy Issenman
Rajul and Akhil Iyer
Anne Jagdeo
Karen James
William R. Jans
Pamela Janz
Jecco Properties Ltd.
William & Sheila Jenkins
Lynn Jennings
Sandra Jewell
Sukhvinder Johal
Beth Johns & Norris Turner
Jacqueline Jolliffe
Catherine Jones
Peter Juknys
Kabuki Housing Coop
Hilda Kalcsis
Judith Katz
Dr. Miriam Kaufman
Conrad Kavalec
Erika Kellerhals
Maura Keohane
Mary Kerr & John Armitage
Patricia Kerr
Charles & Karen Kertz
Salim Khimani
Ann M. Kilbertus &
Michael Blades
Carol Kirkwood
Kishk Anaquot Health Research
Katherine Kortikow
Marjorie Krabb
Gretchen Ladd
Patrick Lally
Richard & Claire Lament
Barb & Robert Landell
Kee Lang & Ronald MacDonald
Lorraine Larson
Serena & Richard Laskin
Karin Latter
Ingrid Lau
Hugh Lecky
Carole Leclerc
Hong Twu Lee
Marion Lee
John & Liz Legge
Miriam Ana Leigh
J.J. Lemieux
Trish & Paul Leslie
Anne Lessard
Barbara Lew
Gisele Lincoln
Merle Linde
Vera D. Lindley
Little Isle Glass Works
Brett W. Lloyd
Joanne Lochhead
Carol London
A.M. Longson
Deborah Loren
Susan Lovejoy
Tod & Erin Lowe
Beth Lowther
Vladimira Ludvik
Michael Lundine
Bhavana E. Lymworth
Linda Lynch
SEVA CANADA ANNUAL REPORT 2008-2009
Jenni Lynnea
Diane Lyon
Dr. Christopher Lyons
Gerald Lyons
Dan Maas & Susan Ackland
Eric Mabboux
Dr. Alan L. Maberley
Lyn MacBeath
Natalie Mackay
Dr. Paul Mackenzie
Ruth MacKenzie
Donald Mah
John Mai
Patricia Malo
Don & Bev Manderscheid
Emma Martin
Marilyn Martin
Ann-Kathrin Martins
Claudia Mason
Cameron Mathieson
Don Maunders
Stephen May
Patricia Mayrs
Herbert John McCann
Cathleen McCarthy
Margo McCarthy
Gayle McCooey
Dr. Edward & Ruth McDermott
Mary & Peter McDonald
Richard McDonald
John McDowell
Edith & Pat McGeer
Marnie McGrath
Myrna McGrath
Peg McGuinness
Glada McIntyre
Sean McIntyre
Carol McKee
Elisa & James McLaren
Brian McLeod
Linda McLeod
Cathy & Ernie McNally
Mary McRae
Marcie Mehaffey
Iris Mennie
Angela Miller
Glenda Miller
Janet & Stephen Mitchell
Patricia Mitchell
A. Mlodzianowski
Daksa Mody
Susan Moger & David Malcolm
Scott Montgomery
Montreal General Hospital
Prudence & Andrew Moore
Luis Moran
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SEVA DONORS
Candice Morgan &
Ian Macdonald
Laura Mortimer
Ruth Mryglod
Neha Munshi
Kelly Murphy
Mary Murphy
Richard Murray
Hesham Hassan Nabih
Daryl Calder & Marianne Nahm
Rosemary Nemetz
Kate Niamath
Keith Nichol
Mike Nichols
Malcolm Nicholson
Dr. R. D. Nicoll Inc.
Kevin Nolan
Llaesa North & Elio Azzara
Lynne Novak-Garrod
Barbara Jean O'Brien
Gina Ogilvie
Ken Olive
Renee Olson
Lila Ostermann
Kenton Otterbein
Guy & Christine Ouradou
Fred Owen
Mimi Page
Ramnik Pandher
Jeffrey Parfitt
John Parker
Park Place Health Club Inc.
Belle Parkinson
Kathleen D. Patton
Sadie Peatman
Jacqueline Peck
Marion Pederson
Penny Pentley
Anat Perry
Carol J. Pettigrew
Mary Petty
Patricia Phillips
Karim Pinter
Nancy Pollak
James Polson
Tamara Pride
Productions Mandalab
Lonnie Propas
Frank Prost
Don Proteau
Provincial Employees
Community Services Fund
Dale Pruden
Nancy Pruden
R.C. Purdy Chocolates Ltd.
Mark & Pat Quayle
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Brenda Quick
Cynthia Quinn-Young
Marcela Racakova
Barbara Ralph
Bryan Ralph
Sue Randhawa
Donald Read
Yvonne & John Redant
Leanne Regina
Robert W. Rein
Arliss Renwick
Marianne Rev
Katherine Richardson
Corinne Riedyk
Donna Riley
Sherri Rinkel MacKay
Della Roberts
Cathy Robertson
Kathleen K. Robertson
Lorraine Robidas
Ken & Susan Ronalds
Douglas Rooks
Susan Roper
Ernest Rose
Dr. Adrianne Ross
Gordon Ross
Robert A. Ross
William J. Ross
Yeshe Catherine Rosselet
Neil Rothenberg
Simone Rouillard
Robin Round
Kim Rowan
Tim Rumsey & Nancy Dietrich
Ambika Gail Rutherford
Valerie E. Ryan
Michele Samuelson
Coro Saress
Gabrielle Savard &
Clarence Kort
Giorgio Saviozzi
Bonnie & John Schmelke
Susan Schmitten
Irvin Schonbrun
Antya Schrack
Carolyn Schramm
Geraldine (Jill) Schroder
Nicholas Scott
Karen Selk
Kim Semonick
George & Naomi Sexsmith
Nikhil & Punita Shah
Eva Sham
Alexander Shaw
Lorne T. Shaw
Banakesari N. Shetty
Dr. Tanya Short
Deborah Simpson
Aruna Singh
Dr. Carolyn Skov
Earle Smith
Emma Smith &
Mary Lou Williams
Neil Smith &
Deidre A. Bjornson
Paul N. Smith
Saskia Soeterik
Ravi-Inder Soligo
Diana J. Somerville
Irit Sorokin
Holly Spence
Laura Spencer
Marian Stack
Paul Stansfield
Eileen Stewart
Susan Stewart
Alexander Stirling
Marion Stork
Steve Struthers &
Alison Douglas
Sandra Summers
Carolyn M. Swanson
J. Szasz
Nicole Tarasiuk
Dr. Patricia Teal
Corinne Tench
Harry A. Thompson
Paul Thompson
Carol & Kenneth Thorpe
Glen Timms
Brian Todd
Timothy Trivett
Sid Tukeman
Ingrid Turnbull
Lynne Turner
United Way of Lower Mainland
Rika Uto
Katherine M. Van Lammeren
Amarjit Vasran
Christine Verstraete
Beverley Viljakainen
Marni Virtue
Eduardo Visconte
Peter Vroom & Amy Gorrell
Anna Wagenhauser
Clifford & Chris Walker
Fiona & Willo Walker
Brian Wallace
Victoria Wallace
Randal Warnock
Priya Watson
Wayne Westfall
Barbara Whidden
Dr. Valerie White
Gwyneth Wickens
Andrea Wilde
John & Christine Wilkinson
Jacki Willcox
Lynda & Robert Williams
Eric Wilson
Ron Woodall
Dr. Bruce Woodburn
Donald Glen Wright
John Wright
Penny Wright
Christine Yeomans
Catherine Yestadt
York House School
Brenda Yoshida
Linda Wai Ling Young
Betty Yue
Eric Zaunscherb
Melanie Zuliani
$50 TO $99
Anonymous (29)
Linda & Christopher Abbott
Louise Affourtit
Sue Ann Alderson
Sabina Altholz
Archibald & Ruthe Andrew
Carol Anthony
Becky & Wayne Bagley
Erin Baile
Geoff Baile
Mary-Jane Baker
Cathy Bannink
Deborah & Tom Barton-Moore
John Beach
Patricia Beatty
Barbara Beck
Frances M. Becker
Nathaniel Berger
Janet Bouey
Barbara Bowles
Ivy Braun
Brenda Brazier
Hugh Brown
Evelyn W. Burgess
Linda Burns
Deirdre Byrne
Allan N. Cabot
Karen Cain
Gillian Cameron
Helen & Peter Campbell
Hannelore Carrara
J.R. & M.A Cartledge
Stephanie Chalmers
SEVA CANADA ANNUAL REPORT 2008-2009
SEVA DONORS
Kristina Chand
John H.T. & May Y. Cheng
Mary Chiasson
Josephine Chown
Terri Chrupka
Rita Ciammaichella
Rod Clark
Kristina Clarke
Julian & Maureen Collis
Susan Cook
Patricia Cottingham
Heather Crandall
Christine Cuthbert
Betty & Barrie Dargie
Maria Da Silva-Cutchey
Arlene Davidson
Gregory Davis
Wendy de Candole
Dino & Helena Dell'Orletta
Richard DeLorme
Stacey DePass
Nancy & Bill Dickinson
Dr. Arthur Dodek
Brian Done
Mary Jay Douglas
Slava Doval
Jane Doyle
Jane Drake
Isabella Duff
Valerie Dyer
Susan Engelmann
Faye Erbe
Verena Fahrni
Catherine Fallis
Cheryl Farmer
Lyn Farquharson
Dr. Mohamed Eid Fawzy
Patricia & David Fleming
Irene & Rob Flett
Marie Fortier
Lena Frend
Shawn Fuller
Yvonne Fung
Dr. Mark Gans
Brian Gardiner
Janice Gasparetto
Elizabeth Gavin
Ruth Gladstone
Hilary Glicksohn
William & Jane Glover
Nancy Gordon
J. E. Graham
John Graham
Nora Gray
Daniel Griffin
Elizabeth Guptill
Diana & Ulrich Haag
Jo-Marie Hall
Ben Harapat
Paulene Harris
Catherine Heighway &
Wallace MacKinnon
Barb Hertell
Elizabeth Hoadley
Andy Horsnell
Gwenneth Houghton
Elinor & Helge Hoy
Jeff Hull
Audrey & John Hunter
Bonita & John Hunter
Judith Huntington
Susan Ikeda
Elaine Ing
Valerie Ish
Joan Johnston
Shelley B. Jones
Stacey Jones
Selia Karsten
Dave Kaube
Judy Kawaja
Ruth Kazdan
Betty Kellow
Maggie Kendall
Janice Kerr
Denise Kilshaw
Leola Knight
Lorraine Koren &
Michael Moriarity
Patricia & John Korenic
Corry Koster
Al Kucher
Denise & Roger Lagasse
Lucie Lalumiere
Burton Lancaster
James Langley
James H. Laycraft
Tony Leslie
Dr. James Lewis
Lise Loubert
Patricia & Munro Mabey
Connie MacKenzie
Gael MacLean
Eleanor Mae & Eric Zasburg
Mail-o-Matic
Sheila Malcolmson
Kathryn Manry
Michel Marenger
Christine Mauro
Barbara McAlpine
Clare McDuff
Nancy McDuffe
Peter & Maureen McIntyre
Jean McKinley
Marilyn & John McVicar
Linda Medland
Susan Menning
Gabriela Menyhart
Helen Miller
Suveera Minhas
Devin Mittertreiner
Carol Mooney
Erin and Noah Morantz
Linda Morgan
Betsy Morrow
Harold Murray
Molly & Andrew Murray
Stacey Narrowmore
Mary Jane Nehring
Dr. Franzi Ng
Janet Nicol
Mumtaz Noormohamed
Joan & David Norris
Wendy Northcut
Nora Osborne
Margaret Ostrowski
Cora-Lee Parent
William Patterson
Paul Penner
Elizabeth Grace Pettit
Stephen Piernitzki
Gerry W. Piro
Susan Power
Colin Race
Angie Radford
Janice Ramsay
Barbara Raphael
Mary Raphael
Susan Raposo
Nancy & David Raven
Renee Rees
Susan Reid
Wolfgang Riedel
Donald Brian Roberts
Mindy & Murray Robinson
Suzanne & Gunther Rohn
David Rosentzveig
Charlotte A. Ross
Stephen Ross
Eleanor Routley
Dr. M. Ruthnum Inc.
Dr. N.E. Saheb
Karen Sanchuk
SAS Construction
Gunvant Shah
Clara Shamanski
Stella Shanks
Celeste Shannte
Bill Sheridan
SEVA CANADA ANNUAL REPORT 2008-2009
Catherine Simpson
Mary Simpson
Bruce & Joanne Sinclair
Lorea & Hale Sinclare
Howard & Alanna Slang
Jane Slingsby
Francine Guerrette Smith
Jane Smith
Janet Smith
Marg Smith
Kristin Sonstebo &
Ron McMurtrie
Margaret & Robert Sorochan
Yves-Marie Soucy
Heather Specken
Laura Steiman
Mark Stenning &
Patricia Hepper
Lin Stevens
Wendy Strachan
Elaine & Roderick Stutt
Georgia & Brian Summer
Ann Swindlehurst
Irene Tassie
Elizabeth A. Taylor
Ezat Tehrani
Jessie Thompson
Deryck Thomson
Grace Ellen Tickson
Eva Ticktin
Gail Tiefenbach
Norma Turnbull
Doreen Veach
Barbara Veale
Salima Velji
Creative Carpentry Adam Edward Velsen
Lorena Vicente
Helen & Peter Vyvadil
Alan & Elizabeth Wacowich
Alison Walker
Michael Ward
Christina Watts
Janice Webb
Suzanne & John Webster
Dorcas & Dr. Raymond Wehner
Carol Weinmeyer
Marsha Weisfeld
Melissa Wheaton
Donna Wheeler
Anne & Peter White
Sonya White
Susan White
Mary Whitley
Josette Wier
Steven Wilson
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SEVA DONORS
Jennifer Wolfe
Randy Wolfert
Dennis N. Wong
Barbara Woodstock
Diane Young
Thelma & Ronald Young
Carol & Rinaldo Zanette
Monika Ziegler
$10 TO $49
Anonymous (23)
Louise Allix
Wendy & Michael Amrhein
Jutta Toni Arenda
Mary Armstead
Jane Bailey
Bank of Nova Scotia
Arthur & Pauline Barker
Ruth Beck
Frances Becker
Gelda Bell
Keith Benson
Robert Boelens
Alison & John Bolton
Gary Bouwman
Dirk & Eveline Boysen
May Brenner
Irene Bresolin
Ingrid & Tom Brown
Mary Jane Brown
Monica Brown
Harjit Budial
Jennifer Button
Katherine Chapman
Judy Chrastina
Marion Clapham
Pauline Clark
Lorna Cliffe
Diane & Leagh Colins
John D. Cooper
Dianne Crosbie
Nina Cross
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Dora M. Davies
Mary Dyck
Elsea Plumbing
Julie Emerson
Karen Erickson & Rob Grant
Marc Fairgray
Jennifer Feddersen
Gregory A Freeman
Maureen Freeman
Tammy Frislev
Petr Fuxa
Susanne Galloway
Susan Gardner
Cheryl Garner
Delilla Gilbert
Danielle Girard
Janet Goforth
Bonnie Goss
Ute Gust
Johannes Halbertsma
Richard & Eleanor Hamilton
Melissa Harvey
Sylvia Haynes
Kathleen Hazen
Sylvia Holland
Femmeke & Albert Holthuis
Marie Hugh
Don & Violet Husvik
Linelle & Wessel Ingram
Susan Issenman
J.A. Jemson
Neil Jure
Joan & Donald Kalmokoff
Linnet Kartar
Julianne Kasmer
Roger Kayo
Ketchum Canada Inc.
Jan & Doug Kilburn
Jill M. Kimmel
William Knight
Monika Koernig
Herta Kubela
Tony Kuczma
Helene Lafontaine
Janice Lake
Janet Lalogeholme
Theresa Lannan
Mary Laplante
Ilse & Erwin Laudien
Mia Lee
Juanita & Mike Lepage
Sarah L'Estrange
Anna Leszczynski
Noel Lewis-Watts
Julia & Sammy Lim
Anne MaClean
Judith & Richard Marcuse
Herbert Massek
Heidi Matter
Debra McLean
Ellen & Terry Mensing
Lola Merenda
Gina & Larry Mermelstein
Lesly Merrill
Maureen Messerli
Susana Michaelis
Laurel Miles
Sharon Miller
Edith Milne
Maria & Antonio Moniz
Margaret Moon
Morden Collegiate HASTA
Marilyn Nash
Michael Nimz
Elisabeth Nurisso
John Ombodhi
Mary On
Irina Oobik
Jasmine Pahl
Daphne Paterson
Theresa Paterson
Christine Patterson
Sandy Penker
Alisa Posesorski
Cathleen Quinlan
Susan Anne Rance
Eva Richardson
Karen Robinson
David Rookyard
Jenny Sandy
Jean-Paul Sarda
Elizabeth F. Schenk
Carrie Scott
Dr. Krista Scott
Cheryl & Jeffrey Shillington
Jean Sims
Janice Smithaniuk
Joan Smith-Walsh
Janis Soparlo
Francie & Shimon Steen
Brigitte Steiner
Noel Stone
Cal Sutela
Gerry Takeuchi
Naomi Tasaka
Barbara Taylor
Anne Thomas
Lesley Thomson
Betty J. Tillotson
Mary & Gordon Toombs
Debbie Tratechaud
Heidi Turpin
Judith & Ludwik Turzanski
Susan vanGurp
Anneke & Peter Vankerkoerle
James Chester Volen
Patricia Wallace
Michele & Richard Weighill
Barbara Whittle
Frank Winstan
Gwendolyn C. Winter
Phyllis & George Wood
Wool & Wicker Sales Ltd
Diane Yip
Sharon Yuen
SEVA CANADA ANNUAL REPORT 2008-2009
SEVA BOARD OF DIRECTORS, HONOURARY PATRONS AND STAFF
CHAIR OF THE BOARD
David Hardouin
BOARD MEMBERS
Ken Bassett, M.D.
Susan Erdmann
Melle Huizinga
Ian McLennan
Michel Maurer
Nancy Mortifee
Peter Nash, M.D.
Abdul Pirbhai
John Pratt-Johnson, M.D.
Martin Spencer, M.D.
Tom Voss
Linda Young
HONOURARY PATRONS
The Honourable Lloyd Axworthy PC, OM, PhD
The Honourable Steven L. Point, OBC
The Honourable Patrick Reid OC
STAFF
Penny Lyons, Executive Director
Annie Chen, Office Manager (to Dec 2008)
Roger Kayo, Office Manager (from Dec 2008)
Paula Ford, Products Manager
Heather Wardle, Development Director
Seva Board Members (left to right): Abdul Pirbhai, Michel Maurer, Susan Erdmann, Linda
Young, Dr. John Pratt-Johnson, David Hardouin (Chair), Dr. Peter Nash, Nancy Mortifee, Dr.
Ken Bassett, Dr. Martin Spencer, Penny Lyons (Executive Director) and Ian McLennan.
Missing: Melle Huizinga, Tom Voss
Seva Canada is extremely grateful to the wonderful photographers who donate their work. Cover image and page 27 by Jon
Kaplan , Brian Harris (page 2), Visualiza (page 4), KCCO (page 5), Heather Wardle (page 18) and Johannes Burge (page 21).
SEVA CANADA SOCIETY
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