Karim Chagani of Vancouver (Canada) recognized for his volunteer work

National Volunteer Week takes place from April 24 to 30 and provides an opportunity to pay tribute to Canada’s 24 million volunteers. This year’s theme is “Volunteering Is Empathy in Action.”

Image: BC Care Providers

Karim Chagani of Vancouver is one of several volunteers recognized in British Columbia (BC), Canada for his volunteer work.

Over the last eight years, Karim Chagani has provided social and individual services to older adults at Cascade Gardens Seniors Community in Burnaby. He has worked closely with management and staff, providing voluntary services every day for three hours throughout the year. This included brining specialty cultural foods and using technology devices to enable older adults to connect with their loved ones. Karim is very dedicated and committed. He has tremendous capacity to understand human health, fairness, social equity and appreciating cultural differences. These values are reflected in his volunteer services,” says Al Jina, President, Park Place Seniors Living.

Chagani with volunteers and seniors in courtyard of Ismaili Centre Burnaby, Canada. Image provided by contributor

More at source: BC Care Providers Association

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Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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