On September 14th 2019, Mr. Ricaardoe Di Done was recognized by R.F.O.H.M (Regroupement des Femmes d’Origine Haitienne de la Montérégie) for his tireless efforts in making the world a better place for our children.
2019 Children Now Summer Camps
at Camp Keno
2019 Children Now Summer Camps
at Camp Papillon
Children Now organized 4 summer camp groups at Camp Keno and Camp Papillon for children from underprivileged homes. They were provided with many items such as beach towels, pillows, sleeping bags etc. Aside from the provision of items, they were taught about leadership, bullying, and the good values of life. They also participated in many activities such as swimming, ziplining, and so much more. It was a time filled with love, happiness and great memories.
Children Now would like to say a big Thank You to the volunteers and workers who helped put this event together. We would also like to appreciate all of our supporters who have donated towards the organization of these summer camps. Thank you for helping us put a smile on so many faces.
Watch our video of the event.
• Short version
• Long version.
What a wonderful occasion to honor all of those who have helped made a difference in this world, through their many contributions to the organization.
Thank you, and may you all have many happy returns.
In this last video of a serie of 6, Ricaardoe Di Done interviews Dr. Nicole Audet on what is THC and what are its effects.
The 2019 Edition of Children Now‘s Snow Camp were held on February 11, 12, and 13 for Montreal’s children, and February 26, 27, and 28 for Quebec’s Children.
The snow camps for children aged between 10 and 12 years old from low income families, enabled them to experience an unforgettable winter vacation, and much more.
It is a surreal experience for children to have the opportunity take a few days away from their daily lives, to spend time in nature and to participate in inspiring activities.
This video will give you an idea of the happy moments the children experienced.
Quebec, Monday April 15, 2019 and Montreal, Thursday April 18, 2019 – Children Now presented two beautiful Easter Parties for children coming from low income families. A total of 700 children aged 4 to 6 years old, from the Greater regions of Montreal and Quebec, had lived magical moments at the Holiday Inn Montreal Airport Hotel and the Quebec Delta Hotel.
This video will give you an overview of the happy moments that those children experienced during Children Now’s Easter parties!
During this banquet, Philip and Bernice Shaposnick, as well as Brigitte Jalbert, were honored. Luciano Bentenuto seized the opportunity to underline the 35 years of unconditional commitment of Ricaardoe Di Done for the love and the betterment of our children.
In this conference, Professor *Nicholas Bala, LL.M., who teaches at Queen’s University in the Faculty of Law, instructs us about the emotional harm to children which derives from high conflict separations and about the challenges that it implies for professionals, agencies and courts.
The International Symposium of Children Now regrouped numerous experts in family mediation through whom we had the chance to hear different conferences pertinent to how to deal with high conflict family situations.
*To learn more about Nicholas Bala please consult the Principles and Recommendations of the Children Now 2018 International Symposium
In this 5th video, Ricaardoe DiDone continues his interview with Luciano Bentenuto, this time about Education and Prevention for youth.
How much has been done on educating children about the effects of cannabis? Are schools involved in a class to teach the rights and wrongs about it? Are campaigns being held to involve parents on how to discuss cannabis to their children? What should be the next step for the youth?
These are some of the questions our specialist discusses in this video.
In this 5th video, Ricaardoe Di Done continues the interview with Dr. Nicole Audet, who explains how to put your critical thinking to the test and what are the step by step guidelines to take in order to know what to do about cannabis.