Grayson Alexander Fanwood, New Jersey In Memory of Ted Himlan
John Andres Whitby, Ontario
Suzette Benson Jamestown, New York In Memory of Jerry DeLong
David T. Brown Central Point, Oregon In Memory of Carol Shipman
Irene Cassar Toronto, Ontario In Memory of Emily Elizabeth Upward and Gabriel Antonio De Sousa
James Chater Le Mans, France
Rev. Dr. Timothy and Ruth Connor London, Ontario
Garrison Copeland Des Moines, Iowa
Gerry Crete Atlanta, Georgia In Memory of Jeff Evans
Yvette Cuny Sacramento, California In Memory of Charles Cuny, Sr.
William D. Tampa, Florida
Harry D’Agostino Lagrangeville, New York In Memory of Grace D’Agostino
Priest James Graham Sacramento, California
David and Sarah Habersberger Columbia, South Carolina In Memory of Patricia Heriot
Charles Hayter Toronto, Ontario
Liz Jackson Toronto, Ontario
Ioanna Karounos Toronto, Ontario In Memory of John Keast and Katherine James-Keast
Theodoros Lambros Sydney, Australia
Yossi Lopez-Hineynu Chicago, Illinois
Carolyn Mackie Vancouver Island, British Columbia
Andrew Matthews Toronto, Ontario
Giacomo Sanfilippo Toronto, Ontario In Memory of Joseph SanFilippo, Eugenia Turiansky SanFilippo, and Paul Edward SanFilippo
George Skok Toronto, Ontario In Memory of Walter Skok
Bernie Stuckey Indianapolis, Indiana
Nick Xylas Bristol, United Kingdom
Anonymous Bridgeport, Connecticut
Anonymous Dumfries, Scotland In Memory of P.R.
Anonymous Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Anonymous Hazleton, Pennsylvania In Memory of Jesse Alexander Johnson
Anonymous Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Anonymous Toronto, Ontario
Anonymous Toronto, Ontario
Anonymous Toronto, Ontario In Memory of L.
Anonymous Turku, Finland
Anonymous Washington State, USA
As we journey to Bethlehem this Nativity Fast, please consider including the hungry and the homeless in your budget for Christmas gifts, decorations, new clothes, parties, and elegant meals.
On Christmas Eve, we will walk the streets of downtown Toronto delivering cash into the hands of our shivering brothers and sisters who wonder if they can afford a cup of coffee to celebrate the birth of Christ.
Since Christmas 2017, Orthodoxy in Dialogue has given tens of thousands of dollars on the streets of Toronto on Christmas, Pascha, and other times of the year—all provided by you, our faithful readers and lovers of Christ. Some years, we collect enough to give everyone $40. One year, we were able to give each person $100. We wish you could be with us to see their faces awash with tears of joy and gratitude, and to experience with us the rush of divine grace from on high as we encounter our newborn God and Saviour over and over again on our frozen sidewalks, who Himself had no home in which to enter the world and be born. Let’s strive together to make this our best year ever.
Send you contribution, whether large or small, to email@example.com via PayPal. In your message, include your name, place of residence, and—if you wish—the name(s) of the person(s) in whose memory you make your offering. Check back often to see our total collections rise over the next six weeks. Donors’ names and our running total will be updated daily at the top of this post. Please also share this post widely on social media.
Send your offering as a gift, not as payment for a purchase.
Please pray with us that our merciful Lord, who comes to be born of the Virgin, grant success to our project.
We wish you a holy and spiritually fruitful Nativity Fast.