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Catholic, Jewish, Muslim students volunteer together in DTES

Some 90 students from three Vancouver faith-based schools handed out food, hope and donations in the Downtown Eastside community.

90 students from 3 faith-based schools hand out food, donations

Vancouver faith-based schools volunteer in DTES 5:15

It's one of those rare school projects that really has the potential to make a difference — 90 students from three Vancouver faith-based schools handed out food, hope and donations in the DTES community.

It's an opportunity for the Catholic, Muslim and Jewish students to not only help those in the community that need it, but also learn more about each other along the way. 

Watch the video: Keeping the faith.


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