INF Canada

INF Canada empowers Nepal’s poorest people through life-changing health and community development work that is distinctively shaped by INF’s Christian identity and values.

News from INF Canada

The INF Canada Board agreed on April 22, 2017 to transfer a grant of upwards of 70 thousand dollars to contribute to the Grace Project in Western Nepal, a multifaceted approach to impact individuals with disabilities who were affected by the 2015 earthquake.

In this empowering project, INF Canada in collaboration with INF Nepal hopes to contribute to infrastructure development, volunteer capacity building, micro financing, education, and support for complex medical needs.

The official agreement was recently signed in Pokhara, as seen in this photo with Dr. Ganga (Prem) Subedi, INF Nepal Executive Director and Mr. Alastair Seaman, INF International Director.

 

INF’s helping hands in times of need – We Are Responding

INF Nepal, in collaboration with the team of four other organisations -…

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Struggle of a single woman during the current COVID crisis

Fifty-one year’s Bina* had to go through her worst fears as the…

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Supports to the fire affected people and people with disability

Last week, INF Nepal, in collaboration with Asal Chhimeki Nepal and the…

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A Renewed Life …

For years, Sabitri* endured the pain of obstetric fistula without any medical…

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What we do

Prayer

For regular prayer updates

Fund raising

We mobilise funding from individuals, churches, foundations and partner organisations in Canada to resource our life-changing work in Nepal. Our official registrations in Canada allows us to offer tax deductible giving.

Contact our Donor Team in Nepal or

Expertise

We work with experienced partners in Canada to recruit servant-hearted and qualified professional volunteers to support INF’s work in Nepal. Find out more about current service opportunities here.

Diaspora

We try to help new Nepali and Bhutanese migrants and immigrants connect with their new communities. To find out more contact Min Thapa.

How you can help

We need you! The work of INF Canada is carried out by a team of volunteers with administrative and logistical support from INF’s Kathmandu office. We are actively looking and praying for volunteers in Canada to join our team, including:

  • Committed individual with financial expertise to serve on the board as treasurer
  • Communicators who are excited to tell the stories of what God is doing in INF and Nepal; online, through social media and to groups and individuals
  • Prayer mobilizers
  • Networkers who can help us connect with people who’d love to know about and support our work
  • Strategic thinkers, organizers and administrators

If you are interested in any of these roles or are simply excited by the vision but not sure yet how you can help then we’d love to hear from you! Please get in touch.

INF Canada works with the following partner missions in Canada:
INF Canada board members:
Alastair Seaman - Interim Chairperson
 

Alastair lived and worked in Nepal with his family for a number of years, supporting INF’s community work. He has experience in the business, non-profit, education and environmental sectors and in his spare time loves mountains, forests and any excuse to be outdoors.

 

Bob McLeod
 

After serving in missions as a ‘visual communicator’ (video & multi-media) for 23 years globally, Bob and his wife Gail settled in Nepal in 2008 where they became INF Associate members. For the next 8 years Bob produced training development material for the Nepali church. Now based in Canada, Bob still works internationally with Media Matters Ministries.

 

Indu Shah

Indu is a community development professional who has worked with INF Nepal in Nepalgunj and United Mission to Nepal [UMN]. She moved from Nepal to Canada in 2011, completed her studies in International Development in Toronto, and is working for a local NGO called Alzheimer Society of Toronto. She lives in Toronto with her husband and son.

Carol Scovil

 

Carol worked with INF as a rehabilitation engineer at Green Pastures Hospital in 2008-2009, helping find more appropriate wheelchair options for Nepal’s rugged terrain. Since then, she has returned with several short-term medical teams to continue to support rehabilitation in Nepal. She currently works in the Assistive Technology Clinic at Toronto Rehab’s Spinal Cord Rehabilitation Centre.

Arjun Pandey

 

Arjun is a construction/project management professional. He is currently living and working in Toronto, Canada. He has worked in United Nations Development Program [UNDP] projects as well as in United Mission to Nepal [UMN] in Nepal for several years in various capacities.

INF Canada

E-mail: caoffice@ca.inf.org
Canada Revenue Agency registration #BN824727978 RR0001
Postal address:

INF Canada
PO Box 91112
Royal Oak RPO
Calgary AB  T3G 5W6