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International Teams Canada is a Christian mission organization dedicated to helping churches meet the physical and spiritual needs of widows, orphans, and refugees.

Who are you and how can we help?

We're a church wanting to help the poor.

Helping churches help the poor” is more than just our slogan, it’s our mission. We can work with you to serve more effectively, whether locally or internationally.

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I'm an individual looking to volunteer.

We couldn’t do what we do without volunteers like you! We have a wide variety of opportunities to match just about any skill set or time commitment.

Find out more about: Opportunities for Individuals or Short Term Teams

I would like to make a donation.

Thank you for your interest in donating! Financial gifts of any size help us provide life’s necessities to widows, orphans, and refugees around the world.


iTeams Canada News & Updates

Creating a Safe Space for Women’s Ministry in Iraq

Posted on Apr 8th, 2014

Over the past decade, the church in Iraq has gone through a very difficult and tumultuous time. They have faced persecution and economic hardships which have threatened the very existence of the church. In this kind of setting it is very important…

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Kenyan Schools Celebrate Exciting Milestones

Posted on Apr 8th, 2014

After a short visit with his supporters in Canada and the United States, Pastor Wachira Ngamau, founder of Pan-African Christian Exchange (PACE), shared that he was excited to return to Kenya to welcome back the PACE High School students who will be…

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SMART Kids Empowers & Educates Teen Moms

Posted on Apr 7th, 2014

Teen mothers living in squatter communities in Manila, Philippines can face some very difficult challenges. Some have been raised in broken homes and come from generations of poverty, substance abuse, and physical/sexual abuse. Many also haven't…

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Conflict on the Ground in South Sudan

Posted on Feb 16th, 2014

On December 15, 2013, horrifying violence broke out in Juba, the capital of South Sudan. Although a ceasefire has been signed, the fighting has not stopped and the aftermath is feared to bring long-term animosity between different tribal groups. The…

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