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COMPASSIONATE RESOURCES WAREHOUSE HELPS PEOPLE CLOSE TO HOME AND AROUND THE WORLD

It happens – you’re standing in line at security when you realize that you have a prohibited item in your carry-on baggage. You know you can’t take it with you on your flight, but have you ever wondered what happens to it when you leave it behind? Something wonderful.

Group Provides Assistance a World Away

Compassionate Resource Warehouse raises supplies for people in need around the globe.

Container bound for Iraq

Dell Marie Wergeland, director at Compassionate Resource Warehouse, and Graham Jackson of Youth With A Mission Victoria show off some of the supplies packed into the container behind them destined for Erbill in the Kurdish part of Iraq where they will aide refugees fleeing the fighting in Mosul.

Volunteers shipping container of goods to Iraq
- By KENDRA WONG Saanich News, December 23, 2016
 - http://www.bclocalnews.com/news/408056746.html?mobile=true
While most people will be wrapping presents in the days leading up to Christmas, local volunteers will be preparing a shipping container to send supplies to Iraq.
Hospital help trip to Ghana
- Peter Easthope - Island Tides Newspaper - June 30, 2016 edition - www.islandtides.com/assets/reprint/IslandTides_June30_16.pdf  page 5

On May 25, a seven-person team left Vancouver on a one month medical mission — destination: Ghana, western Africa.The south-west BC team, which was comprised of president of Compassionate Resource Warehouse (CRW) Dell Wergeland; president of Korle-Bu Neuroscience Foundation (KGNF) Marj Ratel, RN; Denise Stone, RN; Jocelyne Lapointe, MD; Karen Currie, RN; Danny Moe; and Pender Islands’ Peter Easthope.

Local Charity Sending Relief Supplies to Refugees in Lebanon and Jordan
Saanich News March 2016
 
Dell Marie Wergeland, president of the Compassionate Resource Warehouse, and a team of 125 volunteers filled a shipping container with relief items for more than 40,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon. The Saanich-based charity is currently collecting donations for a second container to be shipped to a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan in late March or early April.
Needed supplies set sail for Vanuatu
Oak Bay News May 2015
 
The Victoria Vanuatu Physician Project (ViVa), in conjunction with Disaster Aid Canada  and the Compassionate Resource Warehouse packed a shipping container to the brim with much-needed disaster relief – construction, medical, school, recreation and skill development supplies for the nation made up of 80 islands in the South Pacific in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam.
The Difference the Donated Items Make in Kagera, Tanzania

October 2014

 

Back Ground: In late October the truck loaded with the 40' container travelled from Dar es Salaam overland to Kagera. It was the rainy season, when narrow dirt roads become treacherous and the terrain difficult. A few kilometers from its destination in Muleba, the truck broke down with a wheel deeply mired in the sandy road. The contents were unloaded and hand carried by volunteers to safety in the nearby vocational school.

Letter of Appreciation to Compassionate Resource Warehouse

July 2013

 

Dear Dave,

Firstly on behalf of BMWEC and Hsa Thoo Lei, I would like to say special thank to you and Global Neighbor Foundation. In the following issue about inside Burma/Myanmar trip, I present short report in this letter. I have traveled to Hta Law village, Myawaddy Township......

Donating Desks to the Compassionate Resource Warehouse

​Shaw Cable May 2013

Elizabeth Buckley School is donating their desks to a school in Sudan. Shaw TV's Sucheta Singh is on location as these students drop their desks off at the Compassionate Resource Warehouse.

Love in a Really Big Box
The Light Magazine, April 2013

March was a good month for Compassionate Resource Warehouse in Victoria. The island-based
warehouse ministry sent its 350th shipping container overseas, this one bound for the Ukraine. A
typical 40-foot container, says President Dell Wergeland is “just jam-packed solid” with donated
items such as blankets, children’s toys and books, clothing, sewing machines and material, hand
tools and first aid kits.