13th National Conference
Windsor, Ontario, Canada
|Perhaps the most touching talk
was by Frank Chauvin, a former policeman
from Windsor who has become world famous
for his volunteer work with orphanages.
Mr. Chauvin single-handedly founded an
orphanage for girls in Haiti, and went on
to found several more there and in other
countries of the world. He has received
the Order of Canada and numerous other
awards for his charitable work. Chauvin
had nine children himself, and worked at
two jobs to bring them up. And on top of
that his family took in a dozen other
unwanted children from many parts of the
world, as well as raising the money and
administering his world-wide string of
orphanages. His great exploits reminded
us all of the powerful changes that can
be made in this world by even one person
with determination, good will and goals.
Canadian National Council
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