Giving to Tyndale

The Multiplying Effect

Tyndale’s partners form a community of support across Canada. Your generosity enables students to enter into a way of life that seeks truth, excels professionally and serves passionately. The speech and actions of Tyndale alumni are shaped by the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Thanks to you, these women and men will bring hope and transformation to the places where they work, serve and live.

  Denise Gillard

Denise Gillard (BRS 1991) is founder and Executive Artistic Director of HopeWorks Connection and Director of Programming for Frontlines, organizations that are focused on meeting the needs of children in communities throughout the GTA.

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Denise Gillard
 

  Peter Ro

Peter Ro (MTS 2001), was swept up in a monsoon in his native Korea and almost drowned. Now he studies acid rain – which is not as immediately devastating but equally destructive. “Air pollution is more threatening than global warming,” says Peter, a senior scientist at Environment Canada for the last 25 years.

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Peter Ro
 

  Dwayne Cline

Dwayne Cline (MDiv 2009) is the lead pastor of Hughson Street Baptist Church in the north end of Hamilton, Ontario. In an area where fifty-five percent of the children live below the poverty line, the church’s food bank serves 150 people a month.

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Dwayne Cline
 

  Ian Bitton

After graduating from Tyndale’s BEd program, Ian Bitton (BEd 2011) moved to Nunavut with his wife Jenessa. She was hired by the City of Iqaluit, and he found a job teaching a grade 7 class. Life in the North is very different than Southern Ontario, especially when it comes to cultural values.

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Ian Bitton
 

  Rauni Salminen

Rauni Salminen (BRE 1994, MTS 2008) has been the Executive Director of the Philip Aziz Centre for Hospice Care for 16 years. The centre supports people who are dying at home, through the care of a chaplain and 150 trained and supported volunteers.

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Rauni Salminen