Helping Newcomers to Build A Life
Multicultural Association of Perth Huron
A Message From Our Founder
Newcomers to Huron and Perth Counties enrich their communities by teaching us about the world we live in, and reminding us that even though we may be different, we are all the same.” – Dr. Gezahgn Wordofa, founder and President, the Multicultural Association of Perth-Huron Helping newcomers feel at home is what the Multicultural Association of Perth-Huron is all about. Immigrants to Canada, newcomers from other provinces, and isolated foreign and Canadian migrants will all find a warm welcome, information, and support at the Multicultural Association office in Stratford, Ontario. Founded in 2011 Sep 20 by Dr. Gezahgn Wordofa, the Multicultural Association of Perth-Huron (MAPH) assists newcomers in Perth and Huron Counties to adjust to life in their new communities by providing services throughout the two counties.
Thank you so much.
-Dr. Gezahgn Wordofa
MAPH In The News
Multicultural association requests community support for incoming Ukrainian refugees
The Multicultural Association of Perth Huron is asking for community support as it prepares to welcome Ukrainian refugees to the Huron-Perth region who have been displaced by the ongoing Russian invasion of their country.
Multicultural association receives designation as registered charity
Volunteers and board members with the Multicultural Association of Perth Huron are celebrating the organization's recent designation as a registered charity.
Multicultural association launches computer program for newcomers, people in need
Stratford and area newcomers and people in need can now access online information and services and computer-skills training at the Multicultural Association of Perth Huron's Stratford office in the Falstaff Family Centre.
PPE donations help multicultural association volunteers deliver food and supplies to area residents with COVID-19
Thanks to a recent donation of surgical gowns and face shields from two London-based companies, volunteers with the Multicultural Association of Perth Huron can now safely deliver groceries and supplies to area residents who have tested positive for COVID-19.