SINCE THE LAUNCH OF BEYOND MILES IN 2006, SWB HAS RAISED AN IMPRESSIVE 12 MILLION AEROPLAN MILES AND FUELED OVER 50 PROJECTS, POSITIVELY IMPACTING 20,000+ PEOPLE IN 30+ COUNTRIES AROUND THE GLOBE. THE NUMBERS ONLY BEGIN TO TELL THE STORY.

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PROJECTS CURRENTLY IN FLIGHT

  • Foodscapes-Beyond-Miles

  • Foodscapes + Beyond Miles

    This is our friend Roger. He runs a project called Foodscapes in Guatamala, where he documents the route and stories of ingredients from seed to table. He then facilitates a community theatre process to share the impact of GMOs with the larger community.

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  • Thinking-Beyond-Miles

  • Thinking Rock + Beyond Miles

    Thinking Rock Community Arts is an organization in the Algoma District of Northern Ontario that uses story-telling, sharing circles and art-making, to share ways of knowing between indigenous and non-indigenous community members.

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  • Groundation-Beyond-Miles

  • Groundation Grenada + Beyond Miles

    Groundation Grenada hosts a cultural memory project, called Forgetting Is Not An Option, exploring the Grenada Revolution as an entry point to envision a new Caribbean. They ask: How do we capture, share and validate the vivid, contradictory and necessary hi(stories) of our people?

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EXPLORE WHAT OTHER #SWBEES ARE UP TO

PAST BEYOND MILES PROJECT EXAMPLES

  • Within Every Woman + Beyond Miles

    Within Every Woman is a Documentary film, which uncovers the truth about military sexual slavery during World War II in Asia. The victims, now “grandmothers”, have shared their vulnerable stories so that younger generations can learn from their experiences and ensure that similar atrocities can be prevented and avoided in the future.  With an expected release date of Winter 2014, the project has already reached thousands of students across Canada as well political leaders through the United Nations, Canadian Senate and US House of Representatives.

  • Safe Spaces + Beyond Miles

    Through the female-led Safe Spaces program in Kenya, a group of young women from Nairobi’s Eastland slums visited a sister organization in Ramotswa, Botswana to learn about their income generating community garden and catering program. They returned home to plant the seeds of these ideas with their own project, and shortly thereafter launched a community garden and restaurant of their own called, Safe Dishes