The Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign is an initiative of theStephen Lewis Foundation.
Victoria Grandmothers for Africa‘s 14th annual Cycle Tour

Almost 70 women from across Vancouver Island, aged between 62 and 86, are taking part in the Cycle Tour. Unable to ride as a group from Campbell River to Victoria as usual, they are logging their kilometers as they ride independently, on conventional bicycles, e-bikes, and even stationary bikes at home. Their ambitious goal is to cover, between them, 18,107 kilometers, a virtual route that will link 15 countries and most of the Foundation’s 325 community based organizations. Our riders have joined Team 6, and are riding from Mbabane, Eswatini to Cape Town, South Africa, a distance of about 3000 kilometers.

Our riders are: Bette Axani, Joanne Crawford, Ann Greenaway, Silvia D'Arcangelo, Barb Fudge, Kerry Wiens and Carol Sharpe from the Glacier Grannies and Sue Taylor and Janet Bjarnason from the Merville Grand Mothers

Pledges to the Cycle Tour can be made by clicking here: You can pledge to the entire Cycle Tour or to an individual rider by clicking on their name.

Weekly pieces with stories from Foundation-supported initiatives will be posted on the Victoria Grandmothers for Africa website, and their Facebook page.

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Art From the Attic

The Glacier Grannies have made the decision to postpone Art From The Attic until a later date.

Victoria Grandmothers for Africa‘s 14th annual Cycle Tour

Almost 70 women from across Vancouver Island, aged between 62 and 86, are taking part in the Cycle Tour. Unable to ride as a group from Campbell River to Victoria as usual, they are logging their kilometers as they ride independently, on conventional bicycles, e-bikes, and even stationary bikes at home. Their ambitious goal is to cover, between them, 18,107 kilometers, a virtual route that will link 15 countries and most of the Foundation’s 325 community based organizations. Our riders have joined Team 6, and are riding from Mbabane, Eswatini to Cape Town, South Africa, a distance of about 3000 kilometers.

Our riders are: Bette Axani, Joanne Crawford, Ann Greenaway, Silvia D'Arcangelo, Barb Fudge, Kerry Wiens and Carol Sharpe from the Glacier Grannies and Sue Taylor and Janet Bjarnason from the Merville Grand Mothers

Pledges to the Cycle Tour can be made by clicking here: You can pledge to the entire Cycle Tour or to an individual rider by clicking on their name.

Weekly pieces with stories from Foundation-supported initiatives will be posted on the Victoria Grandmothers for Africa website, and their Facebook page.

  • Pic[a] Pic[a]
Art From the Attic

The Glacier Grannies have made the decision to postpone Art From The Attic until a later date.

Victoria Grandmothers for Africa‘s 14th annual Cycle Tour

Almost 70 women from across Vancouver Island, aged between 62 and 86, are taking part in the Cycle Tour. Unable to ride as a group from Campbell River to Victoria as usual, they are logging their kilometers as they ride independently, on conventional bicycles, e-bikes, and even stationary bikes at home. Their ambitious goal is to cover, between them, 18,107 kilometers, a virtual route that will link 15 countries and most of the Foundation’s 325 community based organizations. Our riders have joined Team 6, and are riding from Mbabane, Eswatini to Cape Town, South Africa, a distance of about 3000 kilometers.

Our riders are: Bette Axani, Joanne Crawford, Ann Greenaway, Silvia D'Arcangelo, Barb Fudge, Kerry Wiens and Carol Sharpe from the Glacier Grannies and Sue Taylor and Janet Bjarnason from the Merville Grand Mothers

Pledges to the Cycle Tour can be made by clicking here: You can pledge to the entire Cycle Tour or to an individual rider by clicking on their name.

Weekly pieces with stories from Foundation-supported initiatives will be posted on the Victoria Grandmothers for Africa website, and their Facebook page.

  • Pic[a] Pic[a]
Art From the Attic

The Glacier Grannies have made the decision to postpone Art From The Attic until a later date.

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Upcoming Meetings

Held at Comox United Church, 250 Beach Drive, Comox 1:30 PM

— 2020 —

Meetings postponed until further notice



Glacier Grannies meetings are a time for the entire membership to get together to celebrate successes, plan upcoming projects, learn about the work of the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign, and enjoy friendship and refreshments.


Join Us

african dinner

You are welcome to come to a meeting to find out more about us.

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Would you like to be informed of our upcoming events? Please send us a note by clicking on Contact Us and completing and submitting the form. You will be reached by email only.


Upcoming Meetings

Held at Comox United Church, 250 Beach Drive, Comox 1:30 PM


— 2020 —

Meetings postponed until further notice



Glacier Grannies meetings are a time for the entire membership to get together to celebrate successes, plan upcoming projects, learn about the work of the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign, and enjoy friendship and refreshments.

      Please  Join  Us

african dinner

You are welcome to come to a meeting to find out more about us.

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