FAMILY LIFE

Activities that promote women’s talents in family life and the home

WHAT WE DO  > FAMILY LIFE

PEV organizes activities that provide both theoretical and practical support for married and single women who find happiness in noble ideals and untiring service that comes from day to day family life.

Awesomeness of Marriage

An opportunity for married, engaged and dating couples  to learn from the wisdom and experience of couples who have discovered the secrets of finding the awesomeness in the everyday joys and challenges of marriage, while enjoying dinner in the company of friends, old and new.         

Activites/Events

FEBRUARY 27, 2021 | 7:30 - 9:00pm |               FOR COUPLES

The Awesomeness of Marriage

Virtual Event

Previous Activities/Events

OCTOBER 17.  2020 

Put Your Best Foot Forward

JULY 13,  2020 |  8 PM

Key Elements to a Lasting Marriage

Many women who have discovered and developed their potential through PEV have taken their contribution to the next level by organizing clubs in their own communities, helping girls to reach their full potential also.

 

Girls clubs foster an environment of fun and confidence, where girls can cultivate character, develop leadership skills, and grow in friendship. The essential components of these clubs are true friendship, personal mentorship, community outreach, and the importance of family. Through a variety of cultural, educational, active, and service oriented activities the clubs help ignite each girl’s desire to make a positive difference in the world wherever they are.

 

To check out the available girls’ clubs go the Blossom Girls Clubs Network using the link below.”

OTHER RESOURCES

Family Enrichment – fetoronto.ca  

Prom-Edu-Val Society is committed to providing a safe environment for all participants in our activities and programs.


If you have questions about our safety policies or have a particular safety issue that you would like to bring to our attention, please contact us at [email protected]. If you do not feel comfortable speaking with a member of the PEV Management team, you can contact your local police or child protective services. If a minor is at risk, call 911.