Welcome to the official website for ANGEL FREEDMAN!
Angel is a registered social worker, individual, couple and group counsellor specializing in separation and divorce. Angel is a parenting educator and celebrated public speaker. Follow her daily BLOG called "Angel's BLOG
Separation & Divorce Self-Help Group
This meeting of the Separation & Divorce Self-Help Group is focused on helping and supporting individuals who are going through separation and divorce.
Couples & Marriage Maintenance Workshops
Couples and Married people want to stay together. They want to be happy, in love, be accepting of each other, support each other emotionally, and have a wondrous and intimate sex life.
Are you looking for a calmer home? Do you have everyday parenting issues? Are you feeling you have no resources or person to turn to? Let me show you ways to create a very happy and well run home.
Keep informed by following my blog where you can get the latest events & news.
After reading an article in the Toronto NOW Magazine regarding the clothing drop off boxes in Toronto, Angel Freedman came to realize the clothes that were being donated were being sold to local shelters. She started to tell others of her findings.
Here in Richmond Hill there were many clothing drop boxes and she thought she could somehow collect the clothing and household items and take them to the shelters directly. The shelters would not have to pay for the clothing that the general public was "giving away". The public often did not know that the shelters were paying for their generous donations.
The founder of the Richmond Hill Women’s Networking Association, Josephine Vaccaro-Chang, has handed leadership of the Association over to Miss Angel Freedman, effective immediately. The Association has a strong membership and Miss Freedman looks forward to getting started.
The first meeting of the year is on Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the York Regional Police Station, Community Room, 171 Major Mackenzie Drive, Richmond Hill, ON.
Miss Freedman brings her expansive business experience, marketing skills, community engagement and social work background to the group.
Miss freedman looks forward to her new role as President of the Richmond Hill Women's Networking Association, "Where York Region's Business Women Gather in Richmond Hill". At this time we want to thank Josephine Vaccaro–Chang for making Richmond Hill a better place to live, work and play! We wish you great success in your future endeavours. If you want to learn more about the Richmond Hill Women's Networking Association and how to RSVP for this very important first meeting, please contact Miss Angel Freedman via email
or call 905-780-8119.