HOA Empowers Immigrants in Alberta and Less Privileged Children and families in Burundi

  • Annual Fundraising Dinner and Silent Auction Event June 2014

    Annual Fundraising Dinner and Silent Auction Event June 2014

  • Inyambo Club of Alberta, a Burundian Traditional dance club

    Inyambo Club of Alberta, a Burundian Traditional dance club

  • View of participants at Annual General Meeting 2014

    View of participants at Annual General Meeting 2014

  • View of participants at Annual General Meeting 2016

    View of participants at Annual General Meeting 2016

  • Prize draw at Annual General Meeting 2016

    Prize draw at Annual General Meeting 2016

  • President’s Report at Annual General Meeting 2016

    President’s Report at Annual General Meeting 2016

  • The future is bright thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, volunteers and partners

    The future is bright thanks to the generous support of our sponsors, volunteers and partners

Help One Another Canada Foundation (HOA) is unique!

HOA is officially bilingual. We provide services in both official languages English and French. However, due to our clients’ cultural and language diversity, some services will be offered in over 50 foreign languages thanks to a solid partnership with Cultural Interpretation Services for Our Communities.

Our team is a mix of seasoned and successful professionals and youngsters from different cultures and backgrounds. We all share a strong passion for helping newcomers and immigrants succeed.

Building the new generation of immigrant leaders. Immigrant youth hold a special place in Help One Another Canada’s strategic vision. The Immigrant Youth Opportunities Program (IYOP) will teach youth between 7 and 20 years key marketable skills to succeed in today’s challenging economy. We strongly believe that immigrant youth will benefit for learning money management, insurance, business, leadership, innovation, diversity and volunteerism at a young age.

We are able to put ourselves in the shoes of our immigrant clients. In addition to the extensive experience of helping immigrants from the four corners of the world for a decade, most of us are successful immigrants, Albertans and Canadians bring a touch of diversity to help our clients learn customs and etiquette.

We have an extensive network of like-minded professionals, entrepreneurs and organizations; so referral whenever we can’t help directly is a Motto.

We warmly welcome you to join one or more of our programs

Language and Communications Program (LACOP)
Immigrant Youth Opportunities Program (IYOP)
Immigrant Women Entrepreneurs Opportunities Program (IWEOP)
Certification
Training
Education, Trades & Entrepreneurship in Burundi, Africa

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Sponsored Student Graduates

Congratulations to our sponsored student Claudine for graduating High School and succeeding the National Test with Distinction. Keep up the great work Claudine.

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Flour Mill Project

Help One Another Canada Foundation is proud to present our successful partners, the association Dukingiribidukikije birama (Protect Environment Sustainably). They have successfully managed the Flour Mill Project and reimbursed the micro-loan from Help One Another Canada Foundation long before the agreed loan term. They have been awarded certificates in recognition of their excellent work.

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Sponsored Children

Sponsored children have worked hard and succeeded the last school year despite the difficult working conditions: walking long distance to get to school, reviewing their notes in the dark due to lack of electricity, etc. Those who have been among the top 10 at their respective schools have received a certificate.

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